Dundee Jr High and Middle School


Welcome to the Carpentersville Memories Dundee Jr High Page.  Our goal is to bring back some fun memories of growing up in the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s and 1980s.  


We bring back Memories you didn’t know you had

Did you go to Dundee Jr High or Middle School?

Dundee Jr High and Middle School

This school’s original location was in the building that housed the Dundee High School (its second location). The building was erected in 1921. The middle school (at that time it was Junior High) started after Dundee High moved to a new building in 1954. The school moved to a new building in 1978.

The mascot is the cardunal (not a typo of cardinal!) The name stands for CARpenterville, DUNdee, ALgonquin. See Dundee High to find out why. The school colors are red and black. 

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.

Click on the links below to open the Dundee Middle School Memory Book PDF

1958-59 Dundee Jr High School Yearbook

1967-68 Dundee Middle School Yearbook

1968-69 Dundee Middle School Yearbook

1972-73 Dundee Middle School Yearbook

1973-74 Dundee Middle School Yearbook

1974-75 Dundee Middle School Yearbook

Click on the images below to open them in the image viewer

Dundee Jr High School 1958-59

Dundee Middle School 1967-68

Dundee Middle School 1968-69

Dundee Middle School 1972-73

Dundee Middle School 1973-74

Dundee Middle School 1974-75


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