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Northbrook Patch Honors High School Graduates: Class Of 2020

NORTHBROOK, IL — Northbrook Patch wants to share the achievements of local high school graduates by putting them in the spotlight over the next few weeks. Due to the coronavirus, in-person instruction has canceled the rest of the 2019-2020 school year in Illinois. We know these wonderful seniors are missing out on some of the last moments of the school year.

We hope that this will give the community a way to share their pride in our Class of 2020 high school graduates. You can find the form here if you’d like to add your graduate. Patch will be updating this form until May 31.

Here are few of the Northbrook Class of 2020 high school graduates:

Lee Graff, Glenbrook North High School

Photo by Ronni Graff

Lee is a member of the Boys Bowling team and Key Club. He will attend Harper College for cooking and hospitality.

Message from the family: “Congratulations Lee, love Mom, Dad, Amy & Cheryl.”

Alicia Ortega, Glenbrook South High School

Alicia will attend the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Message from the family: “Congratulations, Alicia! We are so incredibly proud of you!!”

Margo Weissman, Glenbrook North High School

Margo is a Varsity Pommer, Orchesis Dancer, Senior Board member, Relay for Life. She will attend University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Message from the family: “Margo – we are so proud of you and all that you have accomplished so far. We can not wait to watch you grow and soar the next four years. We love you!”

Charlie Weissman, Glenbrook North High School

Charlie was Student body president, Varsity tennis player, Co-President of Spartan Buddies. He will attend the University of Michigan – Ross School of Business.

Message from the family: “Charlie – congratulations on all of your amazing accomplishments. You have really fulfilled everything you set out to do and we could not be prouder of you. We are looking forward to watching you soar in the next chapter. We love you!”

Kelly Mangas, Glenbrook North High School

Kelly loves marketing, interior design and history. She will attend Purdue University for business and marketing.

Message from the family: “Great Job and Congratulations, you made it!”

This article originally appeared on the Northbrook Patch

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