Grayslake North High School Class of 2022
Class of 2022
  • Grayslake North seniors Christina Hall, left, and Arianna Knowles have their photos taken at their graduation ceremony May 25, at the school.

      Grayslake North seniors Christina Hall, left, and Arianna Knowles have their photos taken at their graduation ceremony May 25, at the school. Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • Grayslake North High School in Grayslake.

      Grayslake North High School in Grayslake. Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • Fiona Campbell, a senior at Grayslake North High School, was the recipient of the Chicago Bears' Collin Wehr Scholarship. The scholarship provides financial assistance to young cancer survivors or the siblings of children who lost their battle with pediatric cancer. Lineman Teven Jenkins and Chairman George H. McCaskey virtually surprised Fiona with the news that she received the $20,000 college scholarship.

    Fiona Campbell, a senior at Grayslake North High School, was the recipient of the Chicago Bears' Collin Wehr Scholarship. The scholarship provides financial assistance to young cancer survivors or the siblings of children who lost their battle with pediatric cancer. Lineman Teven Jenkins and Chairman George H. McCaskey virtually surprised Fiona with the news that she received the $20,000 college scholarship. Courtesy of Chicago Bears

  • Grayslake North senior Laura Weyrick poses for a photo with her 7-year-old sister, Allison, at her graduation ceremony May 25, at the school.

      Grayslake North senior Laura Weyrick poses for a photo with her 7-year-old sister, Allison, at her graduation ceremony May 25, at the school. Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • Grayslake North High School held its graduation ceremony May 25 at the school.

      Grayslake North High School held its graduation ceremony May 25 at the school. Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • Grayslake North's Joseph Valera shoots a layup past Marengo's Matthew Volkeing during their EC Nichols Holiday Tournament boys basketball game Dec. 20, in Marengo.

    Grayslake North's Joseph Valera shoots a layup past Marengo's Matthew Volkeing during their EC Nichols Holiday Tournament boys basketball game Dec. 20, in Marengo. Matthew Apgar/Shaw Media

  • Grayslake North pitcher Gianna Certa throws to a Grayslake Central batter during a game in April.

      Grayslake North pitcher Gianna Certa throws to a Grayslake Central batter during a game in April. Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

 
Updated 6/20/2022 9:41 AM

Graduates in Class of 2022: 362

Graduation ceremony: Wednesday, May 25, Stadium Field at Grayslake North High School

 

Student Speaker: Mallory Draper

Staff Speaker: Noah Scibbe

Class Officers:

• Student Council President: Julia Jose

• Student Council Vice President: Stephanie Chavez

• Student Council Secretary: Mahir Mehmud

• Senior Class Representative: Olivia Cummings

• Senior Class Representative: Tanvi Shahi

IPA Student Leadership Award: Macy Granger and Cheryl Jenkins

Extracurricular achievements:

• Journalism, Broadcast, and Yearbook took third overall at IHSA Sectionals

• Math Team qualified for the State Competition

• Anna Witt -- 3rd Place for Infographics at IHSA Journalism State Competition

Theater productions:

• "Stealing Home" (fall play)

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• "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown" (spring musical)

What was new in 2021-22:

• Outdoor Homecoming

• Mental Means More Club

• Winter Drumline Club

What challenges did the Class of 2022 face as they returned to in-person school full time, and how did they overcome them: Since we started the school year still with COVID running its course, students were fully masked and having to social distance. While students were excited to go back in person there was still a feeling of not being able to connect because of the masks and having to be 6 feet apart. We were able to give students experiences like our homecoming dance outdoors to have the students feel a sense of belonging and normalcy.

Principal's reflections on the Class of 2022: A strong voice, passion, loyalty and perseverance are all traits that come to mind when I think about the class of 2022. These were probably the most unique and challenging four years for any graduating class! You, the Class of 2022, had to deal with constant change: different schedules, cancellations, and events taking place in unusual formats, but you showed true innovative spirit and took advantage of the opportunity to rethink time and space. Our school is such a special place and that is because of you and all the amazing connections you've made during your four years at North. Class of 2022, Grayslake North High School has given you the opportunity to grow and be part of something larger than yourself.

Stay well and never forget: Once a Knight, Always a Knight.

-- Principal James Roscoe

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