The 30th year reunion will take place on Saturday September 28 at the North Shore Westin in Wheeling IL. PH 847-777-6500. Cost for the event is $115.00 per person plus cash bar. Cost includes 5 food stations and a sweet table. The Friday night before, there will be an informal gathering at Teddy OBriens at 432 Sheridan Road in Highwood. For more information and to receive an official Evite, please contact Ilene Cohen-Sterner at firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope to see you there!
posted September 10th, 2013
Brass From The Past Holiday Celebration
date: Friday, December 21, 2012
time:8:30 pm to 11:30 pm
venue: The Alley (Highwood Lanes)
address: 210 Greenbay rd. Highwood, IL 60040
Celebrate the holidays at the Alley on Friday night, Dec. 21. Featuring Brass From the Past, one of the best horn bands in Chicago with the best musicians Chicago and Milwaukee have to offer. This Rock & Soul Review will cover hits of the 50's, 60's & 70's. Here's what other people have to say about the band
posted December 16th, 2012
Distinguished Alumi Award
What do Admiral Stansfield Turner, Brian Ross, Gary Sinise and Karen Nussbaum all have in common? All are Highland Park High School graduates who have been recognized as distinguished alumni.
Highland Park High School is seeking nominations for the 2009-2010 Distinguished Alumni. The Award is given to esteemed graduates of Highland Park High School who have demonstrated a prominent achievement in their chosen field or humanitarian service that has proven greatly beneficial to society. The nominees’ accomplishments should reflect credit on their association with Highland Park High School. Nominators are asked to support nominations with personal anecdotes and documented evidence submitted with application. Nominators also need to supply current nominee contact information and graduation year. Applications may be found on the Highland Park High School website and will be accepted through May 15, 2009. www.dist113.org/hphs
posted January 31st, 2009
Austin Guitar Town
Fifteen !0 Foot guitar sculptures and 35 (real) Gibsons helped raise over $580 for the Austin Museum of Art, Children's Museum, HAMM and American YouthWorks. The Les Paul I painted sold for $8500. I have also donated 5x7 inch pieces for the last four years to raise money for the student programs at the ArtHouse at the Jones Center. I have picures, if you'd like them.
Attended HPHS 68-69, my freshman year. Ms.Harmon, art and Mr. Cianchetti, English, were my favorite teachers.
posted May 10th, 2008
District 113 Foundation
Township High School District 113 students and teachers have been given a gift from the community, a District 113 Foundation. A group of community members recently created the 501 c (3) organization, and began soliciting funds to enhance the educational experiences of students in District 113.
The mission of the Foundation is, To support, enhance and enrich the education programs at Deerfield and Highland Park High Schools by promoting innovative educational opportunities and increasing community involvement in order to foster pride and ownership.
Applications are available for teachers and students to request funding for second semester and summer projects, and may be accessed on the district web site at dist113.org. Areas which the Foundation will fund include instructional programs in the arts, sciences and environment; faculty sponsored innovative educational and cultural programs, and other projects that meet Foundation guidelines.
Donations are currently being accepted at the District 113 Administrative Center, 1040 Park Ave. W. Highland Park, IL 60035.
For more information about how to become involved, call 224 765-1000.
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