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CICS Northtown First Annual Decision Day

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CICS Wrightwood Alum Wins Top Honors for Colon Cancer Research

Keven Stonewall is tackling cancer before it begins, utilizing secondary immunology research to develop an experimental vaccine for colon cancer. His research won top honors at the 2013 Intel ISEF (International Science and Engineering Fair) – the world’s largest pre-college science competition. Keven is also a published researcher in the Journal for ImmunoTherapy of Cancer and has been presented with several awards throughout his community - all before graduating with his Bachelor’s degree. Keven is singularly doing the work of most postgraduate degree students. read more …

CICS Ralph Ellison Scholars share original poems at Poetry Night

As April comes to an end, the Schuler Scholar Program (SSP) at CICS Ralph Ellison is finishing the celebration of National Poetry Month. Through engaging Ellison Scholars with poems like the excerpt from Burroughs’ poem “What Shall I Tell My Children Who Are Black?” we have been able to celebrate as well as critically analyze poetry from African American poets. Similar to our Black History Month project, Ellison Scholars prepared and presented daily facts and read poetry during advisory announcements. read more …

PRESS RELEASE: CICS Irving Park students raise $6,300 for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

CHICAGO – Students at a local campus of Chicago International Charter School (CICS) have rallied around a kindergarten student who is battling cancer, including record-breaking fundraising for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Sophia Bahena, who will turn six on May 12, was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (“ALL”) in January 2013, while she was a pre-school student at the Grover Cleveland Elementary School. She missed the second half of the school year to undergo a variety of treatments, including chemotherapy and several surgeries. read more …

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