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Two Schaumburg High School Students Earn Perfect Score on SAT Exam

At its April 14, 2016 meeting, the Board of Education honored two High School District 211 students for achieving a perfect score on the SAT Exam. Schaumburg High School students Kshitij Vashi and Srinivas Cherukuri earned perfect scores on the SAT. Vashi was also recognized for earning a perfect score on the ACT exam. District 211 began tracking perfect SAT scores in 1998. A record 1.7 million students from the class of 2015 took the SAT college-entrance exam, with just 504 earning a top score. Vashi is the ninth student since 2008 to earn perfect scores on both exams.

Schaumburg High School Debate Team Wins IHSA State Debate Championship

Schaumburg High School Debate Team students are celebrating a successful season and earning the title of state champions. The 2015 IHSA Debate State Congressional Championship team competed against over 200 competitors from more than 25 schools at the beginning of the tournament. After an elimination break, the competition was narrowed to 63 competitors. Only 16 students advanced to the final round and Schaumburg students were five of those finalists. The team will be recognized for its accomplishments by the Board of Education at its April 9 meeting. The team consists of seniors Melissa Tran, Kimberly Jimenez, Kruti Merchant, Shraddha ...

Schaumburg High School Debate Team Earns State Championship Title

The Schaumburg High School Debate Team has captured the Illinois High School Association State Debate Title for the second time in the club’s history. The whole team had great success while they competed in the IHSA Annual State Debate Tournament at the end of March at the University of Illinois - Springfield. Sophomores Jessica D’Souza and Raza Haque led the team to seize the state championship in Public Forum Debate (also known as Current Event Debate or Crossfire Debate). The topic for this debate was “Resolved: Single-gender classrooms would improve the quality of education in American public schools.”  All competitors prepared ...