Fremd High School

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William Fremd High School
... William Fremd High School, or Fremd, (formerly known as Palatine High School South) is a public four-year high school located in Palatine, Illinois, a northwest suburb of Chicago, Illinois ... It is part of Township High School District 211, which also includes James B ... Conant High School, Hoffman Estates High School, Palatine High School, and Schaumburg High School ...
Township High School District 211 - History - 21st Century
... Construction was completed in 2002 on an addition at Fremd High School, turning the valuable space in the school’s courtyard into new science laboratories named in honor of Gerald D ... The school also had the east exterior of the building remodeled ... A clock tower and covered walkways were constructed at Conant High School in 2002, as part of an exterior facelift for the school ...

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