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Featured Alumni

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  • Featured Alumna - May 2024

    Savannah Tully '16 Beaupied
    When I share about my life and what I am proud of, Chicago Christian High School always comes up. My time at CCHS was transformative and paved an incredible path for my future. The community brought me examples of God-led lives that I still remember. From classmates who were passionate about their devotion to Jesus to teachers who prayed at the opening of class, it was clear that God’s presence saturated this place. I still have my “Record of Becoming” reflections that I wrote while in Mr. Siemer’s Comp & Grammar class reminding me of the journey the Lord has walked with me.
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  • Featured Alumnus - April 2024

    Joshua Cortez '07
    It is crazy to think my time at CCHS came to an end seventeen years ago, and what comes to mind is a bittersweet feeling. Bitter in the sense I feel I didn’t take full advantage of my time there. My years there were amazing, but as I look back, I regret not leaning in academically, not taking hold of all the opportunities made available, and not embracing the community. Reflecting I realize how formative those years were. I see how God had been working through the staff, teachers, and administrators as they showed and shared the love, grace, and patience of Christ.
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  • Featured Alumna - March 2024

    Anna Schnyders '19
    While at CCHS, I was involved in extracurriculars through which I developed fond memories. I enjoyed being a part of the basketball team all four years of high school. My senior year was my favorite season because we made it to super sectionals and had a lot of fun. I learned that working hard pays off, but it’s important to have some fun along the way. I also enjoyed being a part of DECA, a club that prepares students for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management. I developed networking skills through DECA, and I have fond memories of the state competition which helped me learn to think on my feet. The PLTW Biomed classes were foundational in developing a desire to pursue a career in healthcare. 
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  • Featured Alumna - February 2024

    Anne Larsen '95 VanderWeele
    I remember my time at Chicago Christian High School fondly. Without a doubt, I formed lifetime friendships that continue to bring joy and support to my life. I was able to be a part of a lot of things, including student council, yearbook, basketball, and theater, which I really enjoyed. I remember an epic food fight and dances in the cafeteria, and sweating my ability to make it from A hall to C hall in time for class. I am indebted to CCHS for providing me with an education that grounded me in my faith. Every time I say the Apostles Creed, I remember Mr. Van Kampen's exposition on the importance of the word "seated", in the sentence "seated at the right hand of God the Father Almighty". God's salvation work was complete and there was nothing more to be added to on my end. I remember teachers who cared enough about us to allow us to ask difficult questions about the world, our faith, and what it meant for our lives. 
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  • Featured Alumnus - January 2024

    Jeremy Engbers '10
    My dad was hired as the guidance counselor at Chicago Christian in 1994. For 16 years, I roamed the hallways of CCHS, put up shots in the gym, and sat in the college counseling room outside of my dad’s office. By the time I arrived as a freshman, I already had a deep sense of pride in being a Knight - going to CCHS vs. Illiana basketball games since you were 3 years old will undoubtedly do that to you.

    Chicago Christian was much more than just school to me. It was, in many ways, a place where I felt at home. Summing up all of those years is challenging, and I’m not sure I would be able to do any of it justice. I have several fond memories in the classrooms and hallways, on the athletic fields, and in the auditorium.
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  • Featured Alumnus - December 2023

    Aaron Doorn '12
    Looking back at the four years I spent roaming the halls of Chicago Christian High School, I could recount many great memories of my time there.  I made many great friends and had the privilege of participating in numerous extracurricular activities, including basketball, WYSE team, and a scholastic bowl team that placed second in the state.  I also distinctly remember being challenged academically in ways that undoubtedly prepared me for my future, taking a keen interest in my science courses in particular.   Above all, I think back to the great example of Christian faith that was present at CCHS.  From the teachers as well as other staff, you could hear and see their faith firsthand both in and out of the classroom.  Varsity basketball coach Kevin Pittman was always quick to remind us that first and foremost he wanted us to become great men of Christ more so than just good basketball players. 
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