Three out of 250 OPRF students who participated in the American Mathematics Competition, the longest running, most prestigious U.S. math contest for students, have qualified for the American Invitational Mathematics Examination (AIME).
Seven OPRF art students were recognized at the inaugural Illinois High School Regional Art Exhibition Art Show, held last Sunday at the Zhou Art Center in Chicago. Sixty-five schools participated in the art show and competition. Each school selected five works for display. In addition, senior art students could apply for a Senior Portfolio Scholarship by submitting their portfolio of work online. Several students took home awards:
"I'd definitely recommend this place to anyone looking for a higher-end dining experience" in the western suburbs, Carolyn said as she took a sip of wine between bites of perfectly prepared duck breast.
In its 54th year of operation, the Oak Park-River Forest Community Foundation gave awards to locals with a major philanthropic impact on the community at this year's Celebration of Philanthropic Excellence event on Feb. 18 at the Carleton of Oak Park Hotel.