America's Top High Schools

America's Top High Schools

All three District 230 High Schools have been named among America’s Top High Schools by The Daily Beast. District 230 high schools ranked among the top 640 in the country and the top 40 in Illinois.

Welcome Class of 2018

Welcome Class of 2018

Principal Eric Olsen welcomes the Class of 2018 to Stagg High School.

Charger Fight Song!

Charger Fight Song!

Members of the marching band taught the Class of 2018 the Charger Fight Song during a pep assembly.

Charger Pride

Charger Pride

The cheerleaders showed their Charger Pride during a pep assembly for the Class of 2018.

Class of 2018

Class of 2018

Members of Stagg High School's Class of 2018 begin their first year as Chargers!

Guidance

Guidance

Members of the Class of 2018 met with their guidance counselor in small groups to assist in the transition to high school.

Welcome Chargers

Welcome Chargers

Guidance Director Greg Gornik assists a student on the first day of school for the Class of 2018.

A Message From The Principal

On behalf of the Staff and Administration at Amos Alonzo Stagg High School, we hope that you had an enjoyable and safe summer break. As you can see from the cover photos, Stagg has been very busy! Thanks to the generosity of the District 230 taxpayers, Stagg will have completed a number of capital improvements to the building and property this summer. Projects include, replacement of concrete sidewalks around the building, replacement of concrete and stairs at the north entrance, new lighting for the N1 entrance, security door improvements for the N1 entrance, HVAC work, new ventilation in the auto shop, and replacement of fencing around part of the athletic fields. All of these projects will add or improve the quality of our facilities while enhancing security and safety.  >>Continue Reading

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America's Top High Schools

Stagg High School is among America's Top High Schools according to a The Daily Beast report. The recognition considers graduation and college-acceptance rates as well as college-level courses and exams, percentage of students with free or reduced lunch, SAT and ACT scores.

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