Teachers and staff of William Fremd High School posted a video to encourage hope and togetherness to their students.
Township High School District 211 has a tradition of preparing students for whatever careers they may be interested in following graduation. One way the District accomplishes this is through focus on career clusters, one of which includes the medical field.
With schools closed to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), the District had a supply of medical equipment both for classes and school use that was going ...
The William Fremd High School Girls Basketball team claimed the IHSA Class 4A State Title March 7, 2020. The team finished the season with a 28 and 7 record.
Township High School District 211 will be holding a Substitute Teacher Job Fair at the G.A. McElroy Administration Center (1750 S. Roselle Rd, Palatine, IL), March 18 from 9:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. The fair will be broken down into six sessions with each starting on the hour. Attendees can choose which session they would like to attend.
Those attending the job fair are asked to complete and print the District 211 employment applicati...
Township High School District 211 held the 3rd Annual Career Expo at William Fremd High School February 27. This year’s expo saw nearly 900 students meet with representatives from more than 175 different businesses covering all 16 career cluster options.
For students like Fremd Sophomores David Nora and Matthew Ruzanski, who chose to walk through the expo after seeing it set-up, this was an opportunity to see what they ...
A pair of students at William Fremd High School have designed seperate mobile apps that will each benefit the health and safety of their communities, and possibly the world, in their own unique ways. Senior Kevin Han has found a way to make work a little easier for area emergency services, while junior Pavan Pandurangi has developed a tool for making malaria detection easier for impoverished areas around the world.
For Han, ...
When James B. Conant High School junior Faith Massey moved from Nashville, Tenn., she was surprised to see that her new school did not have an Afro-centric organization. She decided to work the school to create one.
“My mom paved the way for me by giving me advice,” Massey said. “She told me ‘you can do this, Faith.’ So I did, because there was a need.”