The Cary-Grove and Prairie Ridge girls tennis teams hosted a food drive on their match day to benefit local food pantries. The teams collected a generous amount of food donations in addition to a monetary donation of $250 which was donated to the Cary-Grove Food Pantry.
Eight students representing District 155’s four high schools participated in the American Legion’s ‘A Day to Remember’ ceremony on September 11 at Union Cemetery in Crystal Lake. The day marked the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks.
Phase two of a three phase project to install air conditioning at Cary-Grove High School was completed during the summer of 2021. Construction began in the summer of 2019 with phase one and will be complete next summer with the final phase.
From the Cary-Grove class of 2021, 87 percent of graduates are continuing their education at four-year universities, two-year universities, technical/vocational schools, or trade and apprenticeship programs. This year’s CG graduating class includes 347 graduates who earned $2,958,190 in scholarships.
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