Teen Commits Suicide After Constant Bullying Friends Of Scott Walz Create Facebook Page In His Honor JOHNSBURG, Ill. (CBS) ― Scott Walz, 18, committed suicide after he was constantly bullied at Johnsburg High School in McHenry County. CBS A local family should be celebrating a son's graduation, instead they are mourning his death. Scott Walz took his own life after enduring what his family describes as years of bullying. They say the school did not do enough to stop it. Now, as CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini reports, his friends are taking action to prevent future tragedies. Scott Walz was a senior at Johnsburg High School in McHenry County when he committed suicide on March 4, 2010. His family and friends say the school did not do enough to stop the bullies who had tormented him throughout high school, and even in middle school. Scott had a black belt in Karate, but his mom, Nancy Walz, says he did not fight back. Full article at link: http://cbs2chicago.com/local/bullying.scott.walz.2.1731726.html So sad, another teen gone. Sadly, in this article the school principle says he was unaware of the bullying despite this young man having endured bullying since grade school. When is this going to stop? Kids are so rotten to each other and they don't care about the implications. RIP Scott.