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Another Year of Exceeding Expectations
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One of North Lawndale College Prep’s many traditions is that incoming freshmen spend their first day of school at DePaul University. It is a subtle reminder that NLCP believes every student is expected not just to graduate high school, but to go to and succeed in college.

 
Promoting Excellence in Education
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NLCP has been selected as a National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) Professional Development Site for 2015-2016. This is an amazing honor that has been awarded to only 20 schools in the entire state!

 
Due Diligence+Road Trip=College Choice
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Imagine what it would be like to take a job in a city that you’d never visited before and for a company you knew little about. Sounds a bit scary, right?

 
Lights, Camera, Action!
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So you want to be in show business? NLCP's Phoenix Soar Mentors know the right people to help you get started.

 
Picture of the Month
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The City of Chicago banned the residential use of lead paint nearly 40 years ago.  Yet, today nearly 1 in 3 children in North Lawndale still suffer from lead poisoning.

 
Bring The Thunder
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Most competitions reward participants who are brawny and detached.  What if the opposite were true?

 
NLCP Artists Recognized
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Several students from Jamie Yuhas’ art class were chosen to participate in the prestigious Illinois High School Art Exhibit (IHSAE) at Zhou B Art Studio earlier this month.

 
Get Involved
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Are you interested in making a difference in the lives of young people? Do you enjoy volunteering for a great cause and making new friends? The NLCP Associate Board wants you!

 
One of A Kind
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Last month NLCP hosted a clothing sale at the Collins Campus featuring winter weather items and fashions from the recently opened “One of A Kind” walk-in closet.

 
Engaging Critical Thinkers
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NLCP is a place where ideas are freely debated and challenging questions about our history are ruthlessly confronted.

 
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