Students

Where Are All the STEM Influencers?
STUDENTS | February 25, 2021
Where Are All the STEM Influencers?

Black History Month should be a time to celebrate accomplishments across every industry and field.

CPS Student Artwork Reflects on Black History to Break Down Stereotypes
STUDENTS | February 20, 2021
CPS Student Artwork Reflects on Black History to Break Down Stereotypes

Through their artwork, CPS students are showing how Black culture is revolutionary.

When Southwest Side Students Heal Together
STUDENTS | February 18, 2021
When Southwest Side Students Heal Together

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. 

My Message to My Fellow Eighth Graders
STUDENTS | December 17, 2020
My Message to My Fellow Eighth Graders

Advice that I would give to other eighth-graders is to find one part of your day that lets you be yourself.

Kelly College Prep Students Reflect on Three Years of Debate and Friendship
STUDENTS | December 5, 2020
Kelly College Prep Students Reflect on Three Years of Debate and Friendship

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.

Using Poetry to Build an Affirming Classroom Community
STUDENTS | November 10, 2020
Using Poetry to Build an Affirming Classroom Community

Fourth-grade students at Hamline Elementary created poems that reflected their unique backgrounds by answering the question: “where do you come from?”

Why I’m Following This Year’s Presidential Election Closely
STUDENTS | October 29, 2020
Why I’m Following This Year’s Presidential Election Closely

It’s important for students like me to learn about important issues because the history of tomorrow is happening right now. 

Paying it Forward
STUDENTS | July 14, 2020
Paying it Forward

Legacy Crew members collaborate to educate their peers about a specific topic by organizing fundraisers, giving presentations, and creating a mural.

A Winning Work Ethic
STUDENTS | July 8, 2020
A Winning Work Ethic

Even as Jackie became a more independent student, she never lost sight of the importance of asking for help. 

One Big Happy Family
STUDENTS | July 7, 2020
One Big Happy Family

On top of strong academic performance, Brianna will always be remembered at McAuliffe for her maturity.

The Right Recipe
STUDENTS | July 2, 2020
The Right Recipe

Vaughn Occupational students combined cooking and community to create an award-winning meal.

Ava’s Big Finish
STUDENTS | July 1, 2020
Ava’s Big Finish

While many adults might not know what terraforming means, recent Prescott Elementary graduate Ava M. spent much of eighth grade learning all about it.