History in Mount Greenwood
Brother Rice High School
Brother Rice High School is an all-male, Catholic, college preparatory school that was founded by the Christian Brothers of Ireland in 1956 at 10001 South Pulaski Road. Its notable alumni include Kevin Cronin (lead singer and rhythm guitarist of REO Speedwagon), Michael Flatley (dancer, choreographer, and creator of “Riverdance”), John C.
Polaris High School in Mount Greenwood Chicago
Polaris High School, located at 10701 Kilpatrick Avenue in Mount Greenwood Chicago, is best known for educating internationally renowned music sensation Kanye West. Born in Atlanta, Georgia on June 8, 1977, West moved to the Chicago suburbs at the age of three, following his parents’ divorce.