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FBLA students earn awards at state competition


Mundelein High School’s chapter of Future Business Leaders of America competed at the Illinois State Leadership Conference, held as a virtual event this year, throughout March and April, 2021. A total of 20 Mundelein FBLA students competed this year, and similarly to the Area competition, students were tested remotely, while others presented their event live via Zoom with judges present. “It’s so amazing to see how well our students stepped up to the unique challenge of competing virtually Read More

Robotics Team to compete in World Championship in May


Mundelein High School’s Robotics Team recently took part in the VEX Robotics State Championship where they earned rankings of 10th, 18th, 30th and 35th in state. Because of those finishes, the Team 499 “Megamind” has been invited to compete in the VEX Robotics World Championship. This is a historical first for the MHS Robotics program. “In a year of uncertainty and change, it feels nice to be able to appreciate the students and their ability to overcome adversity,” said Andrew Hood who advises Read More

Student artists earn awards in state exhibition


This past weekend was the culmination of the Illinois High School Art Exhibition with an Awards Ceremony. held in Chicago. “MHS students continue to excel across the board winning multiple awards and affirming Mundelein as one of the top art programs in the state,” said Jonathan Pruc, MHS art instructor. Junior Jamie Ketchum is one of six students of 500 submissions to win the IHSAE Social Justice Award “The Art of Influence: Breaking Criminal T Read More

District 120 Board of Education passes Policy 7:12, Racial & Education Equality


At its April 6 Board of Education meeting, the D120 Board passed Policy 7:12, Racial & Education Equity. In addition, the Board recognized two Mundelein High School students, Senior Trey Baker and Junior Jordyn Miller, for their work to engage the Board and school community in the creation of this policy. The students provided input from a student’s perspective throughout the process. In addition, staff in-service days, under the leadership of Assistant Superintendent of Teaching/Learning, Stac Read More

Child Abuse Prevention Month


As we head into April, the Lake County Children’s Advocacy Center is preparing for Child Abuse Prevention Month. The Blue Kids Program of the LCCAC is meant to create awareness, engage youth, and encourage education and participation in keeping every child safe and every community aware. All throughout April, it will be our goal to encourage our local businesses, schools, and community to have conversations about child abuse. Creating public awareness can be an Read More

Senior, Trey Baker, earns national recognition


During the past week, Mundelein High School senior, Trey Baker, was awarded the National Educational Fest 2021 “Honoring Our Own: Educational Innovation & Leadership Award” sponsored by the National Association of Latino Administrators & Superintendents and the National Alliance for Black School Educators. “Whenever we accomplish something together, I always want to reach out and thank you for continuing to empower my journey and committing to our creative spaces that aim to inspire the next g Read More