America's Top High Schools

America's Top High Schools

All three District 230 High Schools have been named among America’s Top High Schools by The Daily Beast. District 230 high schools ranked among the top 640 in the country and the top 40 in Illinois.

The Second City

The Second City

The Second City 55th Anniversary Tour is coming to Andrew High School on November 8. Supports District 230 Foundation. Get tickets at www.d230foundation.org

Erin's AAIM

Erin's AAIM

Sandy and Jerry Olmsted accept a $10,000 donation from the Orland Park Gridiron Golf Classic to support Erin's AAIM for Change. A scholarship is awarded in memory of their daughter and Sandburg graduate Erin Olmsted.

ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Principal Baker Takes Challenge

Principal Deb Baker took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge during lunch periods.

Gridiron Classic

Gridiron Classic

Associate Principal Derrick Smith accepts a $20,000 donation from the Orland Park Gridiron Golf Classic to support Sandburg football. The event also benefits Pioneer football, Misericordia and Erin's AAIM.

Selfie with Baldy

Selfie with Baldy Day

Sandburg's Guidance Department joins the fun on "Take a Selfie With Baldy Day."

Proud to be an Eagle

Proud to be an Eagle

Student Council President, Ashley Perk, and Mrs. Baker with Baldie showing off their Eagle Pride!

Mrs. Baker Getting Staff Pumped for Freshmen

Getting Pumped for 1st Day

Mrs. Baker greets and high-fives the staff as freshmen enter on their first day of school.

Principal Baker welcomes students

Principal Baker welcomes Eagles

Principal Deb Baker welcomes the Class of 2018 to their first day as Sandburg Eagles.

Class of 2018

Class of 2018

Members of the Class of 2018 are excited to start the school year!

First Class Leaders

First Class Leaders

First Class Leaders, juniors and seniors, spend their last day of summer vacation at school welcoming the Class of 2018!

Helping Hand

Helping Hand

Staff members are available throughout the school to assist students in the transition to Sandburg High School.

A Message From The Principal

Greetings Eagle Families and Friends,

On most mornings, I enjoy the great honor and privilege to greet students who cross LaGrange Road at the light to enter the building through the newly renovated Circle Drive Main Entrance.  At this point in the school year, these hundred or so students and I have established a bit of routine where we exchange brief courtesies as the students wait for the cue to cross - about the weather, the week ahead, Themed Thursdays.  We usually end these short encounters with my saying something like, “Let’s learn a lot today,” and my young friends replying, “Okay,” or “We will,” or “Thanks.”  As limited as my time is with this group, it is a welcome start to my day and a small example of how we have settled into the school year.  >>Continue Reading

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In the Spotlight

Last Spring, 845 Sandburg students took a total of 1,493
Advanced Placement tests. Sandburg students demonstrated high percentages of college level achievement through this process. Based on the test results, ten Sandburg students were recognized as National AP Scholars. National AP Scholar recognition is granted to students who receive an average score of at least 4 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 4 or higher on eight or more of these exams.  
We especially would like to congratulate the Christina Shehata (pictured), Class of 2015, who achieved this recognition as a junior, along with nine members from the Class of 2014: Adam Gleisner, Paige Kordas,Carly Krull, Caroline Kruszecki, Kelly Mack, Shereen Salama, Leianna Tanedo, Rebecca Thoss, and Kamil Wrobel.  

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