Chicago Hope Academy is a college & life preparatory Christian High School that is dedicated to nurturing and challenging the body, mind, and spirit to the glory of God.
The average class size at Chicago Hope is only 12 STUDENTS, so each child receives individual attention and support.
CHA is located in Chicago's Near West side, only five minutes from downtown.
Chicago Hope Cafe was featured in the Chicago Gazette this month. The article titled, “Hope Cafe offers hope to ex-felons, outreach and food for community,” sheds light on the way that the Hope Cafe serves the community not only by making great coffee, but also by hiring ex-felons to get them back on their feet. […]
Purchase your tickets here. HAMILTON is the story of America’s Founding Father Alexander Hamilton, an immigrant from the West Indies who became George Washington’s right-hand man during the Revolutionary War and was the new nation’s first Treasury Secretary. Featuring a score that blends hip-hop, jazz, blues, rap, R&B, and Broadway, HAMILTON is the story of America then, told […]
Hope has a strong international student program. Click to find out how to apply!
Our very own Joshua Cauhorn (former teacher, now board member) was recently interviewed by NPR Illinois for their “Education Desk” feature. Cauhorn speaks directly and candidly on how Illinois arrived at its current system of funding, and goes on to comment on some of the current plans on the table. Listen to the full interview here –> http://wuis.org/post/education-desk-short-history-illinois-inequitable-school-funding#stream/0 […]
Parking for Chicago Hope family and visitors is available during school days alongside the triangular plaza in front of school. Please park on the plaza-side and not street-side, as the street-side belongs to residents. Additional free parking is available on Polk street, on the side shared with Livingston Park, which is owned by Chicago Hope Academy. […]
Good attendance is important for many reasons. Your child receives the maximum benefit of education by being in school every day, and numerous studies show a definite link between academic performance and consistent attendance. While perfect attendance is the goal, we realize that sometimes absences may be unavoidable. Parents and students are both responsible to […]