Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017

When Can Students See Their PSAT Scores?

Freshman, sophomore and junior families received an email from the school Tuesday with information on viewing results from Preliminary SAT (PSAT) testing that took place in October and November. Scores will be available beginning Monday for sophomores and juniors who took the PSAT exam in October. Meanwhile, freshmen who completed the PSAT 8/9 in November can access their scores now.

To view their PSAT scores, students must have a free account with the College Board. Most students who took the PSAT created College Board accounts earlier this semester. They can use this link to sign in. Students who do not have a College Board account can create one here.

Students who provided an email address when taking the PSAT will receive a notification from the College Board that includes an access code. When logging in, students may need the access code to see their scores. Students who need help in obtaining their PSAT access code can email or go to Room 6000 and see Ms. Lukas.


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Tuesday’s Varsity Results

Boys Ice Hockey

Stevenson 3, New Trier Green: Senior Trevor Hilt’s goal with 3:27 remaining in the third period broke a 2-2 tie at Centennial Ice Rink in Wilmette. Senior Jackson Leptich scored a pair of goals in the first period after SHS (34-10-2 overall, 10-3 Scholastic Hockey League) fell behind 1-0. Assists on his goals were credited to junior Carter Devlin and seniors Michael Dowd and Roey Kleiman. Trevor’s game-winning goal was assisted by junior Adam Offenbach. Senior Elias Sandholm made 23 saves for the Patriots, who outshot the Trevians, 47-25.

Boys Basketball

Zion-Benton 58, Stevenson 48: The visiting Patriots (5-3 overall, 1-2 North Suburban Conference) were led by seniors Jackson Qualley and Samvit Ram, who scored 13 and 11 points, respectively. Junior Luke Chieng added nine points, senior Nick Bonk hauled in eight rebounds, and sophomore Matt Ambrose recorded five assists. The Zee-Bees improved to 1-2 in the NSC.

Freshman Girls Basketball Game Canceled

Tonight’s freshman B girls basketball game at Zion-Benton has been canceled because the Zee-Bees do not have enough players to field a team.

Football Alumni Earn All-Big Ten Academic Honors

Three former Patriots who are members of Big Ten football teams have earned Academic All-Big Ten honors. Michigan State senior safety Matt Morrissey (Class of 2014) made the team for the third straight season. University of Illinois sophomore linebacker Jimmy Marchese (Class of 2015) earned his second straight appearance, and University of Wisconsin sophomore linebacker Mike Maskalunas (Class of 2016) made it for the first time. All three are finance majors.


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Want a Locker? Here’s How to Request One

Lockers are still available for students who want one. Students must complete this survey to have an assigned locker. Once they complete the survey, students will receive an email notification in their SHS student email with their locker location, number and combination. Once a locker is assigned, no changes can be made for the remainder of the 2017-18 school year. Questions can be emailed to Ms. Clark at

Can Vaping Cause Cancer?

Did you know that several cancer-causing chemicals that are found in paint, gasoline and batteries, are also in vape “juice”? Check out the latest video from the Catalyst club and the Stand Strong Coalition for details. The two groups have also put together this PDF with key facts about e-cigarettes.


A Northwestern University professor will talk about mind-blowing stuff like gravitational waves, NASA and much more at the next Physics Club meeting after school Friday. The club will meet in Room 1630.


College of Lake County selects new president

Downers Grove North band director resigns after misconduct allegations

Thornwood High teacher arrested for alleged misconduct with student

Danville High cancels games in Champaign in wake of shooting

Elmhurst College, adjunct faculty at odds over union vote

Error temporarily cancels health insurance for Waukegan district employees

New sports facilities set for District 228 high schools

Dozens of musical instruments stolen from South Side classroom

NIU College of Law to lower out-of-state tuition

SIU alum donates $1.3M for student scholarships

Water main break closes Waubonsee Community College campus

Elk Grove District 59 may reinstate student fees for classroom materials

McHenry County OKs advisory referendum encouraging school tax levy cuts

CPS lawyer quits days after ethics report that cost Claypool his job

Museum of Science and Industry will no longer host CPS science fair


Amid attacks, teachers weigh their safety against student privacy

Moody’s downgrades higher education’s outlook from “stable” to “negative“

Brown joins list of colleges going “loan free” to keep students out of debt

Detroit city leaders ask charter, district schools to work together for kids

Utah judge rules against partisan elections for state school board

Student, driver killed in Iowa school bus fire

Why Michigan State’s president is facing calls to resign

Proposed University of Arkansas personnel changes raising ruckus

A look at NYC’s controversial charter-school crusader, Eva Moskowitz

Determined Kentucky superintendent looks to transform his hometown school


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