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The news site of Glenbrook South High School.

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The news site of Glenbrook South High School.

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Crusin Cavender: Riding his motorcycle, Officer Cavender’s duties as a motorcycle cop include patrolling public events, like Fourth of July parades. Photo courtesy of Josh Cavender

South Superheroes: from firefighters to cops

Tess Ledden, Hailey Cho, and Madeline Hussey
February 14, 2020

Students at South have parents in a variety of professions. Some have parents who are doctors; others are realtors. A few might be psychiatrists, receptionists, or even stay-at-home parents. But for several...

Car crashes impact South students

Car crashes impact South students

Tess Ledden, asst. features editor
October 4, 2019

By the time students reach high school, many have experienced car accidents, from minor fender benders to crashes that total cars. South, with its numerous teenage drivers, has gone through its share of...

South reflects on school energy use, sees impact on environment

Mia Merchant and Tess Ledden
April 11, 2018

How many times a day does one leave a light on when leaving a room? And then how many times do they go back to turn it off? Now think about the entire school of Glenbrook South. Imagine how many lights...

Womens’ gymnastics begins season with a win in first meet

Tess Ledden, staff reporter
December 16, 2016

South’s womens’ gymnastics team started off their sesason against Deerfield winning 143.5-136.44. The team has been preparing for future meets under the supervision of head coach Steve Gale. Varsity...

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