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Schaumburg High School Raises Funds for Damaged Texas School

                        Students at Schaumburg High School celebrated homecoming week by creating a variety fund raisers which raised $2,000 which was sent to Cimarron Elementary School in Katy, Texas.              Cimarron Elementary was chosen due to its unique tie to a member of the Schaumburg faculty.  Mr. Scott Burn, a math teacher at Schaumburg, has a daughter who teaches 3rd grade teacher in Katy.  Burn said Hurricane Harvey did extensive damage to the homes of a lot of his daughter’s students.  ...

D211 Post: HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT 211 ANNOUNCES NATIONAL MERIT SEMIFINALISTS FOR 2018

High School District 211 announces that 31 students have been named semifinalists in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Competition. Semifinalists are selected based on scores on the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (P.S.A.T./N.M.S.Q.T.). William Fremd High School students Abhinav R. Balu, Kevin Chen, Varun Cidambi, Bissmun Gill, Matthew C. Grabianski, Kailey G. Henson, Stephanie X. Hu, Jesse Huang, Kashif Javid, Edward W. Li, Anna J. Miller, Allison M. Nakazawa, Adhith Palla, Nicholas L. Parekh, Elizabeth D. Perez, Andrew L. Ruan, Lauren P. Streitmatter, and Jerry Zheng h...

D211 Post: District 211 Joins Sprint’s 1Million Project

                     Students within Township High School District 211 will have easier access to the internet to complete web-based homework after the District partnered with Sprint in its 1Million Project. The project provides qualifying students a free wireless hotspot from the Sprint Foundation, with an unlimited data package from Sprint, enabling them access they might not otherwise have.             “This generous program will be a game-changer for our students,” said Dr. Daniel Cates, District 211 superintendent. ...

PHOTOS: SHS Construction Updates

Renovations are underway at Schaumburg High School. The major updates include renovations in the school's kitchen and cafeteria. Bathrooms and locker rooms are also being renovated. The project is slated for completion by the start of the 2017 - 2018 school year. View progress photos below. 

PHS, CHS Students Win Big at District 211 Business Incubator Pitch Night

Students in High School District 211’s Business Incubator program spent the school year developing business ideas to try to bring them to life with the help of investors. Six of the best teams from each school’s Business Incubator course were selected to compete at the District Pitch Night for real funding this past May. After planning and preparation, each team presented their business idea to a panel of judges in hopes of being awarded $20,000 in seed money from the District 211 Foundation. Two teams won this year’s seed money: Green Dirt from Conant High School and Snow and Co. from Palatine High School. Green Dirt also was recently ...

Recent Career Internship Fair Connects District 211 Students to Local Companies

Township High School District 211 recently hosted an internship fair for students to meet with representatives from local companies searching for high school interns. The Career Trek Internship Fair took place at Schaumburg High School on April 12. Approximately 37 companies interested in hiring high school interns attended and many hoped to hire students that day. Students were encouraged to bring resumes and dress professionally to impress company representatives. “This event was an awesome learning opportunity for our students, both personally and professionally,” said Jan Brottman, career advisor at Fremd High School. “Some of the ...

Community Invited to Attend SHS’ Spring Musical ‘Big Fish’

Schaumburg High School is proud to present this year’s spring musical, "Big Fish."     The community is invited to attend the musical featuring great acting, amazing costumes, beautiful singing, and a lot of incredible dancing.  Performances are Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, April 20, 21 and 22, at  7 p.m., in the Schaumburg High School auditorium. Prices are $10 for adults and $8 for students or senior citizens.   The story follows Will Bloom who feels that he never knew his father Edward, because all Edward’s stories sounded like tall tales. Since he was young, Will’s been hearing fantastic yarns about a ...