James B. Conant High School opened in 1964 as a freshman, sophomore and junior campus for Schaumburg Township, as a part of Township High School District 211. Dr. James B. Conant – chemist, educator and author who gave his name to the school was a leading authority on teacher education. He was instrumental in developing the comprehensive high school system that is used today.
As a comprehensive high school with a long standing tradition of academic excellence, the James B. Conant school community is committed to developing lifelong learners who are able to employ critical thinking and problem solving skills in an increasingly diverse global society.
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Blue and white with a touch of scarlet
Cougars fight for dear old Conant High
For our alma mater cheer.
Fight for Conant High School; never fear
For victory is near.
When the going gets so rough and tough,
We’ll never worry ’cause we got the stuff.
So fight, fight, fight for blue and white
And we’ll go to victory.
Conant High, fight, fight, never die
Stand, cheer, go team, Victory’s near.
Rough, tough, Conant High has the stuff