News & Announcements

DaJuan Gordon named Chicago Sun-Times Player of the Year

Last week, Curie senior DaJuan Gordon was named Chicago Sin-Times Player of the Year! He has averaged 18 points, 7 rebounds, and 3 assists per game this season, has a 3.3 GPA, and will be playing at Kansas State next year. DaJuan shares this title with previous years' winners, including Cliff Alexander, Jabari Parker, Derrick Rose, and Kevin Garnett. Congratulations, DaJuan!

Curie High School's PAC Presents: Parent University

The Parent Advisory Council works to empower and educate parents and community members. In partnership with Gads Hill Center, we present a 6-week series of free learning workshops on mental wellness to increase advocacy and self-sufficiency skills.

The Power of Visibility

Sara Spachman is an English Language Arts teacher at Curie High School. Check out her story on how Curie has evolved.

Condor Reports

Keep track of grades, attendance and behavior by checking your biweekly Condor Report.

Congratulating Curie HS All-State Illinois Water Polo & All Sectional Players

Water polo is one of the toughest and most demanding sports an athlete can play. Being an Illinois water polo athlete is an awesome athletic opportunity. We are proud to host great water polo teams here at Curie HS. At the conclusion of each high school season, IWP sponsors an All-Star competition between Illinois All-State Top 40 Boy and Girl Athletes. At this time, we'd like to congratulate a few of our Boys Water Polo athletes who will compete as members of the All-Star and Illinois state-level teams.

Congratulations to Jose Servin who was named to the All-State 3rd Team by Illinois Water Polo!

Congratulations to our Lyons Township IHSA All-Sectional team members selected by Illinois Water Polo:
Jose Servin - 1st Team
Sebastian Chaidez - 2nd Team
Alan Anaya - Honorable Mention

Each of these students has demonstrated exemplary athleticism in their sport. They demonstrate the Curie Way and all of them are eligible to receive athletic scholarships to compete at the collegiate level because they each have an unweighted GPA that exceeds the minimum 2.3 GPA eligibility criteria for the NCAA Eligibility Clearinghouse.
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