In 1997, Bartlett High School opened its doors to the community. Since its inception, Bartlett High School has shared an Athletic Complex with other School District U-46 high schools. Currently, Bartlett High School competes at Millennium Field, located on the grounds of Streamwood High School. Bartlett High School hosts home athletic events at Millennium Field. Students, athletes, parents, community members and fans travel to this location to support the Bartlett High School Hawks in a variety of athletic events. Thus, the Bartlett community has identified a need for an activity complex.
As a result, the Bartlett High School General Boosters have set forth to work with School District U-46 Administrative Officials to develop a process to increase community support for the project, fundraise and create a plan such that an Activity Complex can be raised on the site of Bartlett High School. Ultimately, School District U-46 will own, operate and maintain the Complex in perpetuity.
Bartlett High School Needs A Home (Field).
Currently students travel by bus to Streamwood High School for games and events.
Current Bartlett Activity Complex Plans include:
- A synthetic turf athletic field.
- New long jump and running track facilities.
- Home bleachers (2,500 capacity) and visitor bleachers (1,000 capacity).
- New scoreboard and field lighting.
- Pavilions with concessions, ticketing, storage and washrooms.
The Activity Complex will benefit:
- All U-46 and all Bartlett Hawks, including athletes, band members, fans, physical education classes, assembly attendees and more.
- Parents, community members and fans.
- Bartlett Park District for athletic, fitness and other events.
- Community youth leagues for training, practices and events.
- Area corporations, who could potentially host events.
- Community and charity events like Special Olympics, March of Dimes and Relay for Life.
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