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High Schools in Chicago, IL
1.Hancock College Preparatory HS
4034 W 56th St
2.Sullivan High School
6631 N Bosworth Ave
Sullivan offers a general college preparatory curriclum and also hosts a Medical and Health Career Academy and Socratic Seminar Paideia Program. Advanced Placement (AP) course are also offered.
3.Northside College Preparatory Hs
5501 N Kedzie Ave
4.York Alternative High School
2700 S California Ave
5.King College Prep High School
4445 S Drexel Blvd
Martin Luther King High School offers education to students in grades nine through 12. It is a part of Unified School District and is located in Riverside, Calif. Its curriculum includes subjects, such as history, social science, language arts, mathematics and science. The school has various departments, such as educational accountability, elementary education, English learner services, health, instructional technology and pupil services. Martin Luther King High School has various societies, including National Honor Society, California scholastic federation, principal's honor roll, academic letter, scholar athlete and renaissance program. The school provides various sport activities, such as baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, swimming, tennis, track and field, volleyball, water polo and wrestling. The school also provides a variety of clubs, such as outdoor, science, Spanish, special athletics, speech, debate, step dance, history and interact.
6.Brooks College Prep Academy HS
250 E 111th St
7.Amundsen High School
5110 N Damen Ave
Amundsen High School offers a variety of educational and extracurricular programs for its students. Its curriculum includes classes in arts, English, mathematics and science. The school also provides programs in health and physical education. It has a music department offering classes in music theory, concert and symphonic band and voice modulation. Amundsen High School provides a technology education program that includes business law and management, computer-aided engineering, desktop publishing and networking. Its language courses include French, Spanish, German and Latin. Amundsen High School also provides an advanced placement program. The school offers various sports activities, such as football, tennis, soccer and tennis. Its list of clubs includes art, chess, drama and dance. Amundsen High School is located in Chicago.
8.Mather High School
5835 N Lincoln Ave
My family went to Mathers and they learned a lot. I am truly glad that my son decided to go to Mathers it really is a great school! Yea, go Mathers!
9.St Rita High School
7740 S Western Ave
Located in Chicago, St. Rita High School is an Augustinian Catholic college preparatory school that serves young men in grades nine through 12 and offers a variety of extracurricular activities. Established in 1905, its academic curriculum includes English, mathematics, social studies, science, foreign languages, theology, and health and physical education. The high school offers a variety of student clubs and extracurricular activities, such as theater, billiards, video games, yearbook, and computers, football, paintball and racquetball clubs. It provides various athletic activities, including baseball, basketball, bowling, chess, cross country, football, golf, hockey, lacrosse, soccer, swimming, track, volleyball, water polo and wrestling. The high school has a school store that provides a variety of products, including art work, hats, flannels, shirts, mesh shorts, sweatpants and T-shirts.
10.Juarez Community Academy HS
2150 S Laflin St
i think that benito juarez is a nice school becouse you could learn more.and learn different kinds of things and get lost of friends.you could meat different nice teachers and principals.
11.Chicago Academy High School
3400 N Austin Ave
Opened in 2004, Chicago Academy High School serves students in grades 9 and 10. It offers academic programs in English, fine arts, history, mathematics, Spanish and science. The school additionally has reading, music, psychology and physical education departments. Chicago Academy High School s visual arts program includes drawing, painting, printmaking and photography classes. It also offers a program in computer applications that includes instruction in developing keyboarding skills, using search engines and utilizing online resources. The school also organizes talent shows. Chicago Academy High School has a parent advisory council that organizes several fundraising events. In addition, it has a guidance and counseling department for parents, teachers and students. The school is located in Chicago.
12.Resurrection High School
7500 W Talcott Ave
13.Von Steuben Metro Science HS
5039 N Kimball Ave
14.Cristo Rey Jesuit High School
1852 W 22nd Pl
Cristo Rey Jesuit High School is a Catholic college preparatory school located in Chicago. Founded by the Jesuits in 1996, the school has an enrollment of approximately 500 students in grades 9 through 12. It runs a corporate internship program that is a work-study program in which students work 5 days a month in entry-level jobs. Cristo Rey Jesuit High School has partnerships with more than 100 corporations, such as Chase, Deloitte & Touche, Madison Dearborn Partners and Loyola University Health Systems. The school sponsors several sports activities, including soccer, softball, volleyball, basketball and baseball. It has a student leadership and activities program that provides various cocurricular and extracurricular activities. Cristo Rey Jesuit High School offers membership for the National Honor Society, peer tutors, student council, and drama, guitar and social action clubs.
15.Hirsch Metropolitan High School
7740 S Ingleside Ave
Hirsch High School offers courses in various subjects, such as English, social studies, science, mathematics and physical education. Its extracurricular programs include music, art and foreign languages. Hirsch High School also offers a wide range of special programs, such as radio and TV production and law and public safety. Its law and public safety program includes law in American society, civil and constitutional law, criminology and law enforcement and legal systems. Hirsch High School additionally provides AVID, which is also known as advancement via individual determination program that features writing, reading, study skills and college and career activities. Its sports activities include football, basketball, baseball, softball, soccer and tennis. It has a counseling department that deals with academic, personal and social and career development. Hirsch High School is located in Chicago.
16.Lake View High School
4015 N Ashland Ave
Founded in 1874, Lakeview High School is located in Chicago, and offers a range of educational programs to students. Its academic curriculum includes studies in art, mathematics, English and history. Its science program includes classes in biology, chemistry, physics and environmental science. It additionally provides various classes in business technology and world languages, such as French, Spanish, German and Chinese. The school also offers studies in music, and health and physical education. The library at Lakeview High School offers various resources, such as books, magazines, journals, newspapers, maps, and dictionaries and encyclopedias. The school s athletics department offers a variety of sports activities, including basketball, baseball, soccer, softball, cross country and football. In addition its sports include golf, tennis, volleyball, and track and field. Lakeview High School has various clubs, such as drama, art, chess and computer repair club. The school also provides health, food and counseling services to its students.
17.Kennedy High School
6325 W 56th St
Established in 1963, John F. Kennedy High School is located in Chicago. It serves more than 1,500 students in grades nine through 12. The school offers honors classes in English, social studies, science, mathematics and foreign languages. It also offers software applications, accounting and word processing classes for students. The school has a social sciences department offering courses in anthropology, economics, geography, government, history, philosophy, political science, psychology and sociology. It also offers band, orchestra and choir classes for students. Additionally, the school offers bilingual programs, studio art and driver education classes. Kennedy High School has a library media center, and also provides various sport activities, including football, hockey and tennis.
18.William H Wells High School
936 N Ashland Ave
19.Vaughn Occupational High School
4355 N Linder Ave
20.Richards Career Academy HS
5009 S Laflin St
21.Dunbar Vocational Career Acad HS
3000 S King Dr
22.Washington G High School
3535 E 114th St
23.Clemente Community Academy HS
1147 N Western Ave
24.Marshall Metropolitan High School
3250 W Adams St
25.Chicago Vocational Career Acad HS
2100 E 87th St
26.Chicago HS for Agricult Sciences
3857 W 111th St
27.Walter Payton High School
1034 N Wells St
Walter Payton is by far the hardest school to get into in Chicago. Alot of people are actually surprised to know that is a public high school and not private. It is a college preparatory institution of the 6 (I think) that are in the city. The curriculum is very similar, and in some cases, exceeds that of colleges and universities. The teachers are the best, alot of them have at least their master's degrees and have graduated from top-tier institutions like MIT, Harvard, and Princeton. They really push you, and care enough to set up times before and afterschool to assist students with homework, and other issues they may have. There are alot of activities (i.e., sports, academic and ethnic clubs) for them to get involved in...a lot. It architecturally gorgeous located in the north side of downtown. It has see through windows, and at times makes you feel like you're in a big mall or airport. There are laptops available for every students and alot of programs accessible to help students develop (i.e., speed reading, test preparation like SAT, ACT, etc.). I can go on and on, but it is a fantastic place that overly prepares you for college and beyond.
28.Simeon Career Academy High School
8147 S Vincennes Ave
simeon is a very good school. The reason why i say this is because it really is.
29.Northside Learning Center
3730 W Bryn Mawr Ave
My son is 14 Years old he started this school year in north side learning center and as a mom I see the difference My son come hope more happy and teacher are really understanding. I love It.
30.Rickover Naval Academy High Schl
5900 N Glenwood Ave
The Academy Superintendent Mr. Biela is always at meetings. I requested to talk to him in more than one occasion, but was always told he was at a meeting or gone for the date. I was never contact by Mr. Biela or any school personnel to schedule such a meeting. Some of the teachers, not all, try to help my son when he needed extra help and communicate with me on the phone and by e-mail. While others will rely on lies to get students in trouble for instead Mr. Fogel will say that by touching the TIP of a pen while on his shirt is "stealing". Mr. Dork the Dean had the audacity to call me one time, and since I did not agree with him, he hangs up the phone on me. I never received an apology for his behavior. Last but not least Commander Tooker interesting person he spend several years in the Navy and on my opinion he is not mentally stable. He likes disrespecting the student by getting on their face and pushing locker door with his foot. He still thinks he is at the Navy. Their mission statement says as follow: "The Mission of Rickover Naval Academy is to enable cadets to excel academically, develop a sense of personal responsibility, engage in meaningful leadership training and have experiences and opportunities that will prepare them for post-secondary education and provide a foundation for future success." My son sign up for an education, he did not get one, instead he received a horrible military treatment. Charter schools in the United States are primary or secondary schools that receive public money (and like other schools, may also receive private donations) but are not subject to some of the rules, regulations, and statutes that apply to other public schools. Watch out people! Not subject to some of the rules, regulations, and statutes that right there calls for trouble. That is why they do not care about a relationship with the parents.
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