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Students of Albizu Campos High School were featured by WBEZ

Students of Albizu Campos High School were featured by WBEZ in response to the mural, “Today is Tomorrow”, a project led by Artist in Residence, Brenda Torres Figueroa. A new mural in Humboldt Park sets a lofty goal for a city that just had its most violent month on record in nearly 20 years: “0
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Albizu Campos Featured in the KET documentary Dropping Back In!!

Screen Shot 2015-09-15 at 9.10.44 AMAlbizu Campos Featured in the KET documentary Dropping Back In. Airing on WTTW Prime, Dropping Back In examines the different pathways to achieving a high school diploma. Join Albizu Campos on Friday, September 11 at 3:45pm-5pm for a viewing party. RSVP and for more information, please contact Danette Sokacich, Principal, at

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Students at Albizu Campos are Mastering Mathematics on Khan Academy by Diamond Montana, PACHS Science Teacher Many students in our community feel that they just aren’t good at math. They think intelligence is fixed, but it isn’t. The brain is like a muscle: the more you use it, the more it grows. To help our
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DSC_0351-300x230-300x230 “El Maestro” to All Who Loved Him

Our school is named after a very important person in Puerto Rican history. You can read a biography which was researched and created by one of our first Directors: click here to learn more about the man.

Dual Credit at Albizu Campos with City Colleges of Chicago

DSCF0007 (1)Starting this year, Albizu Campos will offer Dual Credit courses through a partnership with City Colleges of Chicago. Students enrolled in English 101, Speech, and Art Appreciation will receive high school credit and college credit. For more information, please email Lizzette Richardson at

Principal’s Corner

14374565311_1c2fd523f1_oWelcome to our school’s website! We are a school that prides itself on engaging students and staff in Social Transformation. Please take time to learn more about how we work to implement change with: Social Ecology and Urban Agriculture; Social Emotional Learning; Community Engagement; Portfolio Assessment; and meeting State Standards!


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