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  • Conrady Twitter profile is up and running!

    Click on the "Connect with us on Twitter" button to follow our stream

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  • Empower Teens to Make Good Choices

    Practical Tips for Parents to be held Tuesday, March 1, at 7:00 p.m. at Sandburg High School.

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  • The Resource Force has updated Conrady on our progress towards the $2500 Grand Prize. We are currently in second place!

    Current grade leaders are Mrs. Piper for 6th grade, Dr. D for 7th grade and Mrs. Glaubke for 8th grade. Presently there are only two kits separating 1st and 2nd place. Let's all help Conrady win the grand prize! Remember to fill out all the required information so your application can be counted. If your family submitted an application, but has not received a kit, please resubmit with all the necessary information.

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  • Cat Fight

    The Conrady Jaguars couldn’t scratch out a win Thursday as they dropped four contests to the Century Junior High Wildcats. The 7th and 8th Grade Girls’ Volleyball teams lost a pair of matches at home, while the Boys’ basketball teams were similarly beaten on the road in Orland Park. Next up: Prairie View on Tuesday.

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  • February 2016 Courier

    Important Dates and News.

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  • Back on Track

    After a rough couple of games, Conrady’s 7th and 8th Grade basketball teams used their home court to get back on track as they knocked off the Jerling Jayhawks Tuesday. The Lady Jaguars also played with poise at Jerling, with the 8th Grade Girls’ volleyball team winning a three-game match. They will host Century Junior High on Thursday.

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  • Family Math Nigh

    Thursday, March 10th at Glen Oak Elementary School, 6:00-8:00 PM

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  • Teamwork on Display

    Conrady’s 7th and 8th Grade Girls’ Volleyball teams posted back-to-back wins Thursday in beating Simmons Middle School in two games each. The 7th Grade Girls raced off to a fast start then held on for a win in game one, before winning handily in game two. The 8th Grade Girls similarly started quick, then found themselves in a competitive match that seesawed back and forth, especially in the second game. Meanwhile, the 8th Grade Boys’ Basketball team eked out a win at Simmons, while the 7th Grade team lost for the first time this year in a contest that went into overtime. Next up: Rival Palos South on Tuesday.

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  • Clean Sweep!

    Tuesday was cleaning day as Conrady’s sports teams made a clean sweep against Liberty Junior High. The Boys’ 7th and 8th Grade Basketball teams both claimed victories at Conrady, while the Girls’ 7th and 8th Grade Volleyball teams netted two more wins at Liberty. Next up: Simmons on Thursday.

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  • Electronic Payment System for Lunches Comes to Conrady

    Conrady Junior High School and District 117 is pleased to announce that an electronic lunch payment system for student lunch purchases is now available.

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Principal's Message

Conrady's 2015-2016 School Year marks 50 years of education sporting two newly renovated hallways and restrooms as a part of a multi-year project. This renovation has been long needed in improving the learning conditions of a very worn and outdated facility.

Our curriculum and systems in place are stronger than ever. Conrady offers a wide variety of extra-curricular programs that include award-winning academic, music, dance, and sport teams as evidenced in annual conference titles and competition trophies.Our staff and students are dedicated, determined to success, and distinguished for accomplishments. 
 
Please don't hesitate to contact me at my direct office phone line of 708-233-4505. I will be most happy to assist you with questions or concerns.