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AP award

Katrina Nalle, News Editor February 8, 2024

  The College Board formally named North an AP (Advanced Placement) Honor Roll school on Nov. 7 by honoring it with its Bronze Award distinction.   Out of 15,150 eligible schools in...

Artists display creativity

Katrina Nalle, News Editor February 8, 2024

Four North art students exhibited their artwork in Lewis University's 7th Annual High School Art Invitational in Romeoville from Jan. 11 to Jan. 18. The invitational showcased the work of artists from...

North choirs perform at IMEC

Dylan Budd, Editor-in-Chief February 7, 2024

North’s concert choir performed at the Illinois Music Educators Conference on Jan. 27 in Peoria. IMEC is a concert in which invited high school groups and select students present themselves and their...

Running into history

Dylan Budd, Editor-in-Chief December 18, 2023

North’s cross country team achieved rare air by becoming  the first team in program history to compete at the national level. Head coach Andy Derks and seniors Easton Miller and Owen Stahl, junior...

‘Lucky Sparks’ ignites auditorium

Brianna Gonzalez, Online Editor December 18, 2023

“Lucky sparks” took over North’s stage from Nov. 16-18.   Written by North director Kit Crawford, this was the first time an original play has been performed.   “It was written...


Dylan Budd, Editor-in-Chief December 18, 2023

The North choir department hosted its annual Madrigals concert on Dec. 8 and 10.  Titled “The Masked Singer”, the show revolves around the unpopular king and queen who host a singing contest to...

Techies collaborate backstage

Katrina Nalle, News Editor October 30, 2023

The lights dim, the curtain opens and the show begins. Though the cast makes up much of the performance, they couldn’t do it without a lot of help. Technical theater members or ‘tech crew’ is...

Hispanic heritage hits stage

Sue Ellen Damato, Sports Editor October 30, 2023

Students took to the stage on Oct. 14 for Alabanza to honor Latin culture and elevate Hispanic voices through music, dance, poetry and fashion.     ”Alabanza is a Spanish word that means...

Tigers ‘dig’ first win

Dylan Budd, Editor-in-Chief October 30, 2023

For a school proudly boasting crimson and white as its colors, the crowd on Oct. 5 was a sea of pink, as the North girl’s volleyball team welcomed Wheaton-Warrenville South for the annual Dig Pink game,...

New phone policy starts conversation

Katrina Nalle, News Editor September 26, 2023

District 202 implemented an updated student electronic device policy for the 2023-2024 school year in an effort to curb the overuse of electronics during instructional times.   This policy applies...

Crazies get even crazier

Alexandra Eydenberg, Feature Editor September 26, 2023

Crimson Crazies hits the bleachers with some new additions.   North’s school spirit group was established in 2005 as the official fans of the North sports teams. Members are in charge of planning...

 Plankton (sophomore Liam McManaman) , Old Man Jenkins (junior Rylie Ruggirello) and Squidward (senior Joey Bonasera) discuss the impending doom of Bikini Bottom. Photo by Jillian Schudiske

‘Spongebob Musical’ makes splash

Kaden Horton, Staff Reporter March 30, 2023

Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? Audiences found out during North’s production of “The Spongebob Musical” on March 24-26.  Based on the Nickelodeon show, the story follows Spongebob Squarepants...

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