Each spring, Payton students submit their course requests for the following school year. On a website called Sound Programming, they rank their choices and select alternates as required. Yet this is only the beginning of an arduous process that will last all summer: Creating daily schedules for Payton’s more than 1,100 students.
Payton students participated in a variety of service projects throughout Chicagoland on Monday as part of the school’s annual “Sweetness Day.”
By Allison Cho, Camille Grandjean, and Grace McDermott EDITORS Many students are familiar with the current school laptops: bulky, slow, and constantly low on battery. But technology at Payton will soon undergo […]
by Caroline Bernet Stella Binion steps on stage, to deliver a poem, but she is not standing in Chicago. She is in Washington D.C. in front of First Lady Michelle Obama. She […]
On November 8, Walter Payton opened its doors for the public to roam its hallways and explore the Payton experience. The grand affair was crowded with prospective students, parents, teachers, students and […]
“Last Chance High,” a new documentary series from Vice, chronicles the lives of students at CPS’s only therapeutic day school, Moses Montefiore Academy. The school’s purpose is to educate troubled teens who […]