Clemente senior, Isabella Garcia, calls her acceptance a "dream come true."
A Dyett High School freshman is launching her own company, Mimi's Accessories.
A Kenwood Academy senior is hosting a back-to-school event on Aug. 4.
Mayor Emanuel and CPS announced the expansion of a new Early Learning Center for three and four-year-olds.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel and CPS announce the first group of 28 high schools that will receive new, upgraded or renovated science labs.
Largest CPS Capital Plan in More Than Two Decades
A new team to protect students
Congratulations, class of 2018!
CPS is investing $20 million to bring full-day Pre-K to additional 3,700 students.
View updates on our commitment to protect students.
LunchStop program provides free, healthy summer meals across Chicago to all children ages 1 – 18 years (children do not have to be CPS students)
Gallistel's band, choir, and orchestra made history at a state competition.
Students at Sullivan HS are joining with parents to cook healthy meals.
You're invited to participate in a series of town hall meetings
Dr. Hiram Broyls discusses his journey as principal of Burbank Elementary
This Teacher Appreciation Week, CEO Dr. Jackson encourages us all to #ThankATeacher
Making a difference during National Volunteer Week
Chicago Board of Education seeking new student member - Application Deadline Extended
Dani Jo Williams brings a passion for dance back to the classroom
Students at Belding Elementary grow their own vegetables with tower gardens
Marshall HS's Coach Dorothy Gaters discuses her legacy
Principal Pavichevich shares her opinion on the expansion of IB programs
CPS students will spend spring break helping with hurricane relief efforts in Puerto Rico
More Than 500 Attend 5th Annual Young Men of Color Summit
A Message from Dr. Jackson
An Open Letter to Our Undocumented Students
CPS Academic Progress Report Shows Monumental Student Progress
GoCPS Account Activation Allows Families to See the High School Programs Students Are Eligible to Apply to in 2018-19 Before Applications Begin Oct. 2
A letter from Frank M. Clark, Forrest Claypool, and Janice Jackson
A letter from Janice Jackson, Chief Education Officer
LunchStop program provides free, healthy summer meals
New School Will Offer Comprehensive Programming and Attract Neighborhood Students
Three new graduation requirements approved by Board of Education
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Ensuring a Degree for Life
What It Means for CPS and Your Family
(Updated With Resources)
Join the fight to end discriminatory education funding in Illinois!
Rauner's Broken Promise Hurts Chicago's Students
What It Means for CPS and Your Family
CEO Forrest Claypool Responds to Gov. Rauner's Veto of S.B. 2822 and Calls the CPS Community to Action
Apply now to be this year’s Honorary Student Board Member
Mayor Emanuel and CPS Announce Record High Graduation Rate of 73.5 Percent
NWEA results are in, and the news is good.
Classes resume September 6, 2016!
Balanced Budget Puts District on a Path to Stability and Continued Academic Success
LunchStop Program to provide free, healthy summer meals
Governor Rauner and General Assembly Unite to Support Education Funding
Separate and unequal. That’s the education funding system CPS students are trapped in. Visit cps.edu/equality for more information.
Jointly appointed arbitrator recommends CPS contract proposal
CPS students are making huge gains in Math and Reading, and that progress has garnered national attention.
Learn how CPS will communicate in case of changes to class or extra-curricular schedules due to extreme weather.
Read CEO Forrest Claypool's Editorial in the Chicago Sun-Times
Learn more about what CPS proposed in the Tentative Agreement with the Chicago Teachers Union
Find the full details of the Tentative Agreement
CPS students to study and celebrate the culture, legacy and achievements of African-Americans.
CPS partners with Khan Academy to boost growth in Math
CPS students serve their communities this Thanksgiving
Wells Fargo presents thousands of CPS students with new winter coats
Advanced Placement courses give students a glimpse of college
Cynthia Rodriguez named Honorary Student Board Member
Creating a path to college for undocumented students