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D211 Post: Schaumburg VIP to Host “Spring Cleaning FUNDrive”

            Schaumburg High School Very Interested Parent (VIP) Boosters, have scheduled a spring cleaning “FunDrive” for April 24 from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. at Schaumburg High School.  The event is being held in coordination with Savers.             During the day, participants can drop off anything from gently-used clothing and linens, accessories, and small household goods at the school.  While there, participants can visit the spirit wear shop which will be set up in the parking lot.  At the end of the drive, ...

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. 

Bricks Still Available to ‘Leave Your Legacy’ at Schaumburg High School

This marks the first year the Schaumburg High School Saxon “Leave Your Legacy Paver” is installed and on display for the Schaumburg community. The legacy paver is an arrangement of engraved bricks that is located outside the main entrance near the flagpole at SHS. Anyone can purchase a brick, varying by size, and engrave it with a personal message of their choice. “The paver is important because it is giving the Schaumburg community an opportunity to leave their legacy and message behind,” said Pamela Groves, SHS VIP co-president. “That is awesome and is important for the SHS community.” The pavers will provide opportunities ...

SHS Marching Band Performs at Sold Out NIU Football Game

Students in the marching band at Schaumburg High School had an opportunity to perform in front of a sold-out, Northern Illinois University football game. The SHS Marching Band performed on Sept. 21 at the Northern Illinois University vs. Eastern Illinois University football game for NIU Band Days. SHS joined nine other area high school bands, as well as the NIU Huskie Marching Band, for the halftime show in front of 35,000 game attendees. “The students had a great time,” said Kevin Miller, band director at SHS. “The crowd was electric that night, and we performed under the lights, which is always wonderful. You could just see the band ...