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First semester examinations for the 2023-24 school are January 12, 16-18, 2024. Attendance will be taken as these are regular school days. The expectation is that students attend all academic blocks during the finals schedule. Each exam day will follow the same schedule with two exams being held each day and a 15-minute break between each block.
Madison Beach will play field hockey at Duke University and Danielle Gicher will play soccer at the University of Maryland.
The class of 2024 attended an event commemorating Holocaust Remembrance Day. The event featured artwork created by victims and survivors of the Holocaust, as well as a discussion of the Jewish resistance in the ghettos and the documentary Violins of Hope.
Learn more about receiving a 2023-24 school year parking permit.
Dr. Christine M. Anderson brings a wealth of experience in instructional technology, teaching high school English as a second language, curriculum coordination, and research in collective efficacy and Seal of Biliteracy attainment.
Students, parents, staff and community members are invited to donate blood during this year's GBN Blood Drive, sponsored by the Interact Club, on Wednesday, March 1st (Gold Day), in the CPA Lobby from 7:45 a.m. - 2:15 p.m.
The Board of Education approves a new five-year collective bargaining agreement with the Glenbrook Education Association (GEA).
The Board of Education approved Joshua Stanton as the next GBS Instructional Supervisor for P.E., Health, and Driver's Education.
Glenbrook District 225 celebrated its grand opening of the Glenbrook School Health Center with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on January 13, 2023. Learn about the optional services students and staff members can access through the facility.
Dr. Idrizi will join the district as Assistant Superintendent for Educational Services and Dr. Lauren O'Malley joins as GBN's Assistant Principal of Student Services
GBN has offered its students the opportunity to learn the craft of welding since 1959. For the first time, seven female students are taking part in this elective course. Students learn about different methods of welding, including arc welding, which uses electricity to melt metals. The goal is to train students to become welders rather than to train them to think project-based. In addition to receiving HS credit, students can also receive college credits through Oakton Community College as part of the district's dual credit program.
11 Glenbrook North students are being recognized for embracing the school’s Class Act and treating others with respect.
NSPA names Alyssa Sanchez and Baeyoung Yoo finalists in 2022 Individual Awards competition.
One District 225 student is using her passion for local history to uncover and celebrate Glenbrook North just ahead of its 70th anniversary. One District 225 student is using her passion for local history to uncover and celebrate Glenbrook North just ahead of its 70th anniversary.
Glenbrook High School District 225 debuts its 75 Years of Excellence celebration during its annual Glenbrook Day for faculty. Learn the history behind the development of our school district.
Over the summer District 225 remodeled core academic classrooms at both Glenbrook North and Glenbrook South. Learn more about what students can expect for the 2022-23 school year.
Congratulations to nine GBN students who signed their letter of intent and became college athletes on May 4.
Glenbrook North’s woodworking students are getting hands-on education to learn what it takes to make an electronic guitar.
The $3.8 million dollar project aims to create an adaptable learning and teaching experience for our students and teachers by maximizing the space for comfort, engagement and flexibility.
Congratulations to seven GBN students who signed their letter of intent and became Division I athletes on November 10.
While students are away from the classroom, District 225 spent time updating parts of its buildings. Learn about the changes you will see at both high schools for the 2021-22 school year.