Consolidated High School District 230 15100 S 94th Ave, Orland Park, IL60462 The Consolidated High School District 230 oversees the policies and management of Carl Sandburg, Amos Alonzo Stagg and…More Victor J. Andrew High Schools. The three schools are attended by students living in Orland Park, Orland Hills, Tinley Park, Willow Springs, Bridgeview, Worth and Oak Forest, as well as Palos Park, Hills and Heights. District 230 is managed by a superintendent and three assistant superintendents, as well as a board of directors. While today the district serves about 73 square miles of towns and villages, it began with in 1919 with University of Chicago graduate Miss Dorothy Emily Davis. She created the first Orland High School, with one 13-student class who met in one room on the second floor of Orland Park's Old Village Hall.
Park School is one of the original schools that became District 135. The school stands in the same location as it did…More in 1922, when it was only a seven-room building. Before Carl Sandburg High School was built, extensions added onto the building allowed it to be used as a high school.
Today the "Home of the Panthers" serves students between Kindergarten and second grade living in northern and central areas of Orland Park. Sue Kuligoski serves as principal of the school. Students have access to basic classes in language arts, math and social studies as well as health, physical education, music, art and computer literacy through the school's media center.
Orland Junior High 14855 West Ave, Orland Park, IL60462 Orland Junior High School is a public school for students between sixth and eighth grade who live in the central and…More northwest areas of Orland Park. Linda Kane serves as principal with Pam Becker as assistant principal. Students at the "Home of the Eagles" have access to Spanish and German programs, English, math, social studies and science. An array of sports, academic and arts-related after-school activities are available, as well as computer literacy through the school's media center.
High Point Elementary School is a public school for students between third and fifth grades, living within central…More and west areas of Orland School District 135. Marianne Byrnes serves as principal and Nancy Stachura is the assistant principal.
Today's "Home of the Hornets" first opened in 1970 as part of the school district's expansion throughout that decade. High Point encourages students with basic English, math, science and social studies classes, but also with physical education, health, art and computer literacy.
Carl Sandburg High School is a public school for students from Orland Park, Orland Hills, Park Forest, Tinley Park…More and Palos Park. Part of District 230, the "Home of the Eagles" has prepared teenage students for adult life since 1954.
Sandburg High School is home to a multitude of athletic, scholastic and performing-arts programs. Several teams have competed successfully in IHSA, including the 2010 championship-winning girls' softball team, the debate team, boys' wrestling, varsity cheerleading, boys' and girls' cross-country and boys' swimming and diving. Several students have been ranked in the National Merit Scholarship Program for academic achievement.
Century Junior High School serves sixth- to eighth-grade students who live in the southwest area of Orland Park and…More Orland Township. Founded in 1996, Century is one of three junior highs within Orland School District 135.
Century students have the benefit of traditional math, science, English and social studies courses. But the "Wildcats" also have Spanish and German programs available, as well as computer literacy within the school's media center. An array of sports, performing arts and music programs are offered, as are other extracurricular activities such as student council and the tech club. Cynthia Finley serves as principal, with Laura Moss as assistant principal.
Norbert Jerling Junior High School is a public school for students between sixth and eighth grade who live in the…More central and northern areas of Orland Park. Pam Hodgson serves as principal with Heather Conrad as assistant principal.
Named after the first District 135 superintendent, the "Home of the Jayhawks" has been a part of the school district since 1981. Students have access to Spanish and German classes, along with English, science, math and social studies. Computer literacy and homework labs are available, as are an array of arts, scholastic and athletic programs outside of class.
A-Orland Driving School offers over 40 years of experience teaching new drivers of varied age levels and abilities.…More Classes are available for high school students and adults over age 18, including remedial level courses.
Over 14,000 students have honed their driving technique in the school's classrooms and vehicles within the last decade. The school offers home pickup for behind-the-wheel lessons, testing before license exams and five different locations for instruction.
A-Orland Driving School is approved to teach Illinois "Graduate to Safety" teen remedial driving courses.