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IMMUNIZATION MANDATE FOR 2013-2014
All students entering, advancing, or transferring into 9th, 10th, 11th or 12th grades will be required to show proof of receipt of one dose of Tdap vaccine (combined tetanus, diphtheria, acellular pertussis) vaccine regardless of the interval since the last DTaP, DT or Td dose. Please click here for more information.
Neemwa is a Native American word from the Miami-Illinois language, spoken by a tribe once native to Illinois. The word means “see.” We feel this is relevant to the work of an artist or author, as creators must “see” the finished product before it can be created. Artists look at things in life, or imagine abstract qualities in their minds. Writers must watch the world around them and incorporate what they see into the vast worlds of their imagination. Even musicians, actors, and graphic designers must see their role, mood, or symbolism before they can come up with a finished piece. That is why this magazine is called Neemwa, because seeing is an integral part of a creator’s life. Click here for these collected creations of MCHS students; please take the time to “see” them, and let their messages reach you. »
In a recent study, US News and World Report ranked Marengo Community High School as among the best high schools in the state of Illinois for 2013. US News and World Report reviewed 21,035 U.S. public high schools in 49 states, and 138 Illinois schools made the rankings, including three from McHenry County. Marengo Community High School received a Silver ranking, ranking at #61 in the state (#1,956 nationally). With 670 high schools in the state, we are ranked in the top 10%.
A variety of data was evaluated, including student-to-teacher ratios, test scores, college readiness, and math and reading proficiency. Student participation in AP exams was also considered. 29% of MCHS students take at least one or more AP test, with a 52% passing rate (score of 3 or higher on a 5 point scale). The Marengo Community High School Board of Education, Administration and Staff are proud of our school and its accomplishments. To read the article and see how other schools in our area rank, please click here. »
Every spring the Illinois Drafting Educators Association sponsors a series of regional high school drafting competitions throughout the Illinois community college system. Local winners of these events progress to state finals at Illinois State University's Turner Hall where they compete to determine who is the best in the state. Regional competitions are usually held the first Friday in March with the state finals on a Saturday in April.
Congratulations to the following students who placed at the state level this year:
Jesse Henning - 1st Place Architectural CAD
Trevor Rogers - 3rd Place Architectural CAD
Coy Szaflarski - 3rd Place 3D Modeling »
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