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STUDENTS | June 12, 2019
Amado Candelario, a senior at Solorio High School, is headed to Harvard University this fall and is determined to make a difference.
STUDENTS | April 12, 2019
Nine-year-old dinosaur lover, Robert, meets world-renowned paleontologist Paul Sereno and brings his class.
STUDENTS | April 9, 2019
This spring break, nine students from Lindblom’s Arabic World Language program will travel to Morocco.
STUDENTS | March 20, 2019
Five Butler College Prep students and a recent graduate were awarded full-tuition scholarships to attend the University of Illinois at Chicago.
STUDENTS | March 15, 2019
Nearly 700 African American and Latino male high school students gathered at Chicago State University for the 6th Annual Young Men of Color Summit.
STUDENTS | February 27, 2019
Jones College Prep sophomore, Owen Charles, shares a snippet of his award-winning story about his grandfather’s migration to the North.
STUDENTS | January 28, 2019
Students at Bowen High School kicked off Computer Science Education Week by participating in The Hour of Code.
STUDENTS | January 10, 2019
Butler College Prep junior, and his partner Samantha, competed in the National Figure Roller Skating Competition, where they placed first.
STUDENTS | December 10, 2018
Goode Academy seniors, Devin Thomas and Cheyenne Henry, will graduate early with their associate degree.
SCHOOLS | May 6, 2019
Robert Clarke teaches AP Calculus at Solorio High School.
SCHOOLS | March 11, 2019
Bronzeville Classical School partnered with the community to host their first school-wide community service project.
SCHOOLS | February 28, 2019
Shohn Williams shares his journey from basketball to education.
SCHOOLS | February 20, 2019
Principal Chris Goins teaches a new class that exposes men of color to educational careers.
SCHOOLS | January 10, 2019
Fulbright winner and North Lawndale College Prep teacher, Nathan Ramin, spent time abroad in New Zealand.
SCHOOLS | December 10, 2018
South Shore teacher, Scenecia Curtis, discussed her 14 years of teaching, her time in Africa, and how she hopes to inspire the next generation.
SCHOOLS | November 27, 2018
Brian Coleman was one of six finalists, nationwide, who were nominated.
SCHOOLS | October 31, 2018
The school’s mini-goldendoodle teaches students independence and creates a calming effect for students with behavioral disorders.
DISTRICT | June 3, 2019
Meet the winners of the first-ever Civic Action Recognition Awards.
DISTRICT | May 6, 2019
We want to thank all of our teachers for their dedication and commitment to our students.
DISTRICT | April 24, 2019
During the week of May 6-10, please join us and celebrate Chicago’s amazing teachers.
DISTRICT | April 12, 2019
Safe haven sites are open to students during spring break.
DISTRICT | March 25, 2019
Schools will receive more than $55 million in additional funding for the 2019-20 school year to support the largest academic program expansion.
DISTRICT | March 19, 2019
At Chicago Public Schools (CPS), our collective goal is to provide every student in every neighborhood with a rigorous, well-rounded education that prepares them for success […]
DISTRICT | February 22, 2019
They were ask what inspired them to pursue education and what impact they hope to have on students.
DISTRICT | February 13, 2019
Join us in celebrating our educators on Valentine’s Day!
DISTRICT | January 23, 2019
As an educator, I am proud of our gains, and I am clear on the dedication, hard work, and focus required to achieve them.
DISTRICT | January 9, 2019
We are expanding the Advanced Placement (AP) Capstone program to six additional high schools in the 2019-2020 school year.
SPORTS | November 6, 2018
Senior GiHo Jeong shares how he got on the powerlifting path.
SPORTS | March 30, 2018
New to the sport, freshman Kayla Gant, earned first place in the Girls Varsity Indoor Shot Put Championship
SPORTS | March 28, 2018
Marshall HS Coach Dorothy Gaters discusses her legacy, what pushes her and her greatest life learned lesson in her over 30 years of coaching.
SPORTS | March 20, 2018
Mayra Morales, a junior, is the new 2018 State Wrestling Champion. She has been competing for three years.
SPORTS | March 9, 2018
Melissa De La Garza is the only female on Solorio Academy High School’s wrestling team and the second in school history.
SPORTS | February 26, 2018
Marshall High School held a rally Monday to celebrate Saturday’s win. The team is the new 2018 Class 2A Girls Basketball Champions.
SPORTS | February 10, 2016
Following Super Bowl 50, acclaimed NFL players and coaches are honoring the schools that put them on the path to greatness.
SPORTS | January 7, 2016
Kelly High School’s band brought in the New Year at the 2015 Sugar Bowl.