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Andrews High School of North Broward County

Using 21st century technology and a focus on individualized learning, we offer students the opportunity to become college and career ready, and to earn their state-recognized high school diploma, in non-traditional school environment.

We can be reached by phone Monday through Friday from 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. at (954) 944-4123.

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Eunice Casey, the Principal of Andrews High School of North Broward County, can be contacted at (954) 944-4123.

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Diploma Types / Graduation Requirements

The Graduation Requirements for a standard diploma in Florida can be found in Florida Statute Sections 1003.4282 and Section 1002.3105. Andrews High offers both the 24-credit and the 18-credit ACCEL option. More information can be found at the FLDOE website.

Student Handbook

Andrews High School promotes personal integrity with an emphasis on the lifelong learning process. There are rules and standards required with our Student Handbook.
Andrews High Student / Parent Handbook

Our code of conduct is available in by clicking on the language (PortugueseHaitianSpanish, and English)

Accounting | Finance

We maintain a copy of our most recent audited financials and approved budget online. Please find the most recent Approved Budget. Please find the most recent Audited Financials.

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