Thornwood High School
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|Thornwood High School|
|17101 South Park Avenue South Holland, Illinois
- Wayne Rosher (American pile driver photographer)
- DJ Rashad - Pioneer of Chicago footwork
- Michael Blair - NFL football player.
- Eddy Curry - NBA basketball player.
- Matt Doherty - actor
- Floyd Fields - NFL football player.
- Cliff Floyd - MLB baseball player and World Series champion.
- Steve Gaunty - NFL football player.
- Reggie Hamilton, basketball player
- Justin Huisman - MLB baseball player.
- Angela Marie Hutchinson - Author and entrepreneur
- Mark Konkol - reporter for the Chicago Sun-Times and 2011 Pulitzer Prize recipient.
- Chris Michaels - Radio personality, 107 5 WGCI-FM Clear Channel Chicago
- David Jerard Moss - Professional basketball player.
- Mark Mulder - MLB baseball player
- Kese Green (born Marquese Green): American businessman
- Bill Roe - NFL football player
- Terrence Shannon - professional basketball player
- Reggie Torian - 1999 Silver medalist in the 110m Hurdles at the World Championships. NCAA indoor 60m Hurdle record holder.
- Steve Trout - MLB baseball player.
- Michelle Venturella -2000 United States Olympic Softball Gold Medalist.
- Jason Weaver - R&B singer and actor
- Justin Williams - NBA basketball player.
- Mave (N8 Tha Maven) - American Grammy nominated music producer.
- *Carrie Elizabeth Steinweg. *Images of America: South Holland. Arcadia Publishing, 2003. 71.
- Eddy Curry
- Steve Gaunty at ihsfw.com. Retrieved 12/2/2009.
- Ariva, Phil (24 April 2011), Trivia Time, Chicago Sun-Times: 59, "Which former Thornwood High School baseball player is most accomplished in his chosen profession? Answer ... Mark Konkol (the Sun-Times reporter who last week won a Pulitzer Prize ...)"
- Moss to Indiana State. highschoolelite.com. Retrieved 9 February 2010.
- Draft Picks who came from Thornwood HS at baseball-reference.com. Retrieved 29 September 2007.
- Adam L. Jahns. Thornwood Thunderbirds. Chicago Sun-Times. May 15, 2008. Retrieved on May 23, 2008.
- Justin Williams at basketball-reference.com. Retrieved 29 September 2007.
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