The students at Gage Park enjoyed movie night on December 5th, sponsored by the Dreamer's Club!
The students and staff members at Gage Park had a spooktacular day on Halloween--BOOOOO!!
The Day of the Dead (Spanish: Día de Muertos) is a Mexican holiday celebrated throughout Mexico, in particular the Central and South regions, and by people of Mexican heritage elsewhere. The multi-day holiday focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember friends and family members who have died, and help support their spiritual journey. In 2008, the tradition was inscribed in the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. Staff and students celebrated and recognized their love ones by bringing in artifacts that represented them and added them to the beautiful display.
Gage Park High School students had a blast at our Homecoming dance! Students attended the dance and were "dressed to impress!" Check out our Homecoming 2018 court!
It’s time to start getting ready for high school and Freshman Connection is a great way to learn about your school before you start. The deadline to apply to freshman connection is July 2nd.
On May 16, 2018 students in the nursing program through a partnership with Instituto del Progreso Latino visited Mt. Sinai Hospital and Lincoln Park Rehabilitation Center.
On May 10th, 2018 Mckay 7th and 8th graders visited Gage Park High School to see first hand all the changes and all that it has to offer.
The Gage Park High School Dreamer's club rallied at Gage Park along with other Southwest high school students to highlight the devastating impacts of deportations and for more support for Dreamer's.
Senior Day of Action is a senior class event in which students are given the opportunity to explore their post-secondary plans, learn more about their impact on their school community, and talk with business professionals.
On April 18th a mix of nearly 20 GPHS freshmen and sophomores took a trip to the Northern District of Illinois Federal Courthouse to take part in the William J. Hibbler Schoolhouse to Courthouse event.
City Year was busy at work supporting students and families. Make sure to take a look at City Year's April News Letter.
On April 24th every student and staff member will board buses and visit a variety of colleges and universities so students can continue to explore their post-secondary options.
Rep. Burke is helping connect job seekers with local employers who are looking to hire warehouse associates, chefs, customer service representatives, and more.
The Quiet Time program is a practical, evidence-based approach to reduce stress and dramatically improve academic performance, student wellness and the school environment.
If you are interested in learning English together with Instituto del Progreso Latino Gage Park High School will be hosting Free English classes that are open to the community. / Si está interesado en aprender inglés, la Escuela Secundaria Gage Park junto con el Instituto del Progreso Latino, estará ofreciendo clases de inglés gratuitas abiertas a la comunidad.
On Tuesday March 20th, the Chicago Blackhawks outreach clinic came to Gage Park to promote the sport of hockey.
We are reminding parents and students that Friday, April 13th is the deadline to accept or decline High School offers and if you don’t know already Gage Park High School is a great option for your student.
Through the Southwest Organizing Project the Red Cross provided a CPR training for Gage Park High School parents and Parent Mentors.
CPS has now made applying to a CPS High School easier. They have centralized and streamlined the applications for nearly every High School and made them avaliable online through the new GoCPS Website. High School application process opens October 2nd, 2017 on the GoCPS site.