PRIDE Awards

  • The PRIDE Awards were created by the District 200 Board of Education in 1990 to honor outstanding graduating seniors. The word, “PRIDE” is an acronym that WHS, D200 & WNHS logos stands for “Positive Recognition iDistrict 200 Education.” Awards are given in seven different categories which represent the qualities the Board believes the community truly values in its graduates: scholarship, personal achievement, vocational excellence, fine arts, community service, school service and athletics.

    PRIDE Award winners are announced at the annual Senior Awards programs, and winners receive a special medallion to wear at graduation.

2021 PRIDE Awards

  • Congratulations to the 2021 PRIDE Award Recipients!

    • Top Row, Left to Right:  Zach Adams, Elizabeth Arnold, Emma Bremer, Gunner Dunnett, Allison Goers
    • Row Two, Left to Right:  Kyla Grismer, Abigail Heidtke, Samantha Keyzer, Lili Duran Monero, Theresa Presisto
    • Row Three, Left to Right:  Isabella Reyes, Ramiya Robinson, Angelina Smith, Zoe Snook, Black Svitak
    • Bottom Row, Left to Right:  McKenna Sweet, Jason Thurow, Allison Vandiver, Marissa Wells, Clara Wilk

    Collage photo of 2021 PRIDE Award Recipients

Woodstock High School

  • Athletics WHS logo

    • Theresa Presisto
    • Zach Adams

    Community Service

    • Abigail Heidtke

    Fine Arts

    • Elizabeth Arnold, Music
    • Zoe Snook, Theatre
    • Clara Wilk, Visual Arts

    Personal Achievement  

    • Allison Vandiver

    Scholarship

    • McKenna Sweet

    School Service

    • Lili Duran Montero

    Vocational

    • Gunner Dunnett

Woodstock North High School

  • Athletics  WNHS logo

    • Allison Goers
    • Blake Svitak

    Community Service

    • Emma Bremer

    Fine Arts

    • Samantha Keyzer, Music
    • Angelina Smith, Theatre
    • Isabella Reyes, Visual Arts

    Personal Achievement

    • Ramiya Robinson

    Scholarship

    • Jason Thurow

    School Service

    • Kyla Grismer

    Vocational

    • Marissa Wells