Joliet Central High School Alumna Lily Luna contributes positively to the community and global society in her extraordinary work as a Finance Officer for the United Nations. She did so by working hard to develop her abilities in leadership, languages, and accounting throughout her journey, which began in Joliet.Read more
Chris Braggs, Joliet West High School Class of 1997, is a successful photographer and videographer who, in September 2016, founded The New Hue, a community program committed to changing the perception of men of color in Joliet. The New Hue has been featured in the Herald News, The Times Weekly, and other local news sources.Read more
Joliet Central’s Class of 1985 alumnus Ken Strickland is NBC’s vice president and Washington, DC Bureau Chief. After starting off as an associate producer at Dateline in 1995, he worked his way up the ranks, and now leads NBC’s editorial affairs and administration and works closely with NBC executives in his post atop the Washington bureau. His career story was featured on NBC news, available at https://www.nbcnews.com/video/ken-strickland-nbcs-new-dc-bureau-chief-17421379920?v=railb&Read more
Joliet Township High School recently received a donated portrait of the late JTHS alumnus Robert Baher, from the Class of 1939. This portrait was painted by his friend, the late JTHS alumna Lillian Brulc. Both Baher and Brulc loved the arts, the Joliet community, and their Slovenian heritage.Read more
Joliet Central High School Homecoming takes place on Saturday, September 22. This year’s theme is “Let’s Glow Crazy.”
The Varsity Homecoming Football Game for Joliet Central High School vs. Plainfield Central begins with the sophomore game at 10:30 a.m., followed by the varsity game at 1:00 p.m.