|School Level||Level 1+|
|This is the rating the school district gives to a school about how well they are performing. From highest performing to lowest performing, the possible levels are: Level 1+, Level 1, Level 2+, Level 2, and Level 3.|
|Freshman On Track||90%|
|This is the percentage of the last 9th grade class that, based on their grades and attendance in 9th grade, is on track to graduate. Whether or not a student is on track during their freshman year is the biggest indicator of whether or not they will graduate from high school on time!|
|Average ACT Score||22.00|
|The ACT is a standardized test for high school achievement and college admissions that students take during their 11th grade year. This piece of information averages together the scores of the last 11th grade class at a school. The CPS average is 18.2.|
|This is the percentage of a group of students at a school that graduated within five years. The average in CPS is 69.9%.|
|College Enrollment Rates||80%|
|This is the percentage of students at a school that scored at least a 21 on the ACT, which demonstrates a higher level of readiness to take college level courses.|
|The percentage of students that transfer in or out of the school during the school year. A higher percentage means that there are more students coming and going. Though it doesn’t tell us why students are transferring in and out, we can imagine that it could feel a little unstable if this is a high percentage.|
|This is the average daily attendance at the school – on average, what percent of all the students enrolled at the school are in attendance. We don’t know why students may not be attending the school, but if this is a low number it is likely that teachers may have to spend more time reviewing material that absent students miss, making it harder to move forward in a class.|
|This is the average daily attendance of teachers at the school – on average, what percent of all the teachers employed at the school are in attendance. As a student, it could be more challenging to make academic progress if you regularly have substitutes or don’t get to build a relationship with the teacher.|
|Involved Families: Does the school partner with families and communities?||(Not Available)|
|Supportive Environment: Is the school safe and supportive with high expectations?||Neutral|
|Ambitious Instruction: Is instruction focused, challenging and engaging?||Strong|
|Effective Leaders: Does leadership focus on results and school improvement?||(Not Available)|
|Collaborative Teachers: Do teachers work well together and strive for excellence?||(Not Available)|
|Safety: Do students feel safe in and around the school building and traveling to and from school?||Weak|
|Avg Class size||24|
|This is the average number of students that is in each classroom. Use your current class as a reference point. Are you comfortable learning and contributing in a class this big? Would you prefer a class that has fewer students or more students?|
|This tells us the total number of students that attend the school. Use your school as a reference point. Would you like a school that has fewer, more, or about the same number of students in your school?|
|This tells us about the racial and ethnic backgrounds of the students that attend the school. Is it important to you that there is diversity in your high school? Are you more comfortable being around other students that have a similar racial/ethnic background as you?|
|School Type||International Baccalaureate|
|Programs||Drama Honors/Double Honors IB IB - Middle Years Programme Instrumental Music Vocal Music|
|Application Requirements||Eligible students are selected on a point system. Points are based on NWEA MAP scores and 7th grade GPA. Students who live within the school's attendance boundary will be given 50 additional points. The school determines the minimum cutoff score for selections.
How to Apply
Access online high school application or paper high school application at go.cps.edu.
|Selections||General Education and 504 Plan students: Minimum percentile of 24 in both reading and math on NWEA MAP and minimum 2.5 GPA in 7th grade.
IEP and EL students: Minimum combined percentile of 48 in reading and math on NWEA MAP and minimum 2.5 GPA in 7th grade.
Attendance at an Information Session is required for all eliglble applicants.
IB High School application Download at cps.edu (click “Apply”)
|Grades Served||9 - 12|
|Daily Schedule||7:55 AM - 4:05 PM|
|College and Career||ACT/SAT Prep CoursesCollege 80%College Tours|
|Sports||BaseballBaseball, BoysBaseball, GirlsBasketballBasketball, BoysBasketball, GirlsBowlingBowling, BoysBowling, GirlsCheerleadingCross CountryCross Country, BoysCross Country, GirlsFootballGolfGolf, BoysGolf, GirlsLacrosseLacrosse, BoysLacrosse, GirlsPing-Pong ClubPom-Pon / SpiritSoccerSoccer, BoysSoccer, GirlsSoftballSoftball, BoysSoftball, GirlsSwimmingSwimming, BoysSwimming, GirlsTennisTennis, BoysTennis, GirlsTrack and FieldTrack and Field, BoysTrack and Field, GirlsVolleyballVolleyball, BoysVolleybal|
|Arts||Art StudioBand/OrchestraChamber SingersChoir/ChorusComedy ClubConcert ChoirDramaDrawingEthnic/Folk DanceFigure DrawingFilm and VideoFundamentals/Theory of Musicgraphic artsGraphic DesignImprovMixed MediaMusic ClubMusicalsPaintingPhotographyPianoPiano/KeyboardPlays/ActingSketchingTalent ShowTheaterViolin/StringsYearbook|
|Media||Film and VideoGraphic DesignMixed Media|
|Health and Wellness||Crisis Intervention Services|
|Scholastic||Academic DecathlonAdvanced OrchestraAdvanced PlacementAdvanced String OrchestraAfrican American HistoryAfrican American LiteratureAP BiologyAP Calculus ABAP Calculus BCAP ChemistryAP Computer Science AAP English Literature and CompositionAP Environmental ScienceAP European HistoryAP Human GeographyAP MacroeconomicsAP MicroeconomicsAP Music TheoryAP PsychologyAP StatisticsAP United States HistoryArabic 1-4Beginning and Intermediate BandBeginning and Intermediate ChorusBeginning and Intermediate OrchestraBilingual SupportBook/Reading ClubChess TeamChicago History FairConcert BandCreative WritingDebate|
|Life and Leadership||Activism/Social Impact ClubsEthnic ClubJROTCLeaders ProgramMentoring for Boys/GirlsMikva ChallengeMock TrialModel UNNewspaperPeer MentorsRestorative JusticeService Learning/Community Volunteer ProgramStudent Council/GovernmentStudent GovernmentUMOJA Student Development CorporationYearbook|
|Parents and Community||8-9th Grade Transition WorkshopsFinancial Literacy WorkshopsParent Advisory/GroupPeace CirclesTransition to College Workshops|