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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.

Date: 
Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Announcements: Week of March 31

BE BROOKS! 

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.

BE SOCIALLY CONSCIOUS AND RESPONSIVE

Date: 
Friday, March 14, 2014

Brooks Chess Checkmates!

Brooks Chess won 2nd Place in the Chicago Chess Tournament for K-9 on Feb. 05, 2022. This is a multi state tournament for the Midwest.

Isabella Garza lead the with the highest score, followed by Melissa De Loera, and Cesar Morales.

Date: 
Thursday, March 17, 2022

2021 Open House (In-Person)

Saturday, November 20th we will be running live in-building tours from 10am-12pm for AC and 12-3pm for high school.

Our annual Open House will take place a little differently this year.

On Wednesday, November 17th we will host two virtual sessions for families - one from 4-5pm for Academic Center (AC) families and 5:30-6:30 for high school families. Two or more teachers will be available on each call to field questions. 

Date: 
Friday, November 19, 2021

World Hunger Project

The students in AP World History (Mrs. Clark, teacher) have been working on this service learning project.

They had to complete research around hunger issues seen around the world.

They have created websites to help inform the public about 10 countries that are facing hunger issues for a myriad of reasons.

Learn what they have done. The document linked below lists their websites as well as directions on how to download the app to help us reach 1,000,000 grains of rice for the United Nation's World Food Program!

THANKS!

Date: 
Tuesday, June 15, 2021
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