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Take Your Interest in CPS to the Next Level

Are you passionate about education and interested in contributing to CPS policies and decision making? Find out how to join the Student Advisory Council, a group of 20 dedicated, committed students from across the city who  help to improve Chicago schools for all students.

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Take Your Interest in CPS to the Next Level

Are you passionate about education and interested in contributing to CPS policies and decision making? Find out how to join the Student Advisory Council, a group of 20 dedicated, committed students from across the city who  help to improve Chicago schools for all students.

LEARN MORE

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Summer Meals and LunchStop Program

CPS offers free, nutritious breakfast and lunch meals for all Chicago children up to 18 years old at any school where summer programs take place.

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Naviance Login

Naviance is the student portal for college and career planning. Students in grades 7-12 can log in with their CPS email address and password to access surveys, resources, and planning tools.

Student Login

Student Protections

Here’s how you can report concerns about sexual misconduct, harassment, and abuse.

Report to CPS

Office of Student Protections and Title IX (OSP)
773-535-4400
OSP will work with you to hear your report, investigate, and create safety measures at school. OSP can also provide guidance on reporting to the police, or getting other supports such as counseling.

 

Office of the Inspector General (OIG)
833-TELL-CPS (833-835-5277)
The OIG investigates sexual misconduct and harassment concerns involving staff, volunteers, and other adults you meet at school.

 

Receive Confidential Support

Chicago Rape Crisis Hotline
888-293-2080
The Rape Crisis Hotline provides survivors of sexual violence and their caregivers immediate support, crisis intervention and referrals for the city of Chicago and surrounding suburbs.

Chicago Police and Firefighter Training Academy (CPFTA)

If a career in public safety, law enforcement, criminal justice, and fire science interests you, CPS offers a training program you can start in high school.

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Students in Temporary Living Situations (STLS)

If you and your and your family are experiencing homelessness, CPS providers resources and referrals to help you stay in school.

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Make a Difference

There are many ways you can meet the service learning requirement and participate in community service activities.

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