Glenbard North High School

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Glenbard North High School
GlenbardNorthHSlogo.png
Address
990 Kuhn Road

,
60188

United States
Coordinates41°55′41″N 88°08′35″W / 41.928°N 88.143°W / 41.928; -88.143
Information
School typePublic Secondary
Opened1968
School districtGlenbard Township HS Dist. 87
SuperintendentDavid Larson
PrincipalJohn Mensik
Teaching staff133.46 (on an FTE basis) [1] ratio = 16.70:1 [1]
Grades9–12
GenderCoed
Enrollment2,203 (2017-18)[1]
Campus typesuburban
School colour(s)     Black
     Old Gold
Fight songFighting Panthers of North
Athletics conferenceDuKane Conference
NicknamePanthers
NewspaperThe North Current
YearbookAquilo
Website
Glenbard North High School mural
Glenbard North High School, home of the Panthers

Glenbard North High School, or GN, and locally referred to as "Glenbard" or "North", is a public closed campus four-year high school located at the corner of Kuhn Road and Lies Road in Carol Stream, Illinois, a western suburb of Chicago, Illinois, in the United States. It is part of Glenbard Township High School District 87, which also includes Glenbard South High School, Glenbard East High School, and Glenbard West High School. The North campus is the largest among the four high schools in Glenbard Township District 87,[citation needed] serving approximately 2,200 students from Carol Stream, Glendale Heights, Hanover Park, and Bloomingdale.

History[edit]

Glenbard North opened its doors in August 1968. It was the third of the four Glenbard high schools to open. The first principal of Glenbard North was Raymond Livingston. Burt Weber served Glenbard North as principal from 1971–1989, having the longest tenure of any Glenbard North principal at 18 years. The football field, Weber Field, was named in his honor.

Athletics[edit]

Glenbard North teams are called the Panthers. These athletic teams compete in the DuKane Conference. The school's teams also compete in state championship tournaments sponsored by the Illinois High School Association (IHSA).

The school sponsors interscholastic sports for men and women in basketball, cross country, gymnastics, golf, soccer, tennis, track & field, and volleyball. Men may also compete in baseball, football, and wrestling. Women may compete in badminton, cheerleading, swimming, and softball. While not sponsored by the IHSA, the school also sponsors a pom team for women, and a district-wide ice hockey team for men.[2]

The following teams finished in the top 4 of the IHSA State Championship Tournament for their respective sport.[3]

State Champions Second Place Third Place Fourth place
Cross Country (Girls) 1994—95 1992—93; 1995—96 1993—94
Football 1982-1983, 1991—92; 2000—01; 2007—08; 2012—13
Gymnastics (Boys) 1991—92; 2008—09 2005—06
Gymnastics (Girls) 1981—82; 1982—83 2008-09
Softball 1995—96; 2000—01; 2013-14
Wrestling 2010-11 1981-82; 1983–84;

2000-01; 2004–05

1980-81; 2001–02; 2002–03;

2003-04; 2008–09; 2009–10; 2011–12; 2014-15

1987-88

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Glenbard North High School". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved November 6, 2019.
  2. ^ Glenbard North HS, list of interscholastic athletic teams; accessed 5 September 2008 Archived 22 December 2008 at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ IHSA records for Glenbard North High School; accessed 5 September 2008
  4. ^ a b c d e f McGavin, Patrick Z. (13 October 2009). "Glenbard North". Chicago Sun-Times. Retrieved 14 October 2009.
  5. ^ Rick Ackerman stats & bio; databasefootball.com; accessed 22 June 2009 Archived 4 January 2009 at the Wayback Machine
  6. ^ DeRogatis, Jim; What's going on in Billy's head?!; 15 March 2009; Chicago Sun-Times; accessed 22 June 2009
  7. ^ Cox, Ted; Radio industry snuffing performance royalty; 9 June 2009; Daily Herald; accessed 22 June 2009
  8. ^ Ryan Diem biography; colts.com; accessed 22 June 2009 Archived 22 January 2009 at the Wayback Machine
  9. ^ Ryan Diem stats & bio; databasefootball.com; accessed 22 June 2009 Archived 30 September 2007 at the Wayback Machine
  10. ^ Herguth, Bob; Ellison, Ansani and Zelenko; 18 July 1991; Chicago Sun-Times; accessed 22 June 2009
  11. ^ Tribune Staff Report; Mike Quigley; 19 February 2009; Chicago Tribune accessed 22 June 2009
  12. ^ O'Konowitz, Tom; 'Related' role could be Kiele's big break; 13 October 2005; Daily Herald; accessed 22 June 2009
  13. ^ "NFL Draft & Combine Profile - Justin Jackson". www.nfl.com. Retrieved 2018-06-04.

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