" The turning point in my life was coming to CJHS because that was when I became a leader. I was empowered by my teachers and I learned how to be a good student. I developed a good work ethic, I took initiative, and I got to shape a lot of things that are still in existence at CJHS today. I definitely wouldn’t trade my unique experience for anything."
By: Jon Kerr
DEERFIELD — Basketball teams often reference the relationship between on-court success and off-court chemistry.
This season, players from Chicagoland Jewish’s boys team have spoken openly about how close they are to one another. The Tigers, a Class 1A regional champion, may represent one group in which the pronounced bond is real.
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