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A message from the Superintendent Update 11/11/2020

D120 Board of Education determined that it would be best for our community if the high school remained on remote learning until the end of the semester...READ MORE
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Senior selected for state theatre performance


Mundelein Theatre senior, Matthew Callas, auditioned and was selected as part of the of the All-State cast of the 2021 Illinois High School Theatre Festival (IHSTF). Audiences may recognize Callas from his various roles on the Mundelein Theatre stage, such as Marius in Les Miserables, Eddie in Sister Act, John Merrick in The Elephant Man and most recently as Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing. Because of the COVID-19 Pandemic, the 2021 IHSTF was canceled. “Though the in-person festival was ca Read More

Musicians selected for District Festival


Seven Mundelein High School Band Program students auditioned and were selected to the Illinois Music Education Association (ILMEA) District VII Bands and Jazz Bands this fall. This honor is usually accompanied by a district festival in November where the top music students from more than 50 high schools in the North and Northwest Suburbs of Chicago come together to make music. This year’s festival will be held virtually this Saturday, November 21, for all music students in the state of Illinoi Read More

Sophomore chosen for Northwestern Medicine Discovery Program


Mundelein High School sophomore Jasmyne Ouimet has been invited to participate in a two-year STEM program, Northwestern Medicine Discovery Program, a selective program that caps at 20 Lake County high school student members. Ouimet will attend once-a-month sessions led by Northwestern Medicine health professionals covering topics such as neurosurgery, oncology, life skills, professional development and community service. Ouimet hopes the program will help her clarify her goals. “I’m hoping thi Read More

MHS to sponsor unique Blood Drive Nov. 16-Dec. 13


In years past, Mundelein High School has hosted blood drives to help keep the supply strong in our geographic area. The pandemic which hit last March changed everything but it has not changed the need for blood. Every few seconds someone in the United States needs a blood transfusion to help them survive surgery, trauma, recover from cancer treatments or a blood disorder. Due to remote learning and social distancing, Mund Read More