Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos Puerto Rican High School’s mission is to provide a quality educational experience needed to empower students to engage in critical thinking and social transformation, from the classroom to the Puerto Rican community, based on the philosophical foundation of self-determination, a methodology of self-actualization and an ethics of self-reliance.

Principal's Corner

Melissa Lewis
​​Dear Campos Community, As a mother and a lifelong member of Humboldt Park, I am incredibly proud to be your principal. I attended DePaul University and earned my Bachelor’s in Education and later National Louis University for a Double Masters in Curriculum and Instruction and in Educational Leadership.  I am currently pursuing a Doctorate of Educational Leadership. With 10 years of experience as a teacher leader. Read more in my blog.

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Our Programs

Steve Whitman Urban Agriculture

Our Urban Agriculture initiative is an example of how our science curriculum connects students both to the learning of Illinois State Standards as well as the skills of striking a blow to the reality of our neighborhood’s status as a food desert.

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Instituto Abayarde

21st Century Learning Center after school program that offers enrichment programs for students to become more connected with our school and our community. We offer a variety of programming in which students can receive academic support and other enrichment activities.

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Youth Development

The purpose of our Youth Development Team of mentors is to provide services, support and opportunities for our students that is focused on removing obstacles in the way of their education and helping them thrive in the midst of adversity.

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Lolita Lebrón Family Learning Center

Founded in 1993 with federal funding through Even Start, the Lolita Lebrón FamilyLearning Center (FLC) was created by the Juan Antonio Corretjer Puerto Rican Cultural Center to address the issues of single mothers who lacked a high school diploma because they dropped of school to raise a family.

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