News

News

  • Register here for the PSAT/NMSQT (National Merit)

    Published on: Monday, September 18th, 2017
  • A word from administration about parking permits

    Published on: Wednesday, September 13th, 2017

    Moving forward, a student’s first semester parking permit tag number needs to correspond with the license plate registered with the school. If the first semester permit number and the license plate the school has on file do not match, a student could receive a parking ticket from the Palatine Police Department.

    Additionally, the Palatine Police Department will not be issuing any warnings for vehicles that do not have the proper first semester parking permit displayed. Please make sure your student’s first semester permit is displayed at all times or they could be subject to a parking ticket from the Palatine Police Department.

    Any student found to be misusing their parking pass privileges–making duplicates, allowing a friend to use the pass, selling the pass to another student–may be subject to a parking pass suspension or revocation. Fraudulent parking passes, including forgeries and parking passes bought on the secondary market, will be confiscated and may be treated as a theft of service.

  • Buy your Homecoming tickets online today!

    Published on: Friday, September 8th, 2017
  • Information for the Class of 2022

    Published on: Monday, August 28th, 2017
  • D211 Grading Improvements: Comparison Chart

    Published on: Wednesday, August 2nd, 2017
  • Introduction to grading improvements

    Published on: Wednesday, July 26th, 2017
  • Learn more about this summer’s athletic field renovation.

    Published on: Wednesday, May 24th, 2017
  • When students use their iPads in school an Internet content filter blocks access to websites deemed unsuitable for school. Effective March 13, 2017 the content filter will be applied to all iPads issued to the Class of 2020 when accessing the Internet from any location: in school, at home, and on a public Wi-Fi network.

    You will need to log in to the iBoss filter to access the Internet with your school-assigned iPad. This applies to any browser or app that needs the Internet: web browsers like Chrome, email apps, and other apps including Schoology and Infinite Campus.

    Here are the steps to follow to access the Internet when away from school with your school-assigned iPad.

    1. Open up a new tab in your internet browser, such as Safari or Chrome. The iBoss login screen will appear.  If it does not appear, restart your iPad and try it again.
    2. Sign into the iBoss login using your school username and password. Example below:

    Username: lastname+4digits

    Password: 6 Digit ID#

    Some helpful tips

    • You will need to sign in every time you connect to the Internet in a new place for the first time.
    • You may need to sign in to use the Internet multiple times in the same place depending on the Internet provider at that location.
    • The filter resets every eight hours. You will need to sign in to the filter each time you connect to a new Wi-Fi location and/or every eight hours on a known Wi-Fi network when you want to connect to the Internet outside of school.

    Please seek assistance from the school Technology Department (currently in Room 8A of FHS) if you are having trouble connecting your school-assigned iPad to the Internet.

  • Parents: Download the Physical Examination Form here.

    Published on: Thursday, January 19th, 2017