Nearly 200 parents, students, and community members gathered in the auditorium at James B. Conant High School, May 15, for the third annual District 211 Pitch Night. During the evening, teams from throughout the District pitched business ideas and products to a panel of area business leaders with the intention of gaining funding. By the end of the night the panel of investors chose to invest $30,000 in teams Ideal Meal from William Fremd High School and i-Dry from Palatine High School.
Students from throughout Township High School 211 will gather at James B. Conant High School’s auditorium May 15, to participate in the District’s annual “Pitch Night.” This year's event will begin at 6:00 p.m. During the evening teams from the schools’ Business programs will pitch their ideas to a panel of investors in the hopes of winning start-up funds.
“This is an excellent way to recognize the winning pitches from each of ...
Seven students from throughout Township High School District 211 have been added to the list of National Merit Scholarship Recipients during the second announcement. Recipients listed in the second announcement will all receive a $2,500 scholarship.
Scholars were selected by a committee of college admissions officers and high school counselors, who appraised a substantial amount of substantial amount of information submitted by both the finalist and ...
Five students from throughout Township High School District 211 were among the nearly 1,000 students nation wide who received the corporate-sponsored National Merit Scholarship. The announcement came as part of the first list of the 63rd annual National Merit Scholarships which was published April 18.
This year's recipients are:
Kashif Javid, a senior at William Fremd High School who was selected to receive the National Merit Motorola ...
This article was submitted by Conant Crier staff writer Isaac Goffin. The Crier is the student newspaper of James B. Conant High School. To read the original article or more from the Crier, click here.
Due to a congenital birth defect, head sophomore girls’ basketball coach Drew Shulman couldn’t tie his shoes until the fourth grade. The defect, which caused Shulman to be born without a left hand, never frustrated the once three-sport athlete from Elk Grove High School. As an athlete, Shulman made a difference to his team through his ...
Members of the James B. Conant High School student council presented a check for $4,200 to Deanna Kerns, an associate director at Lurie Children’s Hospital, during the winter sports assembly at the school March 2. The money was raised by changing the school’s winter dance into a fundraising event.
Kerns said the donation will be used to provide meaningful cures.
“This money will ...
The Township High School District 211 Foundation currently has more than 40 scholarships available to graduating seniors. These scholarships total nearly $64,000 available to assist graduates in their college endeavors.
“College is a large expense for families and we have many generous donors that are passionate about giving back to the community and honoring loved ones through scholarships,” said foundation member Kris Bratkiv.