Rolling Meadows High School

Graduates in Class of 2020: 472

Graduation speaker: Samantha Wozniczka

Class president: Daisy Soos

National Merit Finalists: Joseph DeMaria, Alexander Jarosik and Samantha Wozniczka.

Athletic achievements: Nicole Kane, second place IHSA Girls Gymnastics Uneven Bars; Football, IHSA Semi-Finalist

Theater productions: “Almost Maine,” “Comedy Sportz,” and “Shrek.”

Homecoming King and Queen: Adan Ramirez and Jailene Cox

Homecoming theme: “Vintage Circus”

What was new for the Class of 2020: CNA classroom, greenhouse, Black box Theater

Principal's reflections on the Class of 2020: The seniors in the Class of 2020 are special because they have always embraced new and challenging experiences, trusted in one another along the way, and have not been afraid to fail while trying to succeed. They have distinguished themselves as excellent role models and leaders, and I could not be more proud of the senior class at Rolling Meadows High School.

— Principal Eileen Hart

  Rolling Meadows High School graduation sign. Joe Lewnard/
  Rolling Meadows performs at the 27th annual Chicagoland Showcase in early March at John Hersey High School in Arlington Heights. Brian Hill/
  Rolling Meadows' Nicole Kane competes on the uneven parallel bars at the state girls gymnastics championships Feb. 22 at Palatine High School. John Starks/
  Rolling Meadows High School gathers 1,200 people in the school gym Jan. 31 to send a card stunt message, including a heart with a "10" inside, to Super Bowl quarterback and 2010 alumnus Jimmy Garoppolo. Joe Lewnard/
  Rolling Meadows' Susannah Holifield (20) reaches for the loose ball during the Jan. 14 girls basketball game against Buffalo Grove in Rolling Meadows. Paul Valade/
Rolling Meadows fans cheer as the Mustangs score during the first quarter at George Gattas Memorial Stadium on the campus of Prospect High School. Daily Herald File Photo
Rolling Meadows High School senior speaker Samantha Wozniczka addressed the 2020 graduating class in a virtual commencement ceremony Courtesy of Township District 214
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