BAPA Hosts School Search Seminar for Parents 6th-8th Graders

Attention parents of 6th, 7th and 8th graders: Now it the time to start your search for the right high school. BAPA is here to help. Partnering with Chicago School GPS, the 19th Ward Youth Foundation and the Beverly Arts Center, BAPA will host a seminar designed to help guide parents through the high school selection process on Tues., Aug. 29, 7 to 8:30 p.m., Beverly Arts Center, 2407 W. 111th St.

Beverly/Morgan Park families have a lot of choices when it comes to high school. How can you make sure the school you choose is the right fit for your student?

Grace Lee Sawin of Chicago School GPS will demystify the Chicago high school admissions process and help parents navigate the public and private school search journey. Sawin will explain the new GoCPS application process for Chicago Public high schools, provide an overview of the private school admissions process, give guidelines for how to choose a school that is a good fit for your child, explain criteria for various public and private high school programs, offer tips on navigating open houses and high school shadow days, and more.

Chicago School GPS was founded by three Chicago moms who believe that the culture, opportunities and unique setting of Chicago makes it ideal for families, and that academically challenging, emotionally nourishing and culturally diverse options for education are available. Chicago School GPS understands that the search for the right high school can seem overwhelming. Their research covers neighborhood public schools, selective enrollment, magnets, charters, parochial and private schools.

Space is limited and reservations are appreciated; adults only please. Light refreshments will be served. Information and reservations

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