Metro Suburban Conference
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The Metro Suburban Conference (MSC) is an organization of seven high schools in northern Illinois, representing seven communities in that part of the state. These high schools are all members of the Illinois High School Association. The conference began competing during the 2006–07 academic year, with four schools from the former Suburban Prairie Conference East Division.
Two new schools (Timothy Christian and Illiana Christian) were added for the 2009–10 academic year, both previously part of the Private School League. Glenbard South High School will be added for 2010–11 following the dissolution of the Western Sun Conference.
|Elmwood Park High School||Elmwood Park, Illinois||Tigers||1,040 (2009)||St. Edward High School||Elgin, Illinois||Green Wave||407 (2012)||Fenton High School||Bensenville, Illinois||Bison||1,573 (2009)|
|Illiana Christian High School||Lansing, Illinois||Vikings||632 (2009)|
|Ridgewood High School||Norridge, Illinois||Rebels||879 (2009)|
|Riverside-Brookfield High School||Riverside, Illinois||Bulldogs||1,466 (2009)|
|Timothy Christian High School||Elmhurst, Illinois||Trojans||399 (2009)|
|Glenbard South High School||Glen Ellyn, Illinois||Raiders||1,451 (2009)|
- Stone, Bill (16 July 2008), "Two teams join Metro Suburban Conference", Chicago Sun-Times, retrieved 26 April 2010, "The Metro Suburban Conference will add two more teams beginning with the 2009-10 school year. Timothy Christian and Illiana Christian will join the conference, which includes Elmwood Park, Ridgewood, Fenton and Riverside-Brookfield ... Timothy and PSL rival Illiana recently finalized a deal to join the current four-team Metro Suburban on a two-year trial basis. The PSL, which has nine schools in the sports that Timothy competes, will remain intact for the 2008-09 school year."
- Schwarz, Orrin (6 November 2009), "Glenbard South to join Metro Suburban", Daily Herald, retrieved 26 April 2010, "Glenbard South announced Friday that it will join the Metro Suburban Conference for the 2010-2011 school year."