Andrew Lewis High School

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Andrew Lewis Middle School is a former high school in Salem, Virginia, United States which was named after Andrew Lewis, an American pioneer, surveyor, and soldier from Virginia. He served as a colonel of militia during the French and Indian War, and as a brigadier general in the American Revolutionary War.

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In 1977, Andrew Lewis High School in Salem and Glenvar High School in western Roanoke County were consolidated into Salem High School.

The building is now used by Andrew Lewis Middle School.

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Coordinates: 37°17′11.3″N 80°3′7.1″W / 37.286472°N 80.051972°W / 37.286472; -80.051972