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    MHS students accepted to Northwestern Medical health care program

    Nov 07, 2023

    Five Mundelein High School juniors were accepted into the selective Northwestern Medicine GCM Grosvenor Program. The program received 150 applications, but only 40 high school students from Lake were chosen. Carlos Armenta, Samantha Alvarez, Keshav Chandramouli, Nayary Huizar, Vanessa Marcos will join the program which is designed to give ambitious students an inside look at the vast array of careers in medicine.

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    New Faces presents a play within a play at Mundelein Theatre

    Nov 07, 2023

    The future of Mundelein Theatre will be on display on the Mundelein High School stage in their upcoming production of Becoming Juliet, by Dean Dyer. Known as the New Faces production, the cast is made up of freshman and sophomore students. The show will be performed on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, November 9, 10 and 11 at 7:30 p.m., as well as 3:45 p.m. on Friday, November 10. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students and seniors.

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    College Board honors MHS for its Advanced Placement programs

    Oct 24, 2023

    The College Board honored Mundelein High School with a Bronze recognition on the 2023 AP School Honor Roll. The AP School Honor Roll recognizes schools whose AP programs are delivering results for students while broadening access for such achievement to all students. Schools earn this recognition based on criteria that reflect a commitment to increasing college-going culture, providing opportunities for students to earn college credit and maximizing college readiness.

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    Mundelein Theatre Presents Lost Girl

    Oct 23, 2023

    Mundelein Theatre will present the story of Peter Pan character Wendy Darling after she returns from Neverland and has to grow up herself. The fall play, Lost Girl, written by Kimberly Belflower, will be performed on Oct. 26, 27 and 28 at Mundelein High School. The play, written in 2016, answers the question of what became of Wendy Darling. Long after returning from Neverland, she decides that she must find Peter in order to reclaim her kiss and move on with her life.

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    MHS students earn state awards for music performance

    Oct 19, 2023

    Nearly two dozen MHS musicians were named to the Illinois Music Education Association District 7 Honors Ensembles in October. These students, representing band, choir, orchestra and jazz band, are considered in the top 5 percent of performers.

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    MHS Town Hall Meetings introduce new, downsized facility improvement plan

    Oct 16, 2023

    School District 120 officials will present an updated facility improvement plan and gather public input during a pair of Town Hall Meetings at Mundelein High School on Wednesdays, Oct. 25 and Nov. 1. The Town Hall meetings, which will run from 6:30-8 p.m., will offer a tour of the school and present a funding proposal that has been downsized from April’s failed building bond referendum.

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    High School Spanish students visit elementary dual language classroom

    Oct 04, 2023

    A few years ago, when David Martinez Sanchez was a student at Mechanics Grove, he remembers being nervous when high school students visited as part of a Spanish Pen Pal program. On Wednesday, the Mundelein High School sophomore was back at MG, this time to visit his fifth-grade pen pal.

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    MHS junior saves a life with skill learned at school

    Sep 22, 2023

    When Avril Ramirez learned how to perform CPR on a mannequin during an adventure education class at MHS last fall, she never expected that she would ever have to use this skill outside the classroom. But in late August, while working at her part-time job, she came to the rescue of a choking man and saved his life by performing CPR.

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    Teacher's stories from Brussels makes schoolwork relevant

    Sep 18, 2023

    One of the biggest challenges in most high school classes is to get the students’ interest and hold their attention. But that hasn’t been the case for MHS social studies teacher Neil McCarthy. After spending part of his summer on a foreign policy-themed scholarship program to Brussels, the capital of the European Union, he’s telling students about how he met ambassadors who are trying to negotiate a peace in the continuing war in Ukraine.

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    Boys State candidate Animesh Bijawat wins $2,000 scholarship

    Sep 08, 2023

    Mundelein High School senior Animesh Bijawat returned from this year’s American Legion Boys State with a $2,000 scholarship, an honor earned by only four of the 200 program participants. During the week-long mock government program held at Eastern Illinois University, Bijawat was elected City Party Chairman, County Party Chairman, and leader of the Federalist Party.

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