Lemont Junior Achievement to sell “Lemont 365” tearaway calendar

Lemont 365

Lemont High School’s Junior Achievement company is selling the perfect holiday gift for any Lemonter! Sales of the “Lemont 365” calendar have begun, and customers have the opportunity to save 25 percent on their purchase through Wednesday, December 14.

Purchase the "Lemont 365" calendar here now!

Lemont’s Junior Achievement company – LHS Publishing, Inc. – has developed the “Lemont 365” calendar with Lemonters in mind! This daily tearaway calendar for 2023 is community based and filled with inspirational quotes and fun facts about the Village of Lemont and Lemont High School.

Through Wednesday, December 14, LHS Publishing will sell “Lemont 365” at the reduced price of $15. The price increases to $20 on December 15. Purchasing by December 14 will save customers 25 percent!

To purchase “Lemont 365”, please click the link above. Individuals who prefer not to purchase online should contact Junior Achievement faculty sponsor John Aspel.

Tentatively, purchases may be picked up inside the main entrance at Lemont High School from 2:45-5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, January 11, and Thursday, January 12. The initial distribution dates have been rescheduled due to shipping delays. No items will be mailed.

Lemont’s Junior Achievement organization annually builds a business from scratch. A student-led board creates a product, sells stock in the company and markets the product, with a goal of reaping dividends for its shareholders.

This year’s Junior Achievement board includes seniors Lauren Meyer (Co-Team Leader of Customer Service) and John Vranas (Team Leader of Management), and juniors Lydia Pelen (Team Leader of Finance), Lukas Petraitis (Co-Team Leader of Customer Service), Nathan Tilly (Team Leader of Supply Chain) and Cael Whitchurch (Team Leader of Marketing).

Established in 1919, Junior Achievement is an educational nonprofit organization that brings financial literacy, work readiness, and entrepreneurship programs into classrooms from kindergarten through high school. Junior Achievement of Chicago is the largest of the organization’s offices in the United States. Its programs empower students to make a connection between what they learn in school and how it can be applied in the real world – enhancing the relevance of their classroom learning and increasing their understanding of the value of staying in school.

Junior Achievement of Chicago Website

Lemont High School’s Junior Achievement entries have earned eight Chicagoland “Company of the Year” accolades in the last 14 years, including victories in 2018, 2019 and 2020. 

For more information, contact Junior Achievement faculty adviser John Aspel at (630) 243-3808.