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•   Brenda Folkes (Janko)  10/13
•   James Savage  10/16
•   Douglas Hotchkiss  10/20
•   Judy Papi (Papi)  10/22
•   Nancy Russo (Sinclair)  10/22
•   Chip Uppling  10/22
•   Diane Kurdziel (Skeet)  10/23
•   Michael Sennett  10/24
•   Susan Goodling (Mills)  10/31
•   John Connelly  11/1
•   Gail Nielsen  11/2
•   Sharon Wieser (Dolezal)  11/3
•   William Rogers  11/7
•   Teresa Kettleborough (Roston)  11/12



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1 lives in Alabama
10 live in Arizona
1 lives in Arkansas
5 live in California
8 live in Colorado
1 lives in Connecticut
13 live in Florida
4 live in Georgia
1 lives in Hawaii
115 live in Illinois
1 lives in Indiana
2 live in Iowa
1 lives in Kentucky
4 live in Michigan
7 live in Minnesota
4 live in Missouri
1 lives in Montana
1 lives in Nebraska
1 lives in Nevada
3 live in New Mexico
1 lives in New York
5 live in North Carolina
4 live in Ohio
3 live in Oregon
1 lives in Pennsylvania
1 lives in Puerto Rico
4 live in South Carolina
6 live in Tennessee
8 live in Texas
2 live in Utah
2 live in Virginia
1 lives in Washington
15 live in Wisconsin
1 lives in Wyoming
1 lives in Andorra
214 location unknown
47 are deceased


Percentage of Joined Classmates: 53.1%

A:   245   Joined
B:   216   Not Joined


•   John Mackey  2010
•   Larry Jimenez  2019
•   Lewis Jones  2019
•   Ralph Schumacher  2018
•   Herbert Bowker  2001
•   Barbara Olmon (Barreto)  2018
•   Alexis Mitchell (Carter)  2017
•   Gail Glassner  2000
•   Steven Lohrmann  2015
•   Laurie Linden (Haley)  2015
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The History of Forest View High School 

When the first high school building was built in 1922 for Arlington Heights to accommodate its' 101 high school kids, thoughts did not comprehend the immense future growth the town would have. By the late 1950s, the high school-aged population had grown to well over 2000 students. Plans were soon made to build a new high school to relieve the pressure on the many-times expanded Arlington High School. In 1962 Forest View High School was created.  Forest View High School served the community for nearly 25 years. It was in the mid 1980s that talks of now-decreasing enrollment led to the closure of Forest View High School in 1986. Kids who attended Forest View High School in 1986 were given the choice of attending Elk Grove, Prospect, or Rolling Meadows high schools.  

The Forest View High School building was put to excellent use and today is home to five entities: 
    1.  Offices for District 214,
    2.  Community Education offices,
    3.  Newcomer H.S. (for H.S. students new to America),
    4.  Vangard H.S. (Spec.Needs not identified as Special Ed),
    5.  Forest View Alternative School (Special Ed students).
Forest View High School Quick Facts
Year opened:                      1962
Year of last grad. class:        1986
Year closed:                       1986
School Team nickname:        The "Falcons"
School colors:                     Silver, Black & Gold
School Fight Song:             "Fight for Forest View" 
Talk up the spirit, Falcon Spirit
We’re gonna win this game,
Silver, gold and black our colors
We’re proud to shout our name,
Forest View High School
You are my school
I’ll do my best for you,
Falcon fly high put your wing to the sky
And bring victory to Forest View.
Forest View, our Forest View
We will always remember you
For the friends we have known these years,
For the laughter and the tears
For the goals achieved with pride
Foes we’ve conquered side by side
We’ll remain forever true
To our alma mater Forest View.

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