As a result of the Hoops for Hope event hosted by Fremd and Palatine High Schools, students presented the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation with a check for $2,600 raised by the event at the beginning of the year. The presentation was held at PHS on May 24.
The Hoops for Hope event was created in the memory of Brian Larsen, a FHS student and Palatine native who passed away on Nov. 21, 2011 from Cystic Fibrosis. Orange T-shirts were sold to raise money during a basketball game.
Students from each school expressed the importance of being part of this event and giving back ...
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 ...
For high school students aspiring to be teachers in the future, there is one distinction many of them hope to receive — to be a part of the Golden Apple Scholars Foundation.
Lizbeth Arreola of Palatine High School, Jae Eun Ship and Maya Lane of James B. Conant High School, were selected as Golden Apple Scholars for the Illinois Class of 2012. They were chosen from more than 1,200 nominees this year.
Golden Apple Scholars of Illinois is a competitive program that seeks the best Illinois youth interested in a teaching career. Those selected receive advanced teacher ...
The annual U.S. News and World Report “Best High Schools” ranking was recently released, and three District 211 schools made the list at both the state and national level.
James B. Conant High School was ranked at No. 35 in the state and No. 848 nationally, William Fremd High School was No. 40 in the state and No. 922 nationally, and Palatine High School was No. 50 and No. 1,340 nationally.
The rankings are conducted by U.S. News in conjunction with American Institutes for Research. The report included 21,776 U.S. public high schools, and 155 Illinois schools to ...
The PHS Concert Band, Symphonic Band, and Percussion Ensembles performed on May 9. Long-time WGN-Radio host Orion Samuelson narrated the performance titled "To Heal A Nation--Senior Recognition Band Concert." During the evening, 38 PHS senior band musicians who devoted four years of their time and talent to PHS were honored.
For many Palatine High School senior band members, the final concert is not only an exciting event, but also a bittersweet reminder that their time as high school students is coming to an end. This year’s concert, which takes place on May 9 – 7:30 p.m. in the Altergott Auditorium at PHS, is titled “To Heal a Nation¬—Senior Recognition Band Concert,” and features narrator Orion Samuelson, long-time WGN-Radio host.
The Concert Band, Symphonic Band, and Percussion Ensembles will perform at the concert. During the evening, 38 PHS senior band musicians who have ...
Palatine High School’s marquee has been in need of extensive repairs throughout the last couple of years. However, new technology has made it more cost effective for the school to simply replace the sign.
This is why the entire Palatine community is invited to take part in the "Drive One 4UR School" fundraiser sponsored by Arlington Heights Ford and hosted at PHS on April 28.
Participants will test drive a variety of Ford automobiles, including the Mustang, Edge, Escape, Fusion, and Fiesta. For each test drive, Ford will donate $20 to the PHS V.I.P. Booster Club ...