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Subject Areas

Skyline includes fully articulated courses in English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Science, and two World Languages (Spanish and French). Additionally, Skyline includes standards-aligned scopes and sequences in Arts Education, across four artistic disciplines.

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World Languages, Spanish

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Arts Education

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Non Digital Materials

Required Skyline materials, including ELA and math texts, ELA materials, math manipulatives and science kits will be provided to schools, upon a school's formal adoption of Skyline curricula.

Texts and/or materials supporting only one content area per classroom will be provided in year one of adoption. Building principals will be responsible for choosing the materials supporting the content area of choice for year one adoption. View the Comprehensive Skyline Required Texts/Materials List.

Accessing eBooks

Several texts associated with the Skyline ELA curriculum are located in digital format, and schools should plan to read, highlight, annotate, and bookmark titles electronically. You may review titles that you receive in eBook format in the Comprehensive Skyline Required Text List.

To read the Skyline titles available at your school, simply enter your CPS username and password at For more support, watch the Skyline eBook tutorial. To learn how to read on a mobile device, view the Mackin Via Flyer.


If you or a member of your team encounter challenges using Skyline, please visit the Service Now website and open a support ticket, or simply call 773-553-3925 and a support ticket will be opened for you. Once your ticket has been submitted, a team of Skyline curriculum designers and professional educators with over 80 shared years of experience in CPS classrooms will work with you to answer your questions and resolve any issues.