Prom will be held on Friday, April 26, at The Rosemont Convention Center. The cost is $75 per person. Please note each student AND each guest will need to fill out their own permission form. Due to reservation requirements, unfortunately we will not be able to offer refunds after April 19th. Additionally, no refunds will be issued to students in the event of a disciplinary action or an attendance issue on the day of prom, which results in the student's inability to attend prom.
While tickets for the Prom itself are always available to any eligible CG student (as an individual) or with a date, sign up for our wildly popular (and safe) Post-Prom activity supported by our Booster Club is unfortunately limited. We will be selling post-prom tickets on a first come and first served basis, prioritizing as many seniors as possible attending their last Prom and Post-Prom with us. Below are the details of the process that allow for the aforementioned prioritization and also minimize attendance issues during the school day. In the past four years, Post-Prom has NOT sold out; all students who wanted to, were able to attend this event.
Beginning the evening of Tuesday, April 9 from 6 PM to 9 PM Cary-Grove High School Seniors only, may sign up for Prom and Post-Prom in the Media Center on this date. Senior Cary-Grove students attending with another Senior Cary-Grove student will register from 6 PM until 7:30 PM, the Senior CG students attending with anyone other than a Cary-Grove senior student will register from 7:30 to 9:00 PM. If arriving after 7:30 PM, any CG senior/CG senior must go to the back of the line.
On the evening of Wednesday, April 10 from 6 PM to 8 PM any CG Junior and their date or CG Senior and their date (if they did not sign up on April 9) may sign up for Prom (and Post-Prom, until sold out). On this date there will be no priority given to CG seniors. Additional ticket sale dates are shown in the table below.
Prior to registration, all students and guests must EACH complete a permission form, have an online payment receipt or a check payable to CGHS, or cash along with all paperwork approved for guests.
Any change request to prom arrangements after the April 9 and 10 sale dates will require a $10 processing fee.
Prom letter https://goo.gl/dDXNhL
CG permission form https://goo.gl/u5U33L
Guest permission form https://goo.gl/dzVTZZ
Dress Code https://goo.gl/Wr1v7P
Post prom information https://goo.gl/GufGB6
Graduation sign information https://goo.gl/v23vck
Great Gatsby: Prom 2019 will be held on April 26, 2019 at the Abbey Resort in Fontana, WI. Students should arrive at CLS by 5 P.M. as buses will leave promptly at 5:30 p.m. Return will be approximately 12:30 a.m.
Cost is $75 for an individual ticket and $150 per couple. Tickets will be sold online through REVTRAK-Family Access beginning Wednesday, March 13 through April 16.
All information can be read in the prom packet. You can find that packet here.
Crystal Lake South High School’s Virtual Enterprise, Unwind, will travel to New York City next month to participate in the National Business Plan Competition as part of the VEI Youth Business Summit. The group qualified for the event after they won first place at the Illinois Business Plan Competition in December.
Unwind was formed during the fall of 2017 and consists of 24 juniors and seniors. The goal of the company is to reduce stress and anxiety in high school students by selling a variety of products. Every student in the organization has specific job, including CEO, COO, CFO, and VP of Product Marketing. “For all of us, Unwind has had a huge step in our development, not only as business minded individuals, but as leaders and people,” said Mariano Caballero,Crystal Lake South senior at Unwind.At the Illinois State Business Plan Competition, the students had to write a 28-page business plan, pitch their company, and answer questions from a panel of judges who acted like potential investors. The stakes will be even higher at the the National Competition. Unwind will compete against more than 30 firms for a $10,000 check.“We are allowed and have worked to improve both our written and oral presentations of Unwind’s business plan,” said Caballero. “We really are working to stand out even more with what we’ve done since the state competition.”The Unwind group is grateful for having the opportunity to explore the business world in the classroom and some students plan to continue their passion for business when they attend college in the fall.“I am very excited and thankful for this opportunity in VEI. Who knows, maybe I’ll be a real CFO someday with the experience from this extraordinary organization,” said Julia Lavorata, Crystal Lake South senior. The National Business Plan Competition takes place April 15 through April 17 in New York City.
Next year's Seniors (Class of 2020) and Juniors (Class of 2021) are eligible to purchase parking stickers for the upcoming school year. Only one (1) parking sticker is allowed per household. Review all information - incomplete applications will not be accepted. The application process MUST be started ONLINE at Student Parking Application using the student's D155 email account.
SENIORS (2020): Go to the CLC website on Monday, April 8 and fill out the Google Parking Application form. SENIOR ONLY SIGN UP is Monday, April 8 through Friday, April 12 at 3:00 PM. After this date, senior applications will go into the "pool" with Junior applications.
JUNIORS (2021): Go to the CLC website on Monday, April 15 and fill out the Google Parking Application form. JUNIOR SIGN UP is Monday, April 15 through Thursday, April 18 at 3:00 PM.
TURN IN PAPERWORK: After completing the online form, check your email for paperwork. The DEADLINE to turn in COMPLETED paperwork with check or cash payment to the Dean's Office is Monday, April 22 at 3:00 PM.
Students must have a valid driver's license AND a vehicle by August 13, 2019 in order to apply for and obtain a parking sticker; failure to obtain BOTH by this date forfeits your spot.
Students should bring the completed online and signed Student Parking Application and Parking Rules and Consequences forms, with the applicable $100 fee (cash or check made payable to CLC), to the Dean's office before school, during lunch periods or after school until 3:00 PM.
*DEADLINE* to turn in completed forms and payment is Monday, 4/22/18 at 3:00 PM
Parking stickers will be distributed at registration in August. Each student will be asked to present their driver's license to verify the ability to drive to school. The school will NOT hold stickers after school begins for students who do not have a valid driver's license and/or lack a vehicle. If you currently have your driver's license please put the license number on the application form.
Parking stickers are NOT available for purchase at the beginning of the school year. If you want or need to drive to school, a sticker MUST be purchased during the above stated dates. Incomplete or late applications will NOT be accepted. Students are NOT allowed to park on school property without a valid permit.
Most streets around the school are posted as 'no parking' or 'two hour parking' by the City of Crystal Lake. The City strictly enforces this parking restriction. Students may park only in the student parking lot – please do not park in staff allocated parking, including the area facing Walk-Up Street in the student lot that is designated for staff.
Registration is now open for summer school courses. The deadline to register for semester one is April 26 and the second semester registration deadline is May 31. With the exception of driver’s education courses, all summer school courses will be held at Crystal Lake South High School located at 1200 S. McHenry Ave, Crystal Lake, IL 60014. The main office number is (815) 455-3860. Driver’s education courses meet at the student’s home school.
For a full list of courses and registration information, please download the 2019 Summer School packet.
Unless otherwise noted, a ½-credit may be earned from successful completion of each semester of summer school coursework. Students may repeat courses they have previously passed, with the higher of the two grades entered on their permanent record. However, the student will only receive credit for the course once. Regardless of the course, all students must be present for the final exams.
The schedule for summer school is as follows, first semester begins Monday, June 3 and concludes Friday, June 21. Second semester begins Monday, June 4 and concludes Tuesday, July 16. Classes meet Monday through Friday. School will not be in session on July 4 or July 5. A daily class time schedule can be found below.
Daily Class Time Schedule Period 1 . . . . . . 7:30 - 8:20 a.m.Period 2 . . . . . . 8:25 - 9:20 a.m.Period 3 . . . . . . 9:25 - 10:20 a.m.Period 4 . . . . . . 10:25 - 11:20 a.m.Period 5 . . . . . . 11:25 a.m. - 12:20 p.m
Prom Registration Forms 2019
To download the registration forms, please click here.
When: Saturday, April 27, 2019 Where: The John G. Shedd Aquarium Who: Crystal Lake Central seniors, juniors, and their guests may attend
Theme: “Night of a Thousand Lights”
Tickets: Tickets will be $120 per person or $240 per couple
Senior ticket sales will be Saturday, April 6th
Open sales will be Saturday, April 6th
from 10-12pm and
Wednesday, April 10th
from 3:15-6:30pm. Ticket sales will take
place in the CLC front foyer by the fireplace.
Payment Options: We encourage you to pay for your tickets using our online system.
RevTrak allows you to pay by credit card or echeck. Log into
your family access account and follow the prompts for Prom to use
your credit card. This can be done prior to the sales dates. You
must print a receipt and bring it with you when you register
for Prom to show proof of payment.
Cash or checks made out to Crystal Lake Central High School will
also be accepted on the sale days.
2019 - 2020 Cary Grove Parking Application LOTTERY
D155 Parking Sticker Applications for the Lottery are now available for the 2019-2020 school year for the Class of 2021 (next year’s Juniors ONLY). Applications are available ONLINE only.
Applications will be accepted Monday, March 4th through Friday, March 15th by 3:00 pm**. All Class of 2021 students interested in parking in the Cary-Grove student close lot must:
1. Completely - fill out, submit online, and print the Online D155 Parking Sticker Application (you will receive an email confirmation of the information you submitted - print this) 2. Attach - a copy of the car registration AND a copy of your driver’s license (or permit)
3. Secure - these 3 items together and place them in the box provided in the Main Office
4. No payment is due at this time!
5. DUE DATE is by Friday, March 15th @ 3:00 p.m. – No Exceptions**
Tony Moretti, a teacher at Haber Oaks Campus, is the Star 105.5 and Home State Bank Teacher of the Month for January. He won the award after a former student, nominated him.
Mr. Moretti is a special education teacher at Haber Oaks and has been a part of District 155 for five years. In the nomination letter, he is described as “one of those teachers that genuinely want to see you succeed.”
“So many of our students come in feeling lost and it's our job to make them feel more comfortable in their own skin,” said Tony Moretti, “I think a lot of people don't realize we're a therapeutic day school and the social/emotional part is huge at HOC. I feel like all the teachers, administration, paraprofessionals and service providers at Haber Oaks work so hard to make our students better citizens when they leave our school.”
The former student, who wrote the nomination letter, says Mr. Moretti helped her graduate from high school six months early and is the reason she went to college. Her touching letter about her path to success is the reason Star 105.5 and Home State Bank chose Mr. Moretti as the teacher of the month for January.
In addition to teaching, Moretti also coaches the Junior Varsity girls basketball and Junior Varsity softball teams at Crystal Lake South High School.
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Registration for Summer Driver Education will occur February 11th - 28th.
Students must be 15 by May 1st, 2019 to be eligible to participate. Summer Driver Education will run from May 29th – June 27th 2018(if no more snow days are used). The fee for Driver Education is $100 not including the fee to take the permit test. Space is limited. Priority goes to the oldest students. After that, students will be placed on a wait list. The registration packet can be picked up in Student Services. You must submit payment of $100.00 to secure a spot. All registration forms should be turned in to Ms. McKenna in the College and Career Center.
Online payments must be processed by the Registrar before payment can be made. You will receive an email when fees have been entered along with payment instructions.
If you have any questions regarding registration for Summer Driver Education please contact Todd Sherwood, Summer Driver Ed Coordinator at CLC at email@example.com.