Grant Community High School

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Grant Community High School
"Welcome To Bulldog Country"
285 East Grand Avenue
Fox Lake, Illinois 60020
United States
Coordinates 42°23′36″N 88°09′31″W / 42.39333°N 88.15861°W / 42.39333; -88.15861Coordinates: 42°23′36″N 88°09′31″W / 42.39333°N 88.15861°W / 42.39333; -88.15861
School type Public, high school
Established 1930
School district
  1. 124
Superintendent Christine A. Sefcik
CEEB code 141945
Principal Jeremy Schmidt
Faculty 175
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 1,900 [1] (2015-2016)
Campus type Suburban
Color(s) Red, white, and black
Athletics conference Northern Lake County Conference
Mascot Bulldogs
Newspaper The Bark

Grant Community High School was established in 1930 and is a public high school located in Fox Lake, Illinois, United States.

District and school information[edit]

Currently, approximately 1,800 students attend Grant Community High School and the school is still growing, due to the amount of construction in the area. With a new addition and renovations completed in 2011, Grant is now a two-story 260,000-square-foot (24,000 m2) building that sits on 42 acres (170,000 m2) of property. Another addition is currently being built. The district obtains most of its students from four public elementary school districts (Big Hollow, Gavin, Stanton and Palombi) and three private parochial schools (St. Bede, Calvary Christian Academy, and St. Joseph Catholic School).


  • Newspaper (The Bark)[4]
  • Yearbook
  • Literary magazine

Notable alumni[edit]


  1. ^ "About GCHS". Grant Community High School. Retrieved 2015-12-14. 
  2. ^ "About Grant Community High School". Grant Community High School. 2010. Archived from the original on July 10, 2009. Retrieved 28 March 2010. 
  3. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Grant High School
  4. ^ Newspaper | Grant Community High School
  5. ^ "Sarasota retiree was Boston Red Sox 'backbone' in 1955". Retrieved 5 July 2012. 

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