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Day of Community Service

For the Senior Class Community Service Project, seniors volunteered at Feed My Starving Children and Bernie’s Book Bank.  We are proud of our seniors for giving their time to these two great charities.


NCCHS Band Performs at Chicago Fire’s Toyota Park

We are so proud of our band members! They performed at Toyota Park, Home of the Chicago Fire Soccer Club, along with other local high school bands. It was a great opportunity for our band students and program. Before their performance, they were able to walk around and explore the stadium. After playing, students got to relax and watch the Chicago Fire Soccer Team.

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North Chicago to Host OIT Open House

A “water supply operator” is any person trained in the treatment or distribution of water. North Chicago High School will be hosting an Operating In Training (OIT) Open House. To learn more about the “Operator In Training” program, join us October 25th @ 6pm.

Click below to see the Chicago Tribune article about OIT Open House.

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Girls Volleyball Team Bumps up their Game

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Triple jumper Lalonda McMath ends North Chicago’s state drought

JumpJunior triple jumper Lalonda McMath advanced to the Class 2A state meet this weekend at Eastern Illinois University in Charleston. McMath, a first-time track competitor, leaped a personal record of 35 feet, 7 inches at the Antioch Sectional on May 11.

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Ask12/Chick-fil-A Leader Academy

This past Saturday, March 30th, North Chicago High School hosted the Ask12/Chick-fil-A Leader Academy.  Chick-fil-A Leader Academy™ is a national high school leadership program focused on impact through action.

It’s Decision Day!

It’s Decision Day!
May 1 marks an important day of the year for college-bound high school seniors across the nation. By May 1, also known as National College Decision Day, seniors must accept an offer of admission and send a deposit to the school of their choice.
For Schuler Scholars it is an especially exciting time since many will be the first in their families to attend college – and not just any college – these students will attend some of the most selective colleges and universities in the nation!
Today we applaud their hard work, perseverance and success and celebrate with them as they take this next step in their lives. Congratulations Schuler Class of 2016!
In the News: North Chicago students celebrate 100% college acceptance
Three North Chicago Community High School (North Chicago, IL) students were accepted to all of the highly selective, private colleges and universities to which they applied.
“I feel proud that I am going to college and that I have my pick of colleges,” says Darius Stewart, class valedictorian at North Chicago, who is currently deciding between Emory University and the Washington University in St. Louis. Fellow peers, Jevaughn Hartley and Anthony Rodriguez, share in his excitement.
“Colorado College was one school that I fell in love with from the beginning, but I was nervous since their admission rate was around 17 percent last year,” reflects Anthony Rodriguez. “At first I thought it had been a miracle that I got in, but then it dawned on me, I had poured my heart into the application, I had participated in everything I could in high school and I realized I got in because of my hard work and resolve.” Rodriguez will be the first in his family to go to college.
The seniors credit their success to the Schuler Scholar Program, which helps high-potential yet under-served students gain access to and succeed at highly selective colleges and beyond.
Celebrate the Class of 2016 Scholars!
Please join us in celebrating the amazing achievements of our Class of 2016 Scholars!
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Junior Achievement’s Job Shadow Day Takes Students to Grainger

On Friday, April 22 students from the high school took a trip to Grainger to experience the climate, culture and feel of a large company. They were able to hear the different stories, lessons and values that are important to a large group of employees, diverse in position, skill and background.  The day was an incredible learning experience for both students as well as Grainger staff!