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Academy for Global Citizenship Charter Elementary School

Academy for Global Citizenship Charter SchoolAGC is a dual-language International Baccalaureate charter school that prepares students to be environmentally and internationally minded by examining how their choices impact our community and the world. Organic, nutritionally balanced meals, daily yoga, gardening, wellness instruction and ecologically sustainable practices throughout the school are core to our mission.

Jane Addams Elementary School

Jane Addams offers academic and extracurricular programs to our community, such as Comprehensive Gifted Program, Hands-on-Stanzas, Neighborhood Naturalist, SES tutoring, and many more. As an Autonomous Management Performance school our students participate in NWEA national testing. Once again Addams has received the Illinois State Bd. of Ed. Certificate of Recognition.

Louis A Agassiz Elementary School

Agassiz 100 Year LogoAgassiz offers a project-based approach to learning where students are encouraged to use the different intelligences to show their learning fro Pre-K – 8th grade. All classrooms offer hands-on, project-based learning and students receive Music, Drama/Dance, Physical Education, Arabic/Spanish and Media instruction. In addition we offer tuition based before and after school programs. 

Alain Locke Charter Elementary Academy

With a goal of preparing its students for college, Alain Locke emphasizes character education, experience-based learning, and offers a rigorous academic curriculum. The enrichment program includes visual arts, music, computer science, physical education, and Spanish. The experience-based learning focus encompasses a broad range of quality exposures for students.

Alcott College Prep – East Campus

The vision of Alcott is to create an intimate educationally, socially, and emotionally rich community of lifelong learners in a seamless, integrated preK-12th grade environment where students become accountable and responsible for their own education, reaching their full potential and graduating with the tools and experiences to both succeed in their own lives and to make a positive contribution to society. At Alcott, we are committed to ensuring each and every student achieves academic and personal growth.

Ira F Aldridge Elementary School

Our school offers an accelerated curriculum where students learn how to explain, reason, communicate, and problem solve using mathematics and science. Aldridge has partnerships with the Field Museum, Chicago Alternative Policing Strategy (CAPS), By the Hand, Human Resources Development Institute, and National PTA. Students have gained recognition in the science fair.

Ariel Elementary Community Academy

arielCreated in 1996, Ariel Community Academy is a small school with small class sizes that offers individualized instruction and opportunities for acceleration and enrichment for each student. Academic programs include a finance and investment curriculum, high school credit for algebra, economics, biology, and Spanish.

Phillip D Armour Elementary School

Armour’s teachers and staff are knowledgeable, creative, talented, and concerned about each and every student. The school uses Common Core Standards in Literacy and Math. Teachers align science to the Next Generation Science Standards.  Teachers follow the workshop model in reading and Math.   Armour is a Gold Certified Healthy School.  Students receive physical education or computers on a daily basis.  Students use ipads, chrome books, and other technology to support learning.   The school has five ipad carts that students use on a daily basis.

George Armstrong International Studies ES

George B. Armstrong is a neighborhood school of international studies and aims to connect academic programs to our students’ cultural heritages. Armstrong offers facilities for science and art. Internet access is provided in the school’s computer lab and in every classroom. The school’s major partners include S&C Electric Co. and Junior Achievement.

Ashburn Community Elementary School

Ashburn-El1Ashburn Community School opened its doors ten years ago to relieve overcrowding in eight area schools on controlled enrollment. As a result, Ashburn is now culturally diverse and serves more than 400 students. Along with core classes, Ashburn offers a Comprehensive Gifted Program and after-school programs. Parents are encouraged to participate in the L.S.C. and PTA.

John J Audubon Elementary School

http://www.audubonelementary.org/pics/header_logo.pngAudubon School is a neighborhood school in the heart of Roscoe Village. At Audubon, we believe in an inclusive and integrated education. Students with a broad range of abilities are included in the same classrooms. Subjects from art to science are integrated into large units of study with language arts. Audubon’s teachers excel at meeting the needs of all learners.

Avalon Park Elementary School

John Barry Elementary School

http://www.barryschool.org/pics/footer_name.pngThe John Barry Elementary School is a neighborhood school located on the Northwest Side of Chicago. Currently, 800 students in pre-kindergarten through Grade 6 are enrolled at the main campus and at the Hall Mall site. Transitional bilingual (Spanish) and English as a Second Language (ESL) programs as well as special education services are provided.

Clara Barton Elementary School

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http://www.bartonschoolchicago.org/pics/header_name.pngMission Statement : At Barton School, we empower, prepare and educate by providing a structured nurturing environment rooted in self-discipline, powerful relationships and an investment in students.

 Vision Statement: At Barton School, we strive to graduate motivated, passionate high level thinkers and responsible leaders who will succeed in college and beyond.

Perkins Bass Elementary School

http://perkinsbasselementary.org/pics/footer_logo.pngBass School is a neighborhood school. Academic programs are comprehensive, and use data to support a CCSS based instructional program. To enhance classroom curriculum, Bass partners with mutiple fine arts, and community -based programs to support a full and rich learning environment for our scholars. We additionally work to provide SEL supports throughout the school day. Youth  Extended day activities are provided.

Newton Bateman Elementary School

Daniel C Beard Elementary School

Beard School is a specialty Chicago Public School that services students with special needs from Pre-K to 3rd grade. 50% of the students at Beard are on the spectrum of autism. Programs are designed to have an academic focus integrated with social and emotional learning skills. 

Edward Beasley Elementary Magnet Academic Center

http://www.beasleyac.org/pics/header_logo.pngBeasley Academic Center seeks to create a challenging learning environment that encourages high expectations and appropriate curriculum and instruction that allows for individual differences and learning styles. This is accomplished by promoting a safe, orderly, caring, and supportive school culture.  We strive to have our parents, teachers, and community members to be actively involved in our students’ learning. We offer Gifted and Accelerated Programs, Algebra 1 H.S. Credit, French, Spanish, Swim, Debate, Industrial Technology, Computer Technology, Competitive Athletic Sports Programs and various Visual and Performing Arts Programs.

Jean Baptiste Beaubien Elementary School

http://www.beaubienelementary.org/pics/header_logo.jpgBeaubien programs include Pre-Kindergarten, special education, bilingual education, and mainstream K-8 classes. Additionally, Beaubien serves as a Regional Gifted Center for Grades 1-8. Beaubien’s focus on both diversity and unity strengthens the school’s academic and social atmosphere.

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