Tape murals line the school’s hallways

Tape murals line the school’s hallways

Morgan Buckley, Staff Reporter

February 6, 2018


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Murals made of electrical tape and resembling robots lined the halls after students in Intro to 2D art put them up as a part of the course. “Students were required to collaborate with each other to create interactive scenes using the rules of perspective to create the illusion of three-dimensionality on a...

Knight in Shining Armor

Grace Marino, Executive Editor

February 6, 2018


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Mr. Kent’s economics class had been working on their projects for several weeks during first semester, and one of the many groups which consisted of Jesse Hertzke, Virgil Cannon, Emma Jaworski, Isabella Tiu, Mikey Martin, Jaden Seno and Brett Thomas, had quite the turnout. Overall, the group collected...

New law benefits students, school community

Ellen Stojak, Managing Editor

February 6, 2018


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Bill HB3215 came into effect as of Jan 1, 2018. The bill requires public schools to provide free feminine hygiene products to students in bathrooms. In some high schools, students had no access to free feminine hygiene products, but for North this was not the case. “For the last ten years, the school...

Vaping increases among students

Erin McBriarty, Executive Editor

February 6, 2018


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There is a new trend in the market of nicotine and tobacco usage: vaping. According to North staff, usage that has dramatically increased since last year. With such an increase, staff and teachers are taking steps to prevent the substance use. “It began, I would say, at the start of second semester...

Debate succeeds at tournaments

Debate succeeds at tournaments

Claire Armstrong, Staff Reporter

February 6, 2018


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Debate has had many successes in their tournaments this year, including member Patrick Kilcullen’s award for best presiding officer and award for best speaker in November. This is due to the hard work members put in, according to sponsor Dustin Zubert. “We spend the time before the tournament researchin...

Grayslake North hosts Winter Guard Showcase

Grayslake North hosts Winter Guard Showcase

Morgan Buckley, Staff Reporter

February 2, 2018


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Three schools in the NLCC came to Grayslake North to perform a showcase to hear feedback from judges. North guard students got to see all the other school’s students perform and vice versa. “Honestly it kind of motivates me because it gives me not only someone to perform for but like reminds me...

Academic Team places first in NLCC

Academic Team places first in NLCC

Isabel Kregel, Staff Reporter

February 2, 2018


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Grayslake North’s very own Academic Team placed first in the NLCC Competition at Lakes High School on Jan. 24. The Academic Team competes in tournament style competitions of trivia knowledge with six different categories: Math, Science, Fine Art, Social Studies, Literature, and Miscellaneous. “I...

Future Knights preview athletics, clubs at Grayslake North

Future Knights preview athletics, clubs at Grayslake North

Ellen Stojak, Managing Editor

January 10, 2018


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Eighth graders got the chance to preview high school life by being introduced to athletics and clubs at Freshman Orientation on Jan 9. Orientation also provides athletics and clubs with the opportunity to supply information to prospective freshmen. “I’m really excited to meet new people and join some new clu...

Presents donated for Holiday Help

Katie Santa, Staff Reporter

January 1, 2018


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Many students all over the world struggle with poverty. Some parents are desperately searching for a career as their children are hungry and worried. Lots of people at school brag about new shoes or clothes when some people only go shopping at Goodwill, because that’s all they can afford. For most o...

Photos from Coffee House

Lena Huynh, Staff Reporter

December 12, 2017


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Photos from half-time of Windy City Bulls game

Emily Huculak, Staff Reporter

December 12, 2017


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Three seniors place third in state stock market game

Three seniors place third in state stock market game

Courtney Mettler, Staff Reporter

December 12, 2017


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Results came out for the Fall 2017 Stock Market Game, and three of North’s students ended in third place of the nearly 700 teams involved. Jackson Bielinski, Tyrell To and Rahul Becerra are all in Personal Finance, an elective available for grades 9-12. The class started the 2017 Stock Market Gam...

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