Board approves tentative 2017-18 budget
Board approved tentative budget for 2017-18 school year.
Back to school checklist
If you have not already done so, please take an opportunity to review the Tasks to Complete Before the First Day of School document that was recently mailed to all families.
District seeks applicants for Board of Education vacancy 

District 225 is seeking applicants for its anticipated Board of Education vacancy, resulting from the recent announcement of a pending resignation by Robert Boron. The newly-appointed Board member would serve the remainder of the four-year term, ending in Spring 2019.
Video Tutorial: Get to know our new website
The Glenbrooks are excited to debut our new website! Please watch this video tutorial to learn helpful navigation tips. 
Glenbrooks to destroy class of 2012 temporary records
In accordance with Illinois statute, Glenbrook North and Glenbrook South High Schools will destroy temporary records for the class of 2012 graduates on June 30, 2017.
GBS Model U.N. team finds success through peer support
The Glenbrook South Model United Nations team has won numerous awards over the years.

But this team never measures its success with trophies.
Students travel, lend helping hand
Galante recently participated in a SaLT (Service and Learning Travel) Spring Break trip to New Orleans where she and about 20 other local students worked to restore housing damaged from Hurricane Katrina (2005) and a tornado that occurred only a few months ago.
Students travel, lend helping hand
Galante recently participated in a SaLT (Service and Learning Travel) Spring Break trip to New Orleans where she and about 20 other local students worked to restore housing damaged from Hurricane Katrina (2005) and a tornado that occurred only a few months ago.
Teen advocates for fellow diabetes patients

Jared is now a huge advocate for diabetic patients on both the local and national levels. He traveled to Washington, D.C. this past spring break to ask Congress for increased funding in diabetes management and prevention. He also requested that Congress hold hearings on the increased cost of insulin.

District adopts property tax levy

After hosting a public Truth in Taxation hearing on December 12, the Glenbrook High School District 225 Board of Education approved the “Resolution to Levy 2016 Taxes”, “Certificate of Tax Levy,” “Resolution Regarding Application of Loss and Cost Factors to 2016 Tax Levies,” and the “Resolution to Instruct County Clerk How to Apportion 2016 Tax Levy Extension Required.”

We know the meaning of school spirit

Each year on Loyalty Day, Glenbrook North High School Spartans layer on their green and gold garments and pile into the gym for an assembly celebrating a spectrum of achievements from clubs, athletics and individual pursuits. Their emcees, the five-member Student Activities Board, introduce honors wearing the same striped long-sleeve polos that have been donned for decades. At the end of the assembly, the Down by the River Boys lead a chant that literally has the crowd jumping up and down and “going bananas.”

Meet R.J. and the budget

Dr. R.J. Gravel took over his post as the Glenbrooks’ Assistant Superintendent for Business Services on July 1, and within days, had to build and present a budget for the 2016-17 school year.  


The Public Relations (PR) Office sat down with Dr. Gravel to learn more about the budgeting process, and the experience through the eyes of a new assistant superintendent.
GBN and GBS students present night of comedy benefitting Special Gifts Theatre
On Wednesday, December 7, Glenbrook North Spartans will face off against the Glenbrook South Titans in a game of… comedic wits.
GBS presents "The Good Doctor" as winter play

This year's Glenbrook South winter play, Neil Simon’s "The Good Doctor," will tell a series of short funny scenes, connected by one writer who weaves his tales.

Performed by nearly 20 students, the stories will introduce a man who over-apologizes and has a nervous breakdown after accidentally sneezing on his boss, a dentist and his first patient, a defenseless woman who is not so defenseless and military men who discuss their ideal lunch.

The play will be performed Thursday, December 10, at 4 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., and Friday, December 11 at 4 p.m., in the Lyceum. Tickets are $7 or one free with an activity pass. For more information, visit gbstheatre.com.

“Spark” Dance Show celebrates movement
Glenbrook South will celebrate the “explosiveness” of dance with the winter Dance show, “Spark,” on Friday, December 11 at 7:30 p.m. in the Watson Auditorium. Orchesis Dance Club, De La Cru, Titan Poms and Latino Heat will perform in Contemporary/Jazz, Lyrical, Hip Hop, Pointe, Tap, Latin & Bollywood dance styles.

Tickets are $5 for non-reserved seating. Tickets can be purchased from the GBS Student Activities Office or at the door.