STUDENTS | February 25, 2021
Black History Month should be a time to celebrate accomplishments across every industry and field.
STUDENTS | February 20, 2021
Through their artwork, CPS students are showing how Black culture is revolutionary.
STUDENTS | February 18, 2021
Being able to talk about racial justice with my peers proved to me how my high school experience has helped me think about multiple perspectives.
STUDENTS | December 17, 2020
Advice that I would give to other eighth-graders is to find one part of your day that lets you be yourself.
STUDENTS | December 5, 2020
On top of everything Lisa and Kelly have learned through debating, they’ll also walk away from their three years as partners with a great friendship.
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.