Consolidated High School District No. 230 is a highly rated, public school district located in Orland Park, IL. It has 7,621 students in grades 9-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 39% of students are at least proficient in math and 56% in reading.
Consolidated High School District No. 230 Rankings
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High Schools in Consolidated High School District No. 230
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- A+718 Students
- A-668 Students
- A-545 Students
- B-540 Students
- B+533 Students
- A-531 Students
- B329 Students
- A+319 Students
- A312 Students
- A+304 Students
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Consolidated High School District No. 230 Reviews
The schools in District 230 are great high schools to send your kids to. I attended all four years of high school at Victor J Andrew High School. During my time, I was able to make lifelong friendships, be challenged in my academics, and figure out what I wanted to be when I was all done with my schooling. The school spirit is off the charts and there is a large array of activities, sports, and clubs to be involved in. I personally did relay for life, the spring musicals, and drama club. The teachers there really want you to do well in all aspects of life. That is why my sophomore year they put in advisory time which is a time where students can get extra help in any school subject. This definitely helped academically but it also encouraged relationships between students and teachers. It is much easier to get through class when the teacher understands their students, especially because this is a school with much diversity.
They offered so many classes and extracurricular activities. There is really something for everyone to do! I was apart of multiple sport teams and clubs! All the teachers were there to see you succeed and would always teach you another way if you didn't understand it the first time. It was overall a great experience and I wouldn't go to any other high school but Carl Sandburg!
This district is a good academic school. Being a part of multiple clubs has helped with my experience. But the food in the cafeteria is meh at best. Also certain parts of the Andrew building are very drab and dreary. Very dark and not very welcoming. I remember my first time walking in and thinking I wanted to get out. Also some of the teachers at Andrew are terrible grades. What students in the Andrew building say about the teachers are "very good people, but not very good techers."