The most significant Friends of Sullivan project to date, the FOS fully funded the conversion of Sullivan’s tired and less than functional library space into The Ellen Glasser Global Center, an exciting new space that promotes learning and fellowship among Sullivans English Learner population as well as the rest of the student body.

Here’s a cheer for the Sullivan High School Alumni Association. Over nearly three decades, the faithful alums contributed over $300,000 to Sullivan; 80 percent of it for student scholarships, and the rest for the “Teachers Wish List,” which usually meant money for supplies teachers were paying for out of pocket. Sadly, the Sullivan High Alumni Association disbanded at the end of last year.

With  last year's Friends of Sullivan Thanksgiving Celebration such a huge success, Principal Adams proudly announced: "Let's make a tradition of this!" 

Please join us to celebrate Thanksgiving with students who are among America's newest residents. These students will express that for which they are thankful and share their traditions with us.

Sullivan High School is set to receive $25 million from Chicago Public Schools for much needed, top-down improvements to the 93-year old building at 6631 N. Bosworth Ave.

“This money for improving our infrastructure sends a clear message that our kids matter. These funds will mean we will be to give them a clean, safe, and dry environment for learning with no more peeling paint or stuff falling from the ceiling,” says Principal Chad Adams-Thomas.

Sullivan High School Hosts “Ribbon Cutting” Ceremony For New Ellen Glasser Global Center

Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky and Alderwoman Maria Hadden (49th) were among dignitaries attending Sullivan High School’s Ribbon Cutting Ceremony commemorating the opening of its Ellen Glasser Global Center, Monday, June 17th. (pictured: Congresswoman Schakowsky, speaking at event.)

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