CPS Highly Selective School College Fair

The Chicago Public Schools (CPS) graduates more than 20,000 high school students annually. Over 3,000 of our most academically talented students attend some of the country’s most competitive higher education institutions. It is important that CPS continues to expose our highly qualified students to top colleges and universities. Therefore, the Chicago Public Schools' Office of College and Career Success will host the Highly Selective School College Fair at Whitney M.

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Announcements: Week of March 31


Students parking in the school lot must have a parking permit. Purchase them from Mr. Bayon for $25. CARS PARKED WITHOUT A PERMIT WILL BE TOWED.

All students taking AP courses will take the AP exam. Students with free or reduced lunch must pay $10 per AP exam. All others must pay $80 per exam. See Mr. Bayon in the main office to pay your balance.


Friday, March 14, 2014

Emergency Fund for Transition to College

Brooks Alumni and Parents, 


I am emailing you today to notify you of an Emergency Fund for Transition to College that Children First Fund has donated to financially assist the Class of 2020 at Chicago Public Schools who find themselves in temporary and unexpected financial hardship due to circumstances beyond their control. Grants are made based on urgency of the need and available funding and only after all other funding resources/options have been exhausted.

Thursday, July 9, 2020

Mr. K. CFE's Teacher of the Year

This past Monday, the Chicago Foundation for Education honored Alex Kmicikewycz, Math and Science educator at Gwendolyn Brooks College Prep, with its 2020 Debby Jannotta and Shirley Jaffee Teacher of the Year Award. 

Along with CFE staff and community members, Alex’s family, colleagues, friends, and students honored him with a surprise virtual presentation of this esteemed honor. The evening was filled with messages of appreciation and gratitude for Alex’s dedication to his students and commitment to his teaching practice. 

Friday, July 3, 2020

Eagles Go Math Wizards

On Saturday (2/8/20) our Math Team represented Brooks in contest #3 of City of Chicago Math League.  Brooks is at #3 citywide standing for the Division C schools with 268 points (just one point after Senn HS).

Our Seniors completely crushed the Division B/C taking the 1st place.

Team Awards:
1st place - Pre-Calc
2nd place - Geometry
3rd place - Algebra 1 and Algebra 2

Individual Awards:
1st place - Jamar Sullivan
2nd place - Adam Wawrowski

Algebra II
3rd place - Aylin Rosales

Monday, February 10, 2020
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