High School Admissions 101: A Seminar for Parents

Attention parents of 6th, 7th and 8th graders! Now is the time to start your search for the right high school. Ald. Matt O’Shea will host High School Admissions 101, a seminar designed to help guide parents through the high school selection process Thurs., Sept. 13, 7 p.m.,  at Clissold Elementary School, 2350 W. 110th Pl. Representatives from Chicago Public Schools will be on hand to explain the process for applying to selective enrollment high schools. Additional information will be provided about the Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences and Morgan Park High School.   

19th Ward 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? Speakers will explain the CPS application process, 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.  

Space is limited and reservations are appreciated at www.the19thward.com. Adults only.  

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