Fall Follies is a decades-long CGHS musical tradition celebrating talent, energy, creativity, and excellence in performance. Showcasing the combined efforts of the 400-voice choral department, pit band, actors, and tech crew. Fall Follies is all dancing, singing, and all fun.
Molly Marin, a sophomore at Cary-Grove High School, was featured on WGN Radio as Steve Cochran's "Kid of the Week” and was honored for her community service work.
Eighty-nine percent of graduates in the class of 2019 will continue their studies at four-year colleges, two-year community colleges, and vocational and technical schools. 59 percent of students are pursuing degrees at four-year colleges and universities. The class of 2019 will continue its studies at post-secondary institutions in 26 states.
Cary-Grove High School’s production of All Shook Up earned several nominations including Best Production from Broadway in Chicago’s Illinois High School Music Theater Awards. Nathan Ancheta and Blake Nolan, were both nominated for Best Actor, and Alysha Brezina was nominated for Best Actress.
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