Nord Anglia Education
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20 September, 2017

2016-17 Success Report

2016-17 Success Report

Our students aim to reach their highest potential academically, socially and personally.

2016-17 Success Report Our students aim to reach their highest potential academically, socially and personally.

Our students aim to reach their highest potential academically, socially and personally.

With great teachers, commitment, and community spirit that emphasizes the rewards from hard work and engagement, our students continue to demonstrate great success in and out of the classroom. We are pleased to share the 2016-17 Success Report! It features highlights of student successes during the school year. Click here to read the report and review the highlights below.

  • Four students won the Global Campus Creative Writing Challenge.
  • Debate Club competed in the state quarter-finals, winning four medals and fourth best speaker.
  • Secondary students were the overall winner at the Illinois Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Contest. At the State Contest, students won first place in two categories.
  • MATHCOUNTS Middle School team placed second in the Illinois Chapter Competition.
  • Five members of the Primary School Science Olympiad Team won first place in their events.
  • The Secondary School Science Olympiad Team won 15 medals at the Regional Tournament and narrowly missed a bid to State.
  • Children in Year 5 were the first ever to test the Codeverse coding platform and curriculum, with guidance from professional programmers.
  • A student won Nord Anglia Young Artist of the Year in the age 11-14 category.
  • Middle School students competed in a statewide history fair for the third straight year, winning a Ribbon of Excellence.
  • Students across the school performed at the famed Bean in Millennium Park as part of the holiday concert series.
  • Six High School students finished their French examinations a year early and achieved the highest marks.
  • Teams in Girls Volleyball, Boys Volleyball, Girls Soccer and Boys Soccer became league champions.
  • The school community raised $10,000 for our annual philanthropic partner, Chicago Commons.
  • Two 2017 graduates went on to play Division I sports – soccer and fencing.