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Glenbard South High School
23w200 Butterfield Rd, Glen Ellyn, IL 60137

Glenbard South High School, founded in 1972, is one of four high schools in School District 87. Glenbard South isMore focused on creating college- and career-ready graduates, and features a diverse and involved student population.

Students can participate in many different sports and clubs. Sports activities range from badminton to football and student clubs include a math club and a variety of language clubs. The student population at Glenbard South is represented in print by the school newspaper, The Independent, which tackles the issues at Glenbard South. Even with just under 1,500 students, the sprawling Glenbard South Campus has room for everyone.

InContext Enterprises
751 Roosevelt Rd, Glen Ellyn, IL 60137
Located in the town of Glen Ellyn, InContext Enterprises is a provider of field data for businesses centered on theMore needs of a company's demographic or population. Providing Contextual Design, which defines customer-centered product concepts based on technological resources, InContext also offers training services for its clients that will develop products that meet everyone's needs. For more information, be sure to call the telephone number or visit the Web address provided.
Churchill Elementary School
240 Geneva Rd, Glen Ellyn, IL 60137

Churchill Elementary School sits on an eight-acre site adjacent to Churchill Park & Nature Center, making it theMore largest of the four elementary schools in Glen Ellyn School District 41. It's quite multi-cultural as well: 20 percent of its students are in the ENL/Bilingual program and approximately 24 different languages are represented within the student population, including Spanish, Vietnamese, Urdu and Polish.

"Our diversity is one of our strengths," principal Scott Klespitz says. "We have students from all walks of life, and families from all walks of life. It's just a very welcoming place."

Churchill's outdoor facilities provide ample room to exercise and play. There's a large grass field behind the gymnasium as well as three playground sets and an asphalt area that includes four basketball hoops and markings for hopscotch. In addition, the nearby Churchill Park & Nature Center contains native plants, wetlands and a wood-chip trail that leads directly to the school.

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