Hinsdale Central High School

Hinsdale Central Foundation

To the Hinsdale Central Foundation and the Community of Hinsdale Central High School, I am pleased to announce that Cameron Cimala, a 2008 grad, has assumed the role of the President of the Foundation. I have not gone far… to the Board of Directors as well as to liaison between the administration of Hinsdale Central with the Hinsdale Central Foundation board. Also, I am helping groups/individuals who would like to designate funds to the Foundation to be used to support further endeavors at Hinsdale Central.

More details can be found on our About HCF & Hall of Fame page

Respectfully,

Carol Lambert Bobo HC’73


The 2022 Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Dinner

The Induction Ceremony will take place on Thursday, Sept 22nd, 2022 at six O’clock PM.

RUTH LAKE COUNTRY CLUB
6200 S. Madison Street, Hinsdale, Illinois 60521

2022 INDUCTEES
DOUGLAS NEWBY
KERSTIN RONNING REGNERY
DAVID STONE
JEFF TOLBERT

Dinner ticket prices are $125.00 per person
Be a donor of the evening as well by adding to your dinner ticket payment
To pay (credit card or VENMO: @HCHS-Foundation) and complete a form by following the link provided below

You can securely purchase HOF dinner tickets here: https://hinsdalecentralfoundation.org/index.php/hof-tickets/


One Legacy. One Opportunity to get it right.

We have a historic opportunity for the Hinsdale Central Gymnastics community. Please help us in generating donations to convert the old swimming pool at Hinsdale Central into a quality gymnastics facility. Click Here for more details.


Hinsdale Central High School
named a
2021 National Blue-Ribbon School

Dear Friends of the Hinsdale Central Foundation:

What wonderful news that Hinsdale Central High School was named a 2021 National Blue-Ribbon School.  The award was presented in Washington D.C. in early November.

The Foundation needs your continued financial support to continue our endeavors with the Hinsdale Central community of teachers, coaches, students, administrators, and parents.  Please consider making a tax-deductible donation this year through a check made out to the Hinsdale Central Foundation P.O. Box 296 Clarendon Hills, IL 60514 or by making a secure payment from our Annual Appeal page: Annual Appeal Page

You can also make your donation through VENMO to @HCHS-Foundation.  For your reference, our tax identification number is 36-3923384.  Thank you so much for your continued support.

Respectfully,

Carol Lambert Bobo HC’73 – President Hinsdale Central Foundation                     


Become a member of the Hinsdale Central Foundation!

The Hinsdale Central Foundation has been providing support to the High School from alumni, parents, community members, and business leaders since 1991. The Foundation has supported student and teacher enrichment since the onset through Teacher Grants as well as beginning Project Achieve that has become the Excel programs. The Foundation honors inductees into the Hall of Fame on a yearly basis. We are proud to support and honor academic scholarship across all four years of high school through our Young Scholars program. Join the Hinsdale Central Foundation to continue to support academic excellence, enrichment, teacher grants, Hall of Fame, artist in residence as well as many other areas that the teachers and administration identify for us.
Click Here for the payment page

Thank you in advance – Carol Lambert Bobo ’73

As always, your contributions to the HC Foundation provide enrichment opportunities for Hinsdale Central students today and in the future.
ON BEHALF OF OUR STUDENTS AND TEACHERS AT HINSDALE CENTRAL…
THANK YOU!


Hall of Fame Update

The 2021 Hall of Fame inductees were:

• Tomi Adeyemi
Tomi is a 2011 Hinsdale Central High School graduate and has gone on to Harvard University to continue her studies. While at Hinsdale Central she participated in Student Council, Ambassador Club, Breaking Down the Walls, Forensics, and Student Body President. She emulates the character that defines success at Hinsdale Central High School which includes being kind, generous, honest, joyful and grateful. Two of her novels were honored on the New York Best Seller list including The Children of Blood and Bone which is being developed into a movie. She is a recipient of Forbes 30 under 30 in 2019, TIMES magazine 100 Most Influential People of 2020 in the “Pioneers” category and she teaches creative writing through her online course, The Writer’s Roadmap, which enabled her website to be named one of the 101 best websites for writers by Writer’s Digest.

• Harrison Bull
Harrison has been described as a teacher, coach, arbiter, and friend. He led the boys’ freshman gymnastics team from 1965 to 1985 which included nine State Championships. He left such a positive impact that the oldest Freshmen Gymnastics Invitational in Illinois was renamed to the Harrison Bull Gymnastics Invite in 1995. Not only a coach to gymnastics, Harrison taught self-esteem, confidence determination and perseverance to all students he had an opportunity to coach. He was also a Social Studies and Psychology teacher that was known to engage his students in spirited, often controversial outlooks on issues to help them develop their own perspectives and convictions on policies, rules, laws and more. Loyal, thoughtful, dedicated, and the person who saw the best in every single student enabled him to be a well-respected colleague and community member.

• Carolyn Kubitschek
Carolyn, a 1966 graduate of HTHS, is one of the leading attorneys in the United States in the fields of child welfare, civil rights, and disability law. She has devoted her career to advocating for the rights of poor people, especially mothers and children. A graduate of Oberlin College and the University of Chicago Law School.  She has been honored by the National Organization for Women’s NYC Chapter, the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives, the New York State Coalition Against Domestic Violence, the New York State Bar Association, the New York County Lawyers’ Association, and the Family Defense Center. She has been selected as a Super Lawyer; an honor given to the top two percent of lawyers in the United States.  Ms. Kubitschek resides in Brooklyn, NY, with her husband, and has two sons and four grandchildren.

• Tim Seeden
Tim is a 1975 Hinsdale Central High School graduate who has spent time as a head football manager, radio station manager and key club manager. He has held many roles and responsibilities throughout his community over the years. Being the Lisle Village Clerk and a nationwide professional event planner and association manager are pieces of his current accomplishments. Tim holds many distinctions, awards, honors, and leadership roles through Boy Scouts of America including the Silver Beaver Recipient in 2011 which is the highest honor awarded to an adult. He celebrated 40 years as a registered Scouter in 2014, and held the role of Vice Chairman of District Operations for the Three Fires Council Boy Scouts of America. He was honored with the Lisle Distinguished Citizen Award in 1992, a seven-time recipient of the American Society of Association Executives, the co-founder of the ‘Lisle Recycle Now’ project, and the Lisle Eyes to the Skies Festival Music Chair. Tim more than exemplifies the values and traditions of Hinsdale Central, he lives them every day of his life and passes these passions on to others.


Foundation Donations from Amazon

Amazon Smile

When shopping on Amazon, please use the Amazon Smile link (below) and select the Hinsdale Central Foundation. Amazon donates 0.5% of your eligible Amazon Smile purchases to this foundation which benefits the charitable work we provide for Hinsdale Central students and alumni.

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The Hinsdale Central Foundation was founded in 1991 as a means of providing support to the High School from alumni, parents, community members, and business leaders. Since its inception, the Foundation has supported student enrichment programs including Project Achieve, a grant to help students struggling academically, and the J. Kyle Braid Leadership Program.

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