Andrews High selected for Hubert B. Humphrey Jr. Award

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GREENSBORO, N.C — Andrews High was selected as the recipient of the Hubert B. Humphrey Jr. School Improvement Award, which recognizes schools for improving student achievement through sound educational practices, community outreach and collaborative relationships.

The award, worth $10,000, was presented on March 21 by the Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro at its annual luncheon. The award is given annually to the most improved high school in Guilford County.

Principal Rodney Wilds accepted the award, which will go toward continuing student improvement, and will proudly display the Hugh Humphrey Cup in the hallways of Andrews until the next winner is named.

Andrews’ End-of-Course composite score increased from 58.6 percent proficient in 2011 to 64.3 percent proficient in 2012.

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