Joliet Township High School recently held its second annual district-wide History Fair for students in World Affairs and US History classes. Over a four-day period more than 2,000 students presented their projects to over 200 community judges.
By Mario Scarcelli
Eleven Joliet Township High School Engine Building Team members who participated in the national competitions in the fall of 2015 and have qualified gain at the spring 2016 competition in Schaumburg, Illinois. JTHS students on the Engine Team will have the opportunity to compete in the National Competitions held in Las Vegas in November and December of 2016.
Eighteen Joliet Township High School students recently passed the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) exams, demonstrating real-world industry knowledge and proficiency.
Joliet West High School seniors Eric Small and Dora Richardson have been named Mr. and Ms. Alpha Omega for the 2015-2016 School Year, receiving $1,000 scholarships.
Joliet Township High School congratulates the following seniors who will graduate Summa Cum Laude on May 27, 2016. Senior students who obtained this status earned a cumulative 4.00 grade point average or higher after seven semesters.
The power of creativity was in full force when Joliet Central and West AP Human Geography teachers planned the first ever Crosstown Classic, adding a unique twist to studying while bringing students from Central and West together.
Twenty-eight Joliet West High School seniors signed letters of intent to continue their careers at the collegiate level at a ceremony on May 16.
Joliet West High School senior Alyssa Rice has been named a finalist for the Illinois High School Music Theater (IHSMTA) Awards. Sponsored by Broadway in Chicago, IHSMTA selects 12 girls and 12 boys from Illinois high schools who nominate students from a pre-approved list of roles. This year Rice was eligible for her role as Margaret Johnson in “The Light in the Piazza”.
JTHS is proud to announce that the Central and West May 27th graduation ceremony will be available live and on demand through NFHS Internet Television. Broadcasting begins at 7 p.m. Central Standard Time (CST).