On Wednesday, Oct. 8th the Senior Class attended Daley College for Manufacturing Day. The students were introduced to all the careers that Daley offers. Also, they were given the requirements needed to enroll at Daley College. Afterward, the students visited Dart Inc. to get a hands-on look at careers in manufacturing.
Introducing our first Allied Health cohort! I want my students to know that they can aspire to be whatever they set their hearts out be! They love the scrubs and their smiles keep me inspired!
Our students attended the National College Fair this past Saturday! Thank you, Mr. Davis, Counselor Ramirez and City Year for supporting our students!
Students were eager to learn more about post-secondary options at the National Hispanic College Fair through Roosevelt University today! Thank you for planning Ms. M. Ruiz @CPSNetwork16 @CPS_OCCS
Freshman students attended the Garfield Conservatory on May 24, 2019, with the Freshman team teachers Mr. Voss, Mr. Dunphy, Ms. D. Ruiz, and Ms. M. Ruiz to explore the various types of plants in the conservatory. Students toured and learned more about the flora of different regions, as well as engaged with their peers. This field trip was an incentive for having 100% of our freshmen at Gage Park High school tested for the PSAT 9th exam. This also served as an opportunity for grade-level unity in Gage Park High School and community building among classmates through the shared experiences at the field trip.
Our SVC leaders presented our improving attendance project at the Mikva Challenge Civic Action Showcase at the Bridgeport Arts Center, and they did an amazing job!
Thanks to the Administration Team!!
On Friday, April 26th 29 Gage Park students attended the Financial Empowerment Conference at Northeastern Illinois University. They had the task of creating a business that would help the community. Some proposals included: South Side Youth Center, Festival, Supermercado, and a Fitness Center. Everyone had a good time.
Our Dreamers got to meet UIC students and ask questions about their undocumented alliance group, their heritage garden and what it is like attending UIC!
Thirteen students along with Mr.Davis and Corey Medina of the College and Career Center attended the 6th Annual Young Men of Color Summit at Chicago State University on Thursday, March 14th. There were some amazing workshops that the students chose from such as Character Does Matter, The Crossroads of Destiny, How To Cure The Disease of Low Expectation, Black Males & Identity, etc.
Also, there was a Scholarship Workshop, College and Career Fair and a Resource Fair.
These are the students who attended: Antwan Hicks, Ricardo Santiago, Rigo Urquiza, Ivan Sanchez, Luis Gomez, Markus Kilgore, Eduardo Gonzalez, Broderick Sims, Jovanni Bacilio, Jovanny Hernandez, Brandon Dorsey, Jaylen Banks, and Mateo Curiel.
Gage Park has S.W.A.G!! Students with Academic Growth!
95% or higher attendance!
C or higher in all content areas!
1 or less misconduct reports!
Keep your SWAG tight Gage Park!!!
Gage Park celebrated Black History Month with an awesome assembly honoring our ancestors: with a wonderful performance by staff, students, and Gage Park RISE Hip-Hop!
Students dancing during the Valentine's Day dance!
Last school basketball game honored seniors with parents and administration!
Gage Park won against Kelly HS Varsity: 55-24 & JV 62-34 GO OWLS!!
Gage Park staff participated in the CFE Associate Committee Annual WhirlyBall Tournament on Friday 1/25/19!
Students who had perfect attendance for the week of December 10, enjoyed making Christmas Ornaments on Friday, December 14, 2018. The week of December 17-21 we had spirit week to celebrate Kris Kringle!
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!
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.