Andre McCullough went to school in New York City for three years at Manhattan Center High School for Science & Mathematics. There he played basketball for three years on the Varsity team. While playing basketball in high school, Andre was named High School All-American in 1989. In his senior year, Andre went to Bridgton Academy in Maine, where he stayed for one year. He also played in Junior College and was named to the All-American Team in 1990 -91. McCullough graduated and then went on to the University of Pittsburgh where he played for two years.

After college he tried out for an NBA team, The Washington Bullets. It didn’t work out for him so he went over seas to play basketball for four years. While playing overseas in Switzerland, France and Puerto Rico, Andre McCullough hurt his back and could no longer play for his international team. After basketball, Andre wanted to give back to his old Alma-Mata and went back to apply for a job at Manhattan Center for Science and Mathematics as Dean. He landed the job which also gave him the opportunity to assist in coaching the girls basketball team for five years. The Girls Team won the Championships in his first year coaching.

Currently Andre McCullough runs a non-profit organization called Hard to Guard Books and Ball. The program helps student who are in their Junior and Senior years in high school with good grades. It also helps students whose parents are unable to take them to visit colleges find colleges that best suite the student. Hard to Guard Books and Ball takes students around to different colleges so that they are able to see for themselves, what college life is really all about. Andre also trains basketball players that want to better there game and become a better person over all.


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