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  • Racial divide leads priorities for new OPRF board members

    Racial divide leads priorities for new OPRF board members
    The three newcomers who voters selected for the Oak Park and River Forest High School District 200 board say racial equity and the achievement gap are their top priorities. Sara Dixon Spivy received 4,598 votes; Fred Arkin received 4,319 votes; and...
  • Students log perfect ACT scores

    Students log perfect ACT scores
    Two students in Wheaton and Glen Ellyn logged perfect ACT scores on the March tests. Juniors Alexander Lettenberger of Glenbard West High School and TJ Wiegman of Wheaton North High School learned they earned composite scores of 36, a statistically rare...
  • Bowie High community mourns student's sudden death

    Bowie High community mourns student's sudden death
    The Bowie High School community is in mourning this week after the sudden death over the weekend of sophomore Okon Ntekim. Ntekim died suddenly early Saturday as the school's Navy Junior ROTC organization returned from a school-sponsored field trip to...
  • Allison Steingiser: Watching over student athletes

    Allison Steingiser has been Glastonbury High School's athletic trainer for the past four years. She grew up in Glastonbury and graduated from the University of Connecticut, where she received her bachelor's degree in athletic training. She said she likes...
  • Andrew 5K supports scholarships

    Andrew 5K supports scholarships
    School soon will be out for the summer — and students at Andrew High School in Tinley Park, along with their family members, will be welcoming the season with a 5k walk/run. The sixth annual School's Out 5k is scheduled for 9 a.m. May 17, with a...
  • Olympia tops in Class 8A baseball poll

    Olympia tops in Class 8A baseball poll
    Here is latest high school state baseball poll:   ALL-CLASSIFICATIONS 1. Orlando Olympia (8A) 19-0 2. Lake Worth Park Vista (8A) 19-1 3. Boca Raton (8A)16-2 4. Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas (7A) 15-3 5. Rockledge (5A) 19-2 6. Lynn Haven Mosley (5A)...
  • Century High artist Emily Heintz participates in National Gallery of Art seminar

    Century High artist Emily Heintz participates in National Gallery of Art seminar
    Century High School senior Emily Heintz was one of 17 students from Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C., selected to participate in the 2014-2015 High School Seminar at the National Gallery of Art in the nation's capital. In the seminar, students...
  • Shoah Reflection Contest winners honored

    Shoah Reflection Contest winners honored
    "The Nazis could take away the belongings, the freedoms, and even the lives of so many Jews, but the Nazis could not steal who they [prisoners] were inside. To be able to hold your head high and be at peace with who you are as a human being is truly...
  • Lack of money, interest forcing many high school newspapers to fold

    Lack of money, interest forcing many high school newspapers to fold
    When there wasn't enough money in the Steinmetz College Prep high school budget to cover the cost of printing a student newspaper, its journalism adviser made a desperate plea to one of the Chicago public school's most successful former students for help....
  • Shepard High School marks three decades of ties with German school

    Shepard High School marks three decades of ties with German school
    The cultural bond between America and Germany is growing stronger, at least for a pair of high schools in the two countries half a world apart. Through a student exchange program with Shepard High School in Palos Heights and Johann-Wolfgang-von-Goethe-...
  • Fifteen high school students treated at hospital

     Fifteen high school students treated at hospital
    About 15 out-of-state high school students were treated at Florida Hospital Fish Memorial in Orange City following a trip to the area, according to the hospital. Spokeswoman Darby Rimes said that about 60 students were traveling through Volusia County...