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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.

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1. Fill Out the Application 2. RECOMMENDATIONS & GRADES After the written section there are TWO recommendations that need to be completed for each applicant. One recommendation should be filled out by a teacher. The second recommendation form should be completed by a principal/counselor/pastor/tutor/coach or another teacher. Chicago Hope also needs a copy of the student’s […]





Support Eagles Football Booster Club

The Eagles Football Booster Club supports Chicago Hope Academy’s football team and activities.  Your support is important to continue our excellence on the field as well as in the classroom and community. Follow this link to support the Eagles Football Booster Club.





International Students

Hope has a strong international student program. Click to find out how to apply!





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Hope Videos

Intro to Chicago Hope

Watch to see why Hope is a great choice for high school.





Changing Lives

Is Hope the right fit for you? Watch these videos to see how Hope is changing lives.





Mission Trip Highlights

Watch highlights from the 2014 Senior trip to Mexico and San Diego!





More News Articles

Hope Blog

Dreams Achieved: Princeton, Bradley and More!

Spring is here and it’s that time of year when our seniors begin to receive the fruits of their labor! College acceptances have been rolling into Chicago Hope Academy and we are more than excited to celebrate these major accomplishments with our students. Acceptances have come this year from institutions like Penn State University, Wheaton […]





February 2017 Newsletter







Education Desk: A Short History Of Illinois’ Inequitable School Funding

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 […]