About D99 Education Foundation

In 1994, area business, community and education leaders established the District 99 Education Foundation, a not-for-profit alliance to assist Community High School District 99, North and South High Schools, in their efforts to deliver a superior education to our children.
Since its inception, the Foundation has remained focused on its mission and has invested nearly $300,000 for enhancement programs for students and teachers at both North and South High Schools.

Purpose of Newsletter

We want to provide information to our alumni on the direction of the school district, to create a community for past graduates to find information on one another and to provide financial assistance to support innovative curriculum and technologies that fall outside traditional public funding.
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Events & Happenings

"The 7's" Class Reunion

October 13, 2017 will be the Crosstown football game between DGS & DGN. Alumni from both schools will be in attendance. Click here for more info.

Volunteers In The Classroom

A DGN Alum, Alex Olsen helped out Ms. Miller's lampworking class. Please contact us if you would be interested in learning more about volunteer opportunities

Impacting the Lives of Students

Your donations help support our programming and directly contribute to the success of D99 students. A gift of $10 or more can make a big difference! 

The D99 Education Foundation has a Walk of Honor Brick Program for graduates, students, parents, alumni and teachers. The walkways of North and South High celebrate rich tradition and this is one way to honor individuals and/or groups who have made a mark on their histories. Order your brick today! Proceeds from brick sales supports teacher grants and student learning at DGN and DGS Schools. It also makes a great graduation gift!
Order Your Brick!

Teacher Grants Make A Difference

The D99 Foundation is collaborating with teachers to fund innovation in their classrooms and beyond. Click here to find out what we were able to purchase this year.

Meeting Mr. Wonderful

Find out how one DGN Alum made his way onto the hit series, Shark Tank. Charlie Williams is a 2006 graduate of Downers North High School and never imagined a career in business. Until he met Kevin O'Leary. Learn more here.


D99 Education Foundation gets to the heart of teaching students 

2016-17 Comes to a Close at District 99  

The 2016-17 school  year is coming to a close at District 99, and the Class of 2017 is set to graduate on June 9. Throughout the year, students continued to perform well academically and made notable (and numerous!) accomplishments in their extracurricular activities as well. To read full highlights of the year, please view the 2017-18 Year in Review publication. 
You are always welcome to visit! Check the school websites for complete calendar listings of performances and athletic events in 2017-18.
Homecoming is another popular time for alumni to visit. North High’s homecoming game will be on Friday, September 22 (vs. Glenbard West); South High’s homecoming will be on Friday, September 29 (vs. Morton). Check the district’s North High and South High alumni pages for details and reunion listings.
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6301 Springside Avenue
Downers Grove, IL. 60516

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