STUDENTS | November 10, 2020
Fourth-grade students at Hamline Elementary created poems that reflected their unique backgrounds by answering the question: “where do you come from?”
STUDENTS | October 29, 2020
It’s important for students like me to learn about important issues because the history of tomorrow is happening right now.
STUDENTS | July 14, 2020
Legacy Crew members collaborate to educate their peers about a specific topic by organizing fundraisers, giving presentations, and creating a mural.
STUDENTS | July 8, 2020
Even as Jackie became a more independent student, she never lost sight of the importance of asking for help.
STUDENTS | July 7, 2020
On top of strong academic performance, Brianna will always be remembered at McAuliffe for her maturity.
STUDENTS | July 2, 2020
Vaughn Occupational students combined cooking and community to create an award-winning meal.
STUDENTS | July 1, 2020
While many adults might not know what terraforming means, recent Prescott Elementary graduate Ava M. spent much of eighth grade learning all about it.
STUDENTS | June 27, 2020
New to Chicago, senior Lola decided to dive into the history of jazz to learn more about Chicago and the impact jazz had on the music world.
STUDENTS | June 24, 2020
Rising 7th grader Avery discovered the magic of the popular show Soul Train leading her to uncover how the trailblazing show broke barriers.
STUDENTS | June 23, 2020
When writing a letter to her state representative advocating for gender equality, student Britney Q. wasn’t only thinking about her own needs.
STUDENTS | June 19, 2020
Since fourth grade, Whitney Young graduate, Allie Swain, has known exactly the steps she needed to take to grow as a student and achieve her goals.