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Former Grayslake classmates, Deborah Nelson and Richard Anderson, at the June 1 meeting of the Illinois Community College Trustees Association, where Nelson received the ICCTA Distinguished Alumnus Award. Anderson is chairman of the College of Lake County board of trustees.
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CLC Alum Deborah Nelson wins statewide distinguished alumnus award

Deborah Nelson, formerly of Grayslake, became the first College of Lake County alumnus to earn the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the Illinois Community College Trustees … Read more ›

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CSI’s Gurnee Campus Adds 3 New Scholarships for 8-Month Career Programs Tuition Subsidies of Up to $2,000 Available

GURNEE, IL (May 21, 2012) – The Gurnee campus of Computer Systems Institute (CSI) has introduced three new scholarships of $500 to $2,000 for new … Read more ›

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CLC offers orientation sessions for parents of new students

For parents of college students, attending a parent orientation session is a normal part of the “sending them off to college” experience — a time … Read more ›

Coach Shannon, Coach Carvell, Allie S., Brooke D., Shealyn R., Jessica V., Katie M., Octavian W., Coach Williams
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Stanton Track Athletes Make History

Stanton School in Fox Lake sent six athletes to compete in the state track meet on May 18 and 19 in Peoria, Illinois. The Stanton … Read more ›

An Antioch rescue worker checks an Antioch Upper Grade School student after fumes sickened several students and faculty, Thursday, May 17, 2012. Several people were transported from the scene. (Joe Shuman, for the Tribune / May 17, 2012)

Twenty-two students sickened at Antioch school

Twenty-two students were taken to hospitals when they were sickened by fumes from an earlier fire at the grade school in north suburban Antioch this … Read more ›

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District #34 to chart direction for schools’ facility needs

Antioch District #34 will hold the first in a series of community engagement meetings at the end of May. The purpose of these meetings will … Read more ›

Carmel Catholic High School Freshman, Nicole Dowd gets a first look at the new tablet that she will use in all of her classes next year with her mathematics teacher, John Titterton.  100% of all Carmel students will receive a tablet next year and all classes will incorporate this technology.
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Carmel Catholic High School Launches School-Wide 1:1 Student Computing Program-Every Carmel Student Receives Tablet

Carmel Catholic High School Launches 1: 1 Student Computing Program— Carmel Poised To Be Leading Digital High School In Lake County Mundelein, IL— 4/23/2012—Carmel Catholic … Read more ›

The first national "Bike to School Day" is Wednesday, May 9.
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First Ever Bike to School Day May 9

Wednesday, May 9 will mark the first ever “Bike to School Day.” The national event is being coordinated by the National Center for Safe Routes … Read more ›

Project Grad is a new CLC rogram that guides students through an Associate in Arts in two years.
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CLC launches ‘Project Grad,’ a new way to complete an A.A. in two years

In fall 2012, the College of Lake County is launching a new program called Project Grad, which actively guides students through the process of earning … Read more ›

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CLC’s garbage output drops to three-year low

During the RecycleMania campaign that ran from Feb. 5 until March 31, 2012 at the College of Lake County, the weekly garbage output at the … Read more ›