Cohort 30 High School Choice

Every High Jump 8th-grade student works one-on-one with teachers and staff to ensure a right-fit high school choice that will support their needs and goals. Amid school closures in 2020, High School Choice programming was continued via one-on-one virtual meetings— providing guidance and support for more than 150 students. Below is a list of the schools where Cohort 30 alumni will be incoming Freshmen this Fall.

Amundsen High School
Amundsen High School, IB
Back of the Yards College Prep
Back of the Yards College Prep, IB
Beacon Academy
Bennett Day School
Brooks College Prep
Chicago Academy High School
Chicago Hope Academy
Chicago Waldorf School
Cristo Rey Jesuit High School
Culver Academy
De La Salle Institute
Deerfield Academy
East Leyden High School
Fenwick High School
Francis W. Parker School
GCE Lab School
GEMS World Academy
George Washington High School
Hancock College Prep
Holy Trinity High School
Homewood-Flossmoor High School
Infinity Math Science & Technology High School
Jones College Prep
Kenwood Academy High School
King College Prep
Lake Forest Academy
Lake View High School
Lane Tech College Prep
Latin School of Chicago
Leo High School
Lincoln Park High School

Lincoln Park High School, IB
Lindblom Math and Science Academy
Loyola Academy
Lycée Français de Chicago
Mansueto High School
Marist High School
Mather High School
Muchin College Prep
North Shore Country Day
Northside College Prep
Ogden International High School, IB
Phillips Academy – Andover
Phillips Exeter Academy
Schurz High School
Senn High School, IB
St. Laurence High School
Taft High School, IB
The Chicago High School for the Arts
UIC College Prep
University of Chicago Laboratory Schools
Von Steuben Metropolitan Science Center
Von Steuben Metropolitan Science Center, Honors
Von Steuben Metropolitan Science Center, Scholars Program
Walter Payton College Prep
Wayland Academy
West Leyden High School
Western Reserve Academy
Westinghouse College Prep
Whitney Young Magnet High School

High Jump is just the beginning of a successful educational journey for many students. More than ever, we must continue to build equitable learning opportunities for Chicago’s middle school youth.

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