Other notable performances include:
- National Charter School Conference
- Arie Crown Theater
- Aon Center
- W Hotel - Michelle Rhee, keynote speaker
- Field Museum
- Barnes & Noble (fundraiser)
- Whole Foods (fundraiser)
Music Department Staff:
- Mr. Ben Das: Band, Jazz
- Mr. Brian Pavloff: Choir, Jazz
- Mr. Philip Stosberg: Percussion, Jazz
- Mr. Sam Trump: Brass Specialist, Jazz
Playing sports at Pritzker College Prep is a privilege. Students at Pritzker work hard in the classroom and that hard work and discipline pays off on the fields and courts. Pritzker has won its share of Noble Network Championships in all of the sports we offer. Our football team went undefeated two years in a row. We have even won a State Championship in Men’s Rugby. One of our alumni was a member of the Academic All-State Football team. Championships and individual honors are great, but what we are most proud of at Pritzker is how our athletes act on and off the field. We play sports the way they were meant to be played. We work hard. Win or lose we work hard. Our coaches understand the culture at Pritzker; this is why they choose to stay even though they might have the chance to coach at bigger programs. They all know that the athletes on their team are respectful, hardworking, and disciplined. Very few high school athletes are going to play in college, and even fewer will play professionally. However, at Pritzker College Prep, each student athlete will be part of a team that will enhance their chances of success in life because of the values that we instill.
Football | Soccer | Cross Country | Basketball | Baseball | Rugby | Ultimate Frisbee
Rugby | Volleyball | Cross Country | Basketball | Soccer | Softball | Cheerleading
Junior Marine Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC)
MCJROTC’s mission is to develop informed and responsible citizens. Also, develop leadership skills and strengthen character. The mission is to promote an understanding of the basic elements and requirements for national security. In addition, it is to help form habits of self-discipline. To develop respect for, and an understanding of, the need for constituted authority in a democratic society. This is embodied in the MCJROTC creed:
“I am a Marine cadet
I will strife to live by the Marine Corps Core Values
Honor, Courage, Commitment.
I will be truth to myself and to others
I will not lie, cheat, or steal.
I will serve my school, community, and country.
I will wear my uniform with pride.
I will do my personal best at all times.
I will honor those who had gone before me.
I will respect and honor my parents or guardians.
The few, the proud, the finest! – the Marine cadets
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