Graduates in Class of 2020: 480
Honors graduates: 51
Abigail Franke, Daniel Salgado-Alvarez and Julia Szynal.
Student Council Co-Presidents Allison Hassler and Mark Zachariah; Vice President Luna Herrera; Senior Class Board President Abby Remian; Senior Class Board Vice President Sabina Zajac.
Illinois State Scholars:
Bashar Al-Ajjo, Richard Belmonte III, Jackelyn Campos, Aidan Cashman, Grace Cloherty, Cinthia Dominguez, Sophie Doyle, Karah Allisohn Estillore, Christopher George, David Gora, Payton Gryzik, Emma Halfman, Bryce Hennig, Jakub Hojsan, Benjamin Jablonski, John Kucharewicz, Ryan Libiano, Maximino Martinez, Anna Mayschak, Sarah McNamara. Noah Morton. Shazia Najeeb, Mikaela Orbe, Hana Park, James Pasterski, Kunal Patel, Katia Pendowski, Neil Rasmussen, Bethany Remian, Miguel Reyes, Grace Ritter, Nicolas Rojas-Rodriguez, Olayinka Saba, Rachel Sacdalan, Daniel Salgado-Alvarez, Ryan Steffens, Julia Szynal, Kate Talens, Samantha Wadas, Joanna Wiater, Mark Wickstrom, Yash Patel, Thomas Youhn.
NMSQT Scholar: Maximino Martinez
National Hispanic Scholar:
Baseball, MSL East and regional champions in 2019; Girls soccer, MSL East champions in 2018; Girls softball, regional champions in 2019.
Speech team won MSL Championship in 2020
"Elf" (musical) and "The Tempest" (play).
Homecoming King and Queen: Constantino Thanopoulos and Megan Murray
Homecoming theme: Pixar
What was new for the Class of 2020:
New auxiliary gym; field house renovation; theater upgrades/renovation
Javy Baez, Anthony Rizzo and Kevin White all held kids camps at Elk Grove High School; Elk Grove alum and opera soprano Ailyn Perez; U.S. Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi spoke at Veterans Day assembly.
Principal's reflections on the Class of 2020:
The Class of 2020 grads have done and will continue doing great things. They set an extraordinarily high standard for academic success, with 2020 grads heading off to schools like MIT, Harvard, and UCLA. They shined in the fine and performing arts and the athletic arena, achieving recognition at the conference, area and state levels. They redefined what it means to be "ready" for life, engaging in authentic workplace learning and preparing to serve our country in the U.S. Armed Forces. In every way, the EGHS Class of 2020 has been a pleasure to know. I am thrilled to celebrate them!
-- Principal Paul Kelly