The communities of Norridge and Harwood Heights, a suburban neighborhoods on the outskirts of Chicago, are home to immigrant families spanning multiple generations. There is no town square and not much of a shared history or experience with other residents; however, Ridgewood High School is the one experience that everyone shares.

It is a life-long experience.

Residents come there as young students; return as parents for their children; use the gym or auditorium facilities; and learn as adult learners in its extension classes.

In this very real sense, Ridgewood High School is the community.

Politics in Your High School

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1961 Imperial Yearbook

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1962 Imperial Yearbook

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1963 Imperial Yearbook

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1963 Graduation Program

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1964 Imperial Yearbook

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1964 IAFTA Camp

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1964 Roman Banquet

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1964 May Roundabout Newspaper

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1964 Senior Prom Program

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School Management Journal

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1965 Imperial Yearbook

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1966 Imperial Yearbook

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1967 Imperial Yearbook

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1968 Imperial Yearbook

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1969 Imperial Yearbook

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2008 Pioneer Press Article

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