West Aurora High School - Notable Alumni

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Notable Alumni

  • Kenny Battle (class of 1984) is a former NBA player (1989–1993).
  • Rich Becker (class of 1990) was a Major League Baseball outfielder (1993–2000).
  • John Drury (class of 1945) was a local Chicago news anchor (WGN, WLS)
  • Andrea Evans,1967 Award Winning Actress
  • Ruth VanSickle Ford (class of 1915) was a commercial illustrator who became a noted art teacher.
  • Phillip E. Johnson (class of 1958) is a former University of California-Berkeley law professor, noted as an AIDS denialist and the founder of the Intelligent design movement.
  • Stana Katic, (class of 1996), actress.
  • Don Laz was a silver medal winning pole vaulter at the 1952 Olympics in Helsinki.
  • Nicole Narain (did not graduate) is an actress, model, and Playmate.
  • Alvin Ross (class of 1981) was an NFL running back (1987–88) for the Philadelphia Eagles.
  • Troy Buck Ackerman (class of 1986)--Moviemaker Whitewater
  • Randy Shilts (class of 1969) was a journalist and author (The Mayor of Castro Street, And the Band Played On: Politics, People, and the AIDS Epidemic, Conduct Unbecoming: Gays and Lesbians in the US Military).
  • Jeffrey Skilling (class of 1971) was the CEO of Enron, who was convicted of crimes related to the Enron scandal.
  • Tom Skilling (class of 1970) is a meteorologist who works with WGN-TV and the Chicago Tribune.

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