At its September 12, 2013 meeting, the Board of Education honored six High School District 211 students for achieving a 36, the highest possible composite score, on the ACT exam.
These students included Palatine High School student Emma Heckelsmiller, William Fremd High School students Robert Andrews and Soumik Biswas, James B. Conant High School students Glenn Huang and Nikita Pillai, and Hoffman Estates High School student Milan Patel.
Three of the six students, Andrews, Biswas, and Pillai, were also recognized by the Board for accomplishing this feat for the ...
Many high school students have a drive and passion to become educators and work toward the prestigious goal of becoming a Golden Apple Scholar. District 211 has six students who are on their way to becoming future educators.
Students Marco Arreola, Elise Guerro, and Tiffany Guerro from Palatine High School, Karyn Baldwin from Schaumburg High School, and Fatima Cisneros and Timothy Coukart from Hoffman Estates High School were selected as part of 135 Golden Apple Scholars for the Illinois Class of 2013. Each student was recognized for his/her accomplishments by the ...
For many high school graduates, an average day is spent going to college classes, hanging out with friends, playing sports, and staying up late doing homework. Then for some high school graduates, they spend four nights in New York staying up late to perform on the David Letterman Show with their band.
Hoffman Estates High School 2011 graduate Zach Lentino performed with his band, Lance Lapinsky and the Lovers, on the David Letterman show from Feb. 4-6. He played upright bass for Elvis tribute groups on the show.
“It was absolutely insane,” Lentino said. ...
During senior year, several students in District 211 schools are vigorously applying to their dream colleges and universities in hopes of studying something they love. They anxiously await letters from their prospective schools and plan for their futures. Some students, such as Conant High School senior Christopher Tarchala, have already accomplished their first collegiate goal.
Tarchala was recently accepted to a prestigious Bachelors of Science Transportation Design program at Lawrence Technological University in Southfield, Mich. The program is number one in the ...
In a fierce battle between 13 teams from across the country, five Fremd High School students competed in an auto competition that deemed to be a once in a lifetime experience.
Students Alex Cook, Avery Olson, Tyler Raap, Bogdan Sabados, and Maurice Schuerke competed in the Hot Rodders of Tomorrow (HROT) Competition at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas. During the competition, students were required to correctly de-assemble and re-assemble a Chevy 350 engine.
This competition uses strong teamwork skills to mimic what a top-fuel ...
At the end of each school year, art students at Hoffman Estates High School are recognized at the Visual Art Exhibition and Awards Night for their participation in several different art venues and competitions throughout the year. Many students were successful in local and regional competitions, and at the national level, HEHS students placed in the 8th and 10th Congressional Districts.
Five HEHS students competed in the 2012 National Congressional “Artistic Discovery” Competition. Jeff Bratanch, Drawing; Brooke Kim, Advanced Graphic Design; Samantha Liu, ...
High School District 211 has 20 students that were awarded prestigious National Merit Scholarships for their outstanding academic and extracurricular accomplishments.
Scholarships are based off of corporate-sponsored awards financed by roughly 200 corporations, company foundations, and other business organizations. To be considered for a National Merit Scholarship, semifinalists had to fulfill requirements to advance to finalist standing, including high test scores on the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test, or PSAT.
Each semifinalist was asked to complete a ...