STUDENTS | June 7, 2018
Chima Ahararwa is a Gates Millennium scholar recipient heading off to Northwestern University to pursue both a Computer Engineering and music degree.
STUDENTS | June 6, 2018
When Mario Morales thinks of how Lindblom Academy has changed his life, he has one simple response: for the better.
STUDENTS | May 24, 2018
Gallistel Elementary’s band, choir and orchestra make CPS history.
STUDENTS | May 23, 2018
CEO Janice Jackson and Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s wife, Amy Rule, joined a group of teen girls from Fenger High School to openly discuss womanhood.
STUDENTS | May 18, 2018
Peeling, chopping and dicing vegetable was all part of the food prep lesson for students in Sullivan High School’s new side-by-side cooking class.
STUDENTS | May 4, 2018
Students prepared dishes from Egypt, Cuba, Belgium and more at the 10th Annual Career and Technical Education Culinary Capstone event.
STUDENTS | May 2, 2018
Students from more than 40 schools challenged Chicago Police officers to a game of chess at the first Cops & Kids Culminating Chess Challenge .
STUDENTS | April 26, 2018
Morgan Park freshmen have been creating care packages and making sandwiches for the homeless for National Volunteer Week.
STUDENTS | April 4, 2018
High school students at George Westinghouse College Prep participated in a special assembly, “Stand for the Silent.”
STUDENTS | March 30, 2018
Teens from four South Side high schools will travel to Memphis, TN to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s assassination.
STUDENTS | March 26, 2018
Victor Scotti Jr. graduated from the IB Diploma Programme.
STUDENTS | March 23, 2018
More than 180 students from over 30 CPS schools showcased their work at the annual CPS All-City HS Visual Arts Exhibition.