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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 ...

Reminder: SHS Students Invited to April 6 ‘Opportunity Knocks’ Job Fair

Got jobs? If not, come to “Opportunity Knocks.” Mark your calendars and save the date! On April 6, 2017, from 4:00-8:00 p.m. in the front showcase hallway, the Parent Advisory Council (PAC) is organizing a job fair entitled “Opportunity Knocks” for all Schaumburg High School students. Local Schaumburg businesses are looking for Schaumburg High School students for part-time and summer work employment. “Opportunity Knocks” brings over 25 businesses to SHS so students have direct access to potential job opportunities! Some of our early committed business partners include: AMC Woodfield, Culvers, Jewel Foods, Bike ...

Saxons Name New Head Girls Volleyball Coach

Tim Murphy has been named as the new head girls volleyball coach at Schaumburg High School, effective with the 2017 season.  Murphy will replace retiring coach Jeanette Pancratz, who has coached at Schaumburg High School for the past 27 years of her 36-year career as a teacher and coach.  During her tenure at SHS, Pancratz amassed 824 total career wins, making her one of the top-15, all-time winningest girls volleyball coaches in Illinois.    “Coach Pancratz has positively impacted and shaped the girls volleyball program into what it is today through her expertise, passion, and dedication,” said Schaum...

SHS Students Invited to April 6 ‘Opportunity Knocks’ Job Fair

Got jobs? If not, come to "Opportunity Knocks." Mark your calendars and save the date! On Thursday, April 6, 2017, from 4:00-8:00 p.m. in the front showcase hallway, The Parent Advisory Council (PAC) is organizing a job fair entitled "Opportunity Knocks" for all Schaumburg High School students. Local Schaumburg businesses are looking for Schaumburg High School students for part-time and summer work employment. "Opportunity Knocks" brings over 25 businesses to SHS so students have direct access to potential job opportunities! Some of our early committed business partners include: AMC Woodfield, Culvers, Jewel Foods, ...

WATCH: Top District 211 Band, Orchestra Students Perform at Honors Orchestra Concert

Some of the most advanced District 211 band and orchestra students showcased their talents during a recent concert in front of the community. This year’s District 211 Honors Orchestra Concert was held at Palatine High School on Feb. 11.  Band and orchestra students District-wide were part of the performance. Watch the performance in the videos below:

I Want a Cold Day

Students from Schaumburg High School have teamed up with the High School District 211 superintendent of schools to create a music video that can warm up anyone’s day. Set to the music of Backstreet Boys, a student-made music video aims to provide information about the District’s severe cold weather guidelines. It describes conditions in which school would be canceled due to severe cold weather. SHS senior Emma Robie and junior David Kessler performed vocals with District 211 Superintendent Dan Cates. Additional student actors included juniors Olivia Donofrio, Cameron Kidd, and senior Colin McGonagle. Senior Austin Anzelmo edited the final ...