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~ The Freshman/Sophomore basketball team won the Western Suburban Conference. 1958 ~ Teachers – Rachel Whitfield and Ruth Mc Mahon retired. Beloit College awarded him the honorary degree of Doctor of Law. ~ Glenbard District #87 purchased a site north of Carol Stream for the 3rd High School, which would be known as Glenbard North.
~ Fred Biester became President of the Executive Committee of the National Federation of High School Athletics Association. ~ Glenbard bands celebrated their 30th anniversary. The district honored him by naming the new Glenbard Gymnasium – THE BIESTER GYM and it was dedicated, December 7. Johnson has a state championship and two second place awards. 1962 ~ Teachers – Wesley Gronewald, Gladys and William Kronsagen and Ralph Magor retired. ~ A special tribute was given to Raymond Carr for his long service. 1964 ~ Teachers – Clara Diers, Delpha Patterson and Jane Rathje retired.
The original school had opened in 1920 in a portable building at Hill & Taylor. 1938 ~ The heavy weight basketball team took sectional honors in March.
1917 ~ The first class was graduated on June 7, 1917. Holtzman, principaql resigned in May to enter military service. ~ The high school district bought 25 acres on Honeysuckle Hill for ,000 from Charles R. The land had a 500-foot frontage on Cresecent Blvd and included all of the Hill and Lake Ellyn.
At this time the faculty numbered five teachers and Mr. The high school district turned Lake Ellyn over to the Park District.
~ Robert Mac Leod, ’34, football player at Dartmouth, placed 4th in the Heisman Trophy running.
He was later drafted by the former NFL team, the Brooklyn Dodgers but was traded to the Chicago Bears and played for George Halas.
The Chorister won the National title at Anderson, Indiana ~ The Tennis Team was conference champions. 1940 ~ Glenbard was host to 1200 – 1500 students in competition, sponsored by the Illinois School of Music Association. Harold Baker was guest of honor at a celebration for liberated prisoners of war.