The Palatine High School Booster Club has announced that they are accepting applications for their 47th annual scholarship program. The program will award scholarships of $1,000 to approximately 14 members of the Palatine High School Class of 2021.
To qualify for the scholarship, the applicants must be attending either community college, a 4-year college or university, or a certified trade or vocational school and must have a minimum 2.0 grade point average. If an applicant does not meet the GPA requirement, but has extenuating circumstances, ...
From the Illinois Student Assistance Commission:
While students are struggling nationwide with remote education and college plans seem to be more up in the air than ever, there is some good news in Illinois: Illinois closed out the year ranking the #1 state for completions of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®), the form most students use to apply for federal and state financial aid for postsecondary education.
Helping to ensure that more Illinois students have the funds to follow a path to education after high school has ...
Members of William Fremd High School’s sophomore class executive board wanted to say thank you to area health care workers battling the COVID-19 pandemic. To do this, they collected more than 100 cards from students which were delivered to AMITA Health St. Alexius Hospital in Hoffman Estates.
Fremd High School Science Department Chair Karl Craddock said the idea came out of a brainstorming session among the 54-member board.
Students from Schaumburg High School's Students Helping Others partnered with the Schaumburg High School Student Council to hold their first ever "Stuff the Bus" food drive November 11.
All schools in District 211 have unique ways of marking Veterans Day every year. From school-wide assemblies to veteran breakfasts and classroom presentations, each school takes time to thank and learn from those who have served in the United States Armed Forces.
With the District currently operating in a hybrid education model as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, social studies teachers took a new approach to mark the day. Some of the elements of annual celebration remained the same, such ...
As students and staff across William Fremd High School and the District adjust to social distancing, Fremd’s theatre department found a new method to perform their fall play, “The Theory of Relativity,” by Neil Bartram and Brian Hill. The department filmed their production and are currently streaming it at Showtix4u.
The play is described as a look at interconnected lives, told through a collection of songs, scenes ...