Joliet West’s Heavy Metal Club’s purpose is to bring together students who share an interest in heavy metal, punk, and other forms of dissonant, challenging music in order to discuss and share music news, favorite songs, and artists.
New data from the College Board showcase Illinois’ commitment to closing equity gaps in rigorous high school courses
Hewlett has returned to the Joliet community and shares her time and talents with the community that raised her by working as the Marketing and Publicity Specialist for the Joliet Public Library.
433 School Districts Across the U.S. and Canada Are Honored
The event took place at the Sheraton Grand Chicago with the theme, “Creating a Culture of Education.”
The Minority Enrichment Luncheon aims to inspire Joliet’s youth through speeches given by dynamic minority professionals in a comfortable setting where lunch is served.
Diamond curated a photo collection online featuring students individually and sharing their own written statements
In this career, Coleman has made a valuable difference in the education of countless students by using her strengths of compassion, intelligence, and leadership on a daily basis.
Having a strong work ethic and the support from those who believe in her, Taylor is a lifelong learner and explorer who is bound to continue making strides in her career of choice.
By Alita Stukel, JWHS sophomore