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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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DEDICATED DRUMMERS: Members of South’s drumline, junior Bryce Brennan, senior Michael Vilches and senior Grace Rodriguez (from left to right) diligently practice in the band room after school. The drumline is a close-knit group composed of 17 members, according to senior drum captain Michael Vilches.

Drumline bonds, increases female involvement

Ann John and Caylie Jeruchimowitz
November 10, 2017

The powerful drum beats echo throughout the room. With each unified burst of sound, the excitement within the student body grows. This group of percussionists work hard to entertain and support South. Drumline...

BOOMING WITH ENERGY: Riling up the students at Minooka High School, an MC walks down the catwalk at a dance facilitated by BOOM Entertainment. South also recently hired BOOM Entertainment to aid them in organizing the upcoming Homecoming dance, themed Windy City South.

BOOM revamps GBS homecoming

Ann John, Caylie Jeruchimowitz, and Noah Walch
October 6, 2017

Student demand for a better homecoming at South has caused the school to hire a third-party company called BOOM Entertainment to facilitate this year’s homecoming dance for the first time, according...

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