Dundee-Crown High School
Welcome to the Carpentersville Memories Dundee-Crown High Page. Our goal is to bring back some fun memories of growing up in the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s and 1980s.
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Did you go to Dundee-Crown High School?
With another shift in population (too little to keep two high schools operating), this school was created. The Crown building houses this school. The first school year was 1983-1984. The grades that would be there that first year got to vote on the school colors and mascot.
Students come from Algonquin, Carpentersville, East Dundee, West Dundee, Sleepy Hollow, southwest Cary, southwest Fox River Grove, and western Barrington Hills. The feeder main schools are Algonquin Middle, Carpentersville Middle School, and Dundee Middle School.
The school is still open. At times, there were/are annexes to accommodate increasing populations due to an increase in housing and younger children growing up.
The colors became blue and red. Their mascot is a charger. The D-C marching band’s name combined the names of the former (and namesake) schools. They were the Imperial Scots; open to all district students. They used Dundee’s leftover uniforms. Later and currently, they are known as the Dundee Crown Marching Chargers. The uniforms are blue and white with a red stripe that resembles a sash.
We are always trying to add to the content of our website. If you have any images, class photos or memory books to share please contact us.
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Images from Dundee-Crown High School
Images from Dundee-Crown High School Reunions
Images from Dundee-Crown High Class of 1986 20th Reunion
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