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WELCOME                                                                               
Greetings Parents, Students, Community Members, & Friends!

We are pleased that you have taken the time to visit Beecher High School's webpage.  I trust that the content you find will be valuable and informative.  We continue to make strides in improving all facets of the educational system, from a strong, nationally recognized academic curriculum taught by exemplary teachers to a co-curricular program that is competitive with the top high schools in the state.  Beecher High School has a strong tradition of producing graduates who are a reflection of our community.

Our goal at Beecher High School is to produce quality men and women who are prepared to succeed in a changing world.  We are interested in instilling citizenship, scholarship, and leadership skills so they are prepared for college, careers, and life upon leaving high school.  Beecher High School is committed to excellence and offers a rigorous curriculum that challenges students at all levels.  However, we cannot accomplish these goals without the help of parents, community members, and businesses.  I encourage you to get involved in the lives of our students and invest in our future!

Communication is paramount to the success of our students and I pride myself in being available to all constituents.  My door is always open, and you are welcome to contact me at (708) 946-2266 x1300 or nschilling@beecher200u.org.

Go Bobcats!

Sincerely,

Nathan S. Schilling, C. A.S.
Principal
Beecher High School

ABOUT MR. SCHILLING                                                                    
Nathan S. Schilling is currently in his sixth year as Principal of Beecher High School and previously held positions in Woodstock, Chicago, and Carpentersville.  His instructional experience includes secondary band, orchestra, general music, and science.  From 2009 to 2012, he served as a high school department chair for art, music, and world languages.  Mr. Schilling received degrees from Lake Forest College, Northwestern University, and National-Louis University and is pursuing a doctorate in educational leadership at Concordia University Chicago, where he teaches postgraduate courses as Adjunct Professor of Leadership.  Mr. Schilling is President of the River Valley Conference and a frequent presenter at the national, state, and county levels on a variety of topics such as college and career readiness, crisis management, curriculum and assessment, and human resources.  He was selected for inclusion in Who’s Who in North American Education and has received professional commendations from the Northbrook Park District, City of Woodstock, Chicago Public Schools, Beecher Community Unit School District 200U, Illinois High School Association, and Illinois Association of School Administrators.  His professional memberships include the latter as well as the Illinois Principals Association. Mr. Schilling resides in Beecher and enjoys music, fishing, martial arts, and classic cars in his spare time.
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