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Senior Parents

Posted: November 17, 2014

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Student Leaders Continue to Grow

Posted: November 18, 2014
On Friday, November 14th, 39 EHS students took part in leadership development and team-building activities at Eagle Crest Adventures in Carlinville, IL. The event was coordinated by the Edwardsville Peer Influence Club (EPIC), but also included representation from Student Council, National Honor Society, Medical Careers, class officers, and freshman council. The students were challenged to complete tasks both individually and as a team. They were also given the opportunity to challenge themselves on a high ropes course, which culminated in a zip line out of the building.

Math Team Wins SW Math Contest

Posted: November 18, 2014
The EHS Math Team has seen much success over the years, and this year is no different.  Since the beginning of the 2014-2015 school year, the Math Team has competed in the Southwest Math Contest and the Excellence in Mathematics competition.  The Southwest Math Contest, located at the SWIC campus, consisted of four competitions which occurred every two weeks.  EHS, who scored a whopping total of 1177 points, took home the first place trophy.  The Excellence in Mathematics competition, located at the St. Louis Community College campus in Forest Park, pitted our team against public and private schools across St Louis and the Metro East region.  The contest consisted of one math test taken by Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior teams.  As a Division II team (large schools), the EHS Math Team took home a 1st place Sophomore trophy along with a 2nd place Junior trophy.  That’s only the beginning; the EHS Math Team will be participating in the ICTM regional and state competitions along with Math Field Day at Carbondale. 

Math team members pictured are (front) Natasha Meinzen, Henry Lu, Jason Pan, (back) Amy Svoboda, Matt Morse, Will Jeziorski, John Bentley, Ian Klein, Alyssa Voepel, Andrew Meng, Bobby Luo, and Philip Griffin.

Team members who have competed thus far but not pictured: Pradeep Kandula, Sam Bertels, Austin Huang, Sarah Lenhardt, Maggie Anderson, Helena Frisbie-Firsching, Anna Johnson, and Kate Pennington.

Local FFA member awarded national American FFA Degree

Posted: November 13, 2014
Each year, the National FFA Organization honors FFA members who show the utmost dedication to the organization through their desire to develop their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

The American FFA Degree is bestowed up on a select group of students in recognition of their years of academic and professional excellence. This year, 3,765 American Degrees will be awarded.

Andrew Hellmann, a member of the Edwardsville FFA chapter in Edwardsville, IL  was awarded the American FFA Degree at the 2014 National FFA Convention & Expo Oct. 29-Nov. 1 in Louisville, Ky.

Sponsored by ADM Crop Risk Services, Case IH, DuPont Pioneer, Elanco, Farm Credit and Syngenta as a special project of the National FFA Foundation, the award recognizes demonstrated ability and outstanding achievements in agricultural business, production, processing or service programs.

To be eligible, FFA members must have earned and productively invested $7,500 through a supervised agricultural experience program in which they start, own or hold a professional position in an existing agriculture enterprise. Recipients must also complete 50 hours community service and demonstrate outstanding leadership abilities and civic involvement.

Each recipient of the American FFA Degree receives a gold American FFA Degree key and a certificate after being recognized on stage at that national convention.

The National FFA Organization provides leadership, personal growth and career success training through agricultural education to 579,678 student members in grades seven through 12 who belong to one of 7,570 local FFA chapters throughout the U.S., Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.

Andrew was the first Edwardsville FFA member to receive this award since the Edwardsville FFA was recharted during the 05-06 school year.  “This is a very proud day for Andrew, the school and the FFA program” said Mr. John Davin, Edwardsville FFA Advisor.  “Andrew has worked extremely hard over the past 6 years to receive this degree and is my first student to ever be awarded this accomplishment.  I hope that his accomplishments inspire other FFA members to push themselves to all achieve this prestigious degree”

 
Left: John Davin FFA Advisor                                     Left: Brian Walsh National FFA President  Right: Andrew Hellmann                                             Right: Andrew Hellmann

Medical Careers Club Supports Anderson Hospital and Cuts for Cancer

Posted: November 12, 2014
   

This event was idea of student Katie Chartrand, the fundraising chair of the Medical Careers Club.  Katie planted the seed at the end of last school year saying that see had looked into donating her very long hair to a worthy cause.  She had discovered this program called Beautiful Lengths sponsored by Pantene.  This program makes real hair wigs free of charge for cancer patients.  The planning in Medical Careers Club began to sponsor a hair donation event.  Four female students volunteered to donate at least eight inches of their hair then three male students and a male staff member came forward to say they would like to help also.  Students pledged $5 to enjoy food, drinks, music and games while watching the hair cutting take place. After two and a half weeks of registration the big day finally came to fruition on Friday, November 7th with over 250 students signing up to watch Alyson Bergman (12 inches), Abi Clere (9 inches), Katie Chartrand (9 inches), and Kassie Klaus (8 inches) donate their hair. To show support for those battling cancer the following males shaved their heads; Mitchell Pearson, Austin Pizzini, Shawn Semmler, and math teacher Mr. Dan Morrissey.  Sam Legendre from Fantastic Sam’s , Rebekah Coffey and Tiffany Waller from Sport Clips, and Kate Schaefer from Beauty Brands all volunteered their services as licensed beauticians to ensure the safety and satisfaction of the participants. The funds raised from this event totaled $1,150 are being donated to Anderson Hospital to support the Intensive Care Unit.

We Celebrate our Veterans

Posted: November 4, 2014

The annual Veterans’ Day breakfast was held at EHS on Thursday, November 6, to honor all men and women in the community that served their country through one of the branches of the Armed Services. National Honor Society, The Library Advisory Board, FFA, EHS South, orchestra, and the choir joined forces to honor veterans that served to keep our country safe. The attendees were treated to breakfast, music, and a short program that ended with a new American flag being presented to a veteran who participated in a raffle. It was a celebration of those who have served our great country and students who may choose to serve in the future!

Tiger 2A Varsity Hockey Team Opens Season With Victory

Posted: November 4, 2014
The Edwardsville Tiger 2A Varsity team met up with the Oakville Tiger Varsity team Saturday, October 25th, for the 5th Annual "Clash of the Cats" charity fundraiser for the Salvation Army. Lieutenant Bryan Ellison, of the Alton Salvation Army, was on hand for the ceremonial puck drop as well as presenting the Edwardsville Tigers with the "Striped Savage" trophy after their 8-0 victory over Oakville. The fundraiser, which was held at the East Alton Ice Arena, raised a total if $594 for the Alton Salvation Army. The two teams will face off again, next year, with proceeds going to the Gateway Citadel, in South County, when Oakville will host the game.

TIGER Cross Country Qualify Girls and Boys for IHSA State Meet in Peoria on Saturday, November 8

Posted: November 3, 2014

Lizzy Lynn, Julianna Determan, Rachel Shoenecker, Haley Allard, Kennison Adams, Honor Dimick, and Victoria Vegher look forward to running at the State meet next weekend. 

After a summer of running together almost every day, the EHS girls' cross country team opened up their season with a first place finish at the Granite City Invitational. It was the first large high school meet for the new freshman on the team. Right away, our team saw how much depth we had, as many talented runners deserving to be on the varsity team took positions on the JV team instead. A month later our varsity girls team headed up to the fastest course in the state: Detweiler Park in Peoria. From this race emerged Lizzy Lynn as the fourth fastest cross country runner in school history and Julianna Determan as 6th fastest. These two runners, as well as Rachel Schoenecker, broke the 19 minute barrier, an impressive feat. We entered into our post-season with back-to-back races at the hilly Belleville West. At both Conference and Regionals, our team took second place. 




TIGER Field Hockey Sets School Record with 18th Win

Posted: October 24, 2014
The EHS Field Hockey team set a new season win record by recording their 18th win at the Midwest Field Hock Tournament.  the tigers advanced to the final four in the tournament by defeating Ladue High school on Tuesday at Soccer Park in Fenton, MO.

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Southwestern Conference Fall Sports Championships

Boys' Golf
Girls' Golf (co-champs with Alton)
Girls' Tennis
Boys' Soccer
Football

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TIGER PRIDE

Posted: October 24, 2014


On Thursday evening, many students attended the rescheduled bonfire that was originally set for Homecoming Week.  It was a great evening and our EHS students demonstrated their Tiger Pride and enjoyed the evening.

Art Students Show Work at EAC Art Fair

Posted: October 20, 2014
Students participated in the Edwardsville Art Fair this weekend. Abigail Anderson, Aliece Rushing, and Amelia Pytlinski showed their work at the fair.  Abby earned a merit award in her category and Aliece sold her painting. 

Additionally, students volunteered at the fair - great job Aliece Rushing, Alyson Bergman, Amelia Pytlinski, Abigail Anderson, Brooke Hubler, Josie Arnett, Julie Tallerico, and Baylor Montgomery.

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Girls' Golf
Regional Champions
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Homecoming Week

Monday
Dodge Ball

Photo by Miranda Lintzenich, Yearbook

Tuesday
Movie Night


Photo by Miranda Lintzenich, Yearbook

 EHS Soccer Senior Night

Congratulations to the boys' soccer team for their 2-1 overtime victory over Alton H. S.   The Tigers are 5-0 in conference play with one conference game remaining.

Wednesday 
Parade


Photo by Devin Kane, Yearbook

In honor of his upcoming retirement after the conclusion of the school year and over 18 years of service to District 7, Dr. Hightower, Superintendent, served as the Grand Marshall of the 2014 Edwardsville High School Homecoming Parade.

Thursday
First EHS Girls' Swimming Meet 
Chuck Fruit Aquatic Center  

 

Photos by Devin Kane, Yearbook

Bonfire CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER
The bonfire rescheduled for Thursday, October 9 has been cancelled.

Friday
Fox 2 Pep Rally

 

Homecoming  All-School Assembly

Photo by Devin Kane, Yearbook

Photo by Devin Kane, Yearbook

Football Game (7 p.m.)
EHS Orange Rush
EHS Cheerleaders
EHS Broadcasting
Halftime Performances by the EHS Marching Band
and the EHS Dance Team

Saturday
EHS Boys' Soccer 11 a.m.

Coronation
Photos by Gabby Gerstner, Yearbook




Dance (8 p.m.)
 

It's a great week to be a Tiger!

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OZARK SWIMMING  Presents Multi-Cultural Swim Day at the Chuck Fruit Aquatic Center

Posted: October 1, 2014

Ozark Swimming with the support of USA Swimming, the national governing body for the sport of swimming will host a Multi-Cultural Swim Day on October 18, 2014 for swimmers at the Chuck Fruit Aquatic Center in Edwardsville, IL.  This first ever event will bring novice as well as competitive swimmers together in an open and inclusive atmosphere to celebrate the diversity of swimming in the Ozark LSC through a swim clinics  and classroom sessions.  

Purpose of the Day:

To expose novice swimmers to competitive swimming.

Provide an opportunity for experience swimmers to work with novice swimmers.

To educate parents on the benefits and value of participating in the sport of swimming.

Assist in recruiting more swimmers and coaches from diverse ethnicities to the sport of swimming

Date:  October 18, 2014.  The day will consist of a morning session for novice swimmers while the afternoon session will be for competitive swimmers.

Athletes:  The swim clinics are open to noncompetitive and competitive swimmers

Staff:  The clinic staff will be chosen by Ozark Swimming and USA Swimming.  USA Swimming diversity and inclusion representatives will be on site.

Tentative Schedule:

     9:00 – 11:30 A.M. – Swim Clinic

     Noon – 1:00 P.M. – Lunch (Novice Swimmers)

     1:00 – 3:00 P.M. – Dual Swim Meet

     3:00 – 4:00 P.M. – Classroom Presentations

     3:00-5:00 P.M. – Swim Clinic (Competitive Swimmers)

Coaches and Parents of Swimmers:  Attending this day will be beneficial for you if you are a swim coach or a parent.  Coaches and parents will learn what efforts USA Swimming and Ozark Swimming are doing to increase the diversity of swimming.

 For more information, contact Bob Rettle at brettle@ecusd7.org

Interact Club Supports
the 3 Little Birds 4 Life

Posted: October 1, 2014

The EHS Interact Club recently invited Ms. Ashley Swip, founder of the 3 Little Birds 4 Life organization, to speak to the club about the organization and its wonderful mission. The 3 Little Birds 4 Life organization, established in 2010, raises funding to grant wishes for adults between the ages of 18-40 who are managing cancer in the United States. To date, the organization has granted almost 100 wishes come true for individuals in need and continues to strive to make a difference to those facing difficult times.

The Interact Club recently hosted a fundraiser with Chef's Shoppe to collect $500 in proceeds for the 3 Little Birds 4 Life organization. The club members presented the check to Ms. Swip at their recent club meeting.

Chuck Fruit Aquatic Center

Posted: September 22, 2014

EHS Splashes into History
by Zain Pyarali & Drew Bradley

It’s not very often that you see a high school in Illinois build its own Olympic-size swimming pool and connect it to their state of the art wrestling center.  But that’s just what District 7 did.

“This pool was a dream come true and I am very excited for it,” EHS head swim coach Christian Rhoten said. “It is very rare for a high school in the Midwest to have a facility like we have.”

The Chuck Fruit Aquatic Center is now up and running and the expectations for the pool couldn’t be higher. 

The pool is named after the late Charles “Chuck” Fruit, who was a graduate of EHS and loved swimming and diving.  The Charles & Sharon Fruit Foundation donated $4 million for the center last December, and the EGHM Foundation donated the rest of the money to pay for the $5.3 million facility.

This pool will not only be used for the girls and boys EHS swim teams but will also be rented out to the YMCA swim team, USA swim meets, major weekend long competitions and PE courses at the high school.

Rhoten said the overall revenue that this pool will make will be outstanding, mainly due to the fact of the 12 weekend long meets that will be held there.

“I think that the Chuck Fruit Aquatic Center will impact EHS in multiple ways,” senior Student Ambassador Lydia Davey said.  “Not only will we be having major swim events held there, we will also give lots of students the opportunity to learn a life skill through the new PE courses.”

The PE courses will be in full affect beginning next week when freshman enrolled in the class will have a three week swimming unit with each session lasting 25 minutes.

Assistant coach and 2006 EHS graduate Samantha Shaw will instruct the PE swim classes.

The class will be structured for strong swimmers to get in the pool and get a good workout in, and for weak swimmers to learn basic swimming and lifesaving skills.

Although the pool is 7 feet deep at its shallowest end, the aquatic center is equipped with teaching platforms to make the shallow end just 3 ½ feet.

“We anticipate a learning curve,” Rhoten said. “Eventually it will become standard, just like playing basketball in PE.”

The aquatic center features a large Nevco jumbotron as well as brand new touch pads installed into the wall, which is all a part of the state of the art Colorado Timing System that will bring spectators up to the moment results.

Shaw hopes that the pool will bring student interaction to a whole new level with swimming, to create a football-like atmosphere.

“I am very excited to attend swim meets,” senior Matt Zielonko said.  “Hopefully we can get a big student section and pack the house to make it as loud as possible inside.”

Finding a seat in the Chuck Fruit Aquatic Center shouldn’t be an issue at all.  The facility seats 499 people in the upstairs bleachers and 200 more down on the pool deck.

The first time you will be able to see all those seats filled will be on Oct. 14 when the Lady Tigers host O’Fallon in a dual meet.

“The pool is perfect,” Rhoten said.  “It’s a premiere pool for the premiere high school.”


Foreign Exchange Students are Welcomed!

Posted: September 16, 2014

Edwardsville High School is excited and proud to welcome three foreign exchange students this year! Lucas Jonk from the Netherlands, Mariya Kleshchova from Ukraine and Tilda Lidman from Sweden (pictured left to right) joined administration and faculty in a welcome luncheon to orient themselves with the school and faculty and to get to know each other and their respective host families better. EHS's foreign exchange student program has proved to be a vehicle for cross-cultural understanding and an opportunity for both the exchange students and our own students to become globally aware, broaden their horizons and make life-long friendships. We wish them an outstanding year full of growth and fun!"


EHS Interact Club partners with SIUE Rotaract Club

Posted: September 3, 2014

More than 600 lbs of plastic bottle caps have been transformed into a new park bench for the Robert C. Stille Edwardsville Township Community Park, otherwise known as Airplane Park.

Last February, the Edwardsville High School Interact Club partnered with the SIUE Rotaract Club to sponsor the A Bench for Caps (ABC) project with the goal of collecting 400 lbs of recyclable plastic caps and lids. Together, both groups reached out to fellow students, faculty, and community businesses and members to assist in collecting the plastic caps and lids. The clubs exceeded their goal and more than 600 lbs of recyclable plastic caps and lids were driven to Green Tree Plastics in Evansville, Indiana, which turned the plastic into an 8 foot park bench.

"Edwardsville Township Community Park is again the recipient of our community’s generosity," said Frank Miles, Edwardsville Township Supervisor. "The bench is a welcomed addition to the park."

The Edwardsville High School Interact Club is a Rotary sponsored organization for high school students that strives to better the lives of others in our community, country, and world. The EHS Interact Club displays the "Service Above Self" motto by immersing themselves into the community in a variety of ways. The EHS Interact Club is sponsored by the Rotary Club of Edwardsville.

The SIUE Rotaract Club is a Rotary sponsored organization as well for young men and women between the ages of 18-30, which bridges the gap between Interact and Rotary. The SIUE Rotaract Club achieves "Service Above Self" by developing leadership skills and completing community service as well. The SIUE Rotaract Club is sponsored by the Goshen Rotary Club.

Attention SENIORS!

Posted: August 21, 2014
If you have not had your complimentary senior yearbook photo taken by Prestige Portraits, please make an appointment ASAP. Prestige will be at EHS on September 8, 9, and 10 between 1:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. on the balcony in A Gym. You must call Prestige prior to these dates to make an appointment; walk-ins will not be accepted. Please call Prestige at 636-438-0829 to set your appointment. Seniors must use Prestige to appear in the yearbook.

Field Hockey Team Stick Up for Hunger

Posted: August 18, 2014

On August 9, 2014 the EHS Field Hockey team held their first annual Stick Up For Hunger Orange and Black scrimmage game at the stadium.  We had a large crowd of parents and students in attendance for both games.  Our fans donated canned goods for their entrance fee to the game and over 340 pounds of canned goods were donated to the Glen-Ed Food Pantry! There is nothing more beautiful than someone who goes out of their way to make life beautiful for others.


Soccer title got ball rolling to Edwardsville's remarkable year

Posted: July 11, 2014

The teams at Edwardsville High enjoyed a banner school year that saw many reach unparalleled heights. For those successes, the Tigers have been selected as the 2013-2014 STLhighschoolsports.com large-schools program of the year. Please see the link below for more information:

http://www.stltoday.com/sports/high-school/soccer-title-got-ball-rolling-to-edwardsville-s-remarkable-year/article_d0931e40-0223-11e4-bbf9-001a4bcf6878.html

EHS Athletic Program Named Top Program in St. Louis Area

Posted: July 7, 2014

What a year it has been! The Tigers have been selected as the 2013-2014 STLhighschoolsports.com large-schools athletic program of the year.  This marks the fifth time Edwardsville High School has received this honor in the past thirteen years.  For the full story, Click Here .

It is a great day to be a Tiger!


 
Boys' Volleyball Wins Sectional Title - Advances to IHSA State Tournament

Posted: June 4, 2014


The Volleyball Tigers defeated Plainfield High School to win the Sectional Championship at Bolingbrook High School.  The Tigers advance to the IHSA State Tournament this weekend at Hoffman Estates.  Good Luck, Tigers!!!

EHS Marching Tigers Travel to Disneyworld

Posted: June 4, 2014
 

Top Academic Students Honored

Posted: June 3, 2014

Academic Departments have recognized the top EHS academic performers by selecting students who have excelled in their departments.  These students, honored on the Renaissance Wall, are Ashley Krekovich, Applied Technology; Meridan Markowitz, Art; Michael Tornaritis, Business; Juliet Horsley, English; Jacob Veitch, Foreign Language; Caleb Bertels, Math; Jacob Burns, Music; Zach Ufert, Physical Education/Health; Jacob Trueb, Science; and Guy Russo, Social Science.  Congratulations!!

Tiger Boys' Track and Field
IHSA CLASS 3A  Runner-up!

Posted: June 3, 2014

The Boys' Track and Field team finished 2nd in the CLASS 3A IHSA State  Track and Field Championship at Eastern Illinois University in Charleston.  Congratulations to Coach Lakatos and all team members and coaches for an outstanding season!


Craig James, Isaiah Michl, Fontez Davis, Rene' Perry

4 X 100 Relay Team

New school record 41.46

 

 

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Tiger Tennis Finishes 8th in IHSA State Tournament

Posted: June 3, 2014
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Tiger Girls' Soccer Wins Sectional Championship - Advance to Super-Sectional Game - Tuesday at Normal Community H.S. at 6 pm

Posted: June , 2014


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Tiger Boys' Volleyball Wins Regional Championship - Advance to Sectional Finals - Tuesday at Bolingbrook H.S. at 7 pm

Posted: June 3 , 2014
 

Tiger Tennis Wins Sectional Championship - Advance to State

Posted: May 27, 2014

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Tiger Softball wins the Southwest Conference Championship

Posted: May 27, 2014


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Geography students mentor local high school students in intensive learning program

Posted: May 12, 2014

SIUE geography seniors and graduate students mentored Edwardsville High School (EHS) students on a volunteer basis in “real-world” group projects.  SIUE Geography professor, Randy Pearson, has worked with District 7 and EHS for a number of years.

Read full story HERE

Tiger Tennis finishes 2nd at Naperville

Posted: May 12, 2014

EHS Softball "Grey Matters" Benefit Game

Posted: May 8, 2014

The EHS softball community service project this year will be a "Grey Matters" benefit game for Brain Cancer Awareness.  The game will be on Monday, May 19 vs. Highland at 4:15. The softball team will be selling shirts for $13 through May 9.  Please support this cause by either purchasing a shirt a making a donation.

 

Track Relay Team Competes at Penn Relays

Posted: May 8, 2014


The 4x100 relay team captures 4th place in the large school finals at the prestigious Penn Relays.  The relay team competed against national and international high school teams.  Pictured are Isaiah Michl, Brian Crowe, Craig James, and Fontez Davis.

Journalism Team Places Fourth at State Competition

Posted: May 7, 2014


The EHS Journalism Team placed fourth in the State at the Journalism State Finals on Friday, May 2, matching EHS’s 2009 team for the highest finish. This year’s team set a new school record for points earned by scoring 21 points, up two points from the 2009 team total of 19. The team accumulates points by totaling the points earned in individual categories.

Individual medal winners were: senior Cameron Thomas with a second place in Advertising and a fourth place in Yearbook Design – Double Page Spread, senior Kayleigh Meinzen with a second place in Info Graphics, junior Shawn Semmler with a fourth place in Feature Photography, junior Emily Ash with a fourth place in Editorial Writing, and senior Brenden Heaton with a fifth place in Broadcast News.

This performance came on the heels of a record first place finish at sectionals on April 26. The team earned 85 points overall, the highest number earned by any school statewide at sectionals this year. The team accomplished this by finishing first in 12 of the 15 categories in which individual team members competed.

Other team members competing included sophomores Jane Lavelle and Katie McGarr, juniors Sam Goggin and Cristina Rivera-Bosques, and seniors Guy Russo, Hannah Thomas, and Connor Wright.

Coach Martin, EHS Football Players, EHS Football Program Receive Top Honors from the National Football Foundation

Posted: May 5, 2014

On Sunday, May 4, Matt Martin received the Jimmy Conzelman "Coach of the Year" Award by the National Football Foundation Tom Lombardo Chapter. Brian Crowe, Senior, was also recognized as a top Scholar-Athlete in the St. Louis metro area.  Senior Craig James and junior Danny Marinko were recognized as two of the top 25 football players in the St. Louis area.  Additionally, Coach Martin was recognized for having the top football program in Illinois.  Congratulations to Coach Martin, Brian, Craig, Danny, and the entire football program!
 

Juliet Horsley Continues Her Writing Success

Posted: May 3, 2014

Juliet participated in the Twentieth Annual Friends of Lovejoy Library High School Writers' Contest, and was one of 113 students who submitted entries in the Constance Ades Fiction category.  Juliet earned first place for her short story, "Stones."  This is Juliet's second year participating in the contest; in 2013, she earned a third place award for another short story, "Sandman's Daughter." 
Congratulations, Juliet!

 

 
 

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