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Madalyn Schmitt

Senior Madalyn Schmitt, was interviewed by WMBD about how she used her business to donate 1,540 pads and tampons to a homeless shelter, and how she uses her business to make a difference in the world of mental health.

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Celebrating accomplishments

national board teachers

Congratulations to our newest National Board Certified teachers, Ben Webb and Angelica Delatorre-Im.

speech

Congratulations to our speech team- 1st place at Bloomington High School this past weekend!

Nick King and Camryn Gillibrand

The speech team earned third place at Richwoods High School.
Tournament champions include Nicholas King and Camryn Gillibrand.

girls volleyball team

Congratulations to our girls' volleyball team, super-sectional champions!

jazz vocalists

Congratulations to our U-High Vocalists chosen for the ILMEA Jazz Festival!

speech team

Congratulations to our speech team for finishing second at the Limestone Tournament!

girls golf team

Congratulations to our girls' golf team for winning the 1A state championship!

girls tennis team

Congratulations to our girls' tennis team for winning the sectional title!

Drum majors win award
“Congratulations to the Marching Pioneers on their performance Saturday at the Eastern Illinois University Panther Marching Band Festival! The band placed 1st in Class 4A and also won caption awards for Best Drum Majors, Best General Effect, Best Music Performance, Best Visual Performance, and Best Color Guard.”

Senior Nick King placed in the top 12 out of 138 entries in
Extemporaneous Speaking at the Yale Tournament.

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The Clarionette Student Newspaper

  • Service, therapy dogs working on campus
    Whether serving in a therapeutic or service-oriented role, dogs can be seen around the ISU and U-High campuses. These dogs serve distinct roles.*  Currently running through the halls of the ISU Police Department with a shiny badge around her neck is Sage, the community engagement dog.  While here at U-High,… Read more »
  • Strengthening friendships through Senior Assassin game
    The class of 2020 left their mark in a unique way: a game called “Senior Assassin.” Senior Maddie Roop first heard about the game through a twitter post.  “I saw that a school in Arizona was doing the game and they posted a video,” Roop said. “I was thinking this… Read more »
  • Students, teachers grapple with new grading scales
    Recent conversations in education have been driving the switch from traditional to standards-based grading leaving students to figure out their grades between at least two different grading systems.  This trend influences how teachers structure their lessons, communicate lesson objectives, and grade their students. The practice is based on students being… Read more »
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Performing Arts

UHIGH'S 2019-2020 FALL PLAY

love/sick

A PLAY BY JOHN CARIANI

UHIGH'S 2019-2020 WINTER SHAKESPEARE

King Lear

UHIGH'S 2019-2020 FALL PLAY

love/sick

A PLAY BY JOHN CARIANI

UHIGH'S 2019-2020 WINTER SHAKESPEARE

King Lear

UHIGH'S 2019-2020 FALL PLAY

love/sick

A PLAY BY JOHN CARIANI

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Lab School/College of Education News

  • Deaf and hard of hearing graduates ready to give backDeaf and hard of hearing graduates ready to give back
    Despite being born with the ability to hear, special education major Brenda Nedved grew up facing the challenges of deafness. As a child of deaf adults (CODA), Nedved interpreted for her parents and experienced the discrimination that her parents often faced in public.  “As a typical CODA, I grew up… Read more »
  • Portrait of a progressive leader: Sharon Desmoulin-Kherat
    Sharon Desmoulin-Kherat, Ph.D. ’06, is many things. She is a superintendent, an educator, an innovator, a wife, a mother, and a nature lover. Her life is an inspiration for educators and teachers alike. Hailing from Dominica, West Indies, and St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands, Desmoulin-Kherat earned her bachelor’s and master’s… Read more »
  • Gamma Phi Circus stars in Macy’s ParadeGamma Phi Circus stars in Macy’s Parade
    You wouldn’t have known Gamma Phi Circus performed just days before in front of millions of people if you had attended practice Monday night in Horton Field House. The troupe wasn’t reveling in its appearance at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. The Illinois State students were back at work already… Read more »
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