cameron.cps.edu

cameron.cps.edu

GoCPS Application Process Counseling Office Ms. Flores Mr. Casey Congratulations parents of graduating class of 2019!! Review the GoCPS process Review what the next steps and expectations are for the summer months Distribute letters that contain activation codes for your familys GoCPS account Allow time for you to subscribe on GoCPS Answer any questions or concerns you may have GoCPS is an online platform that allows families to apply to nearly every CPS school and program using one site, one application and one deadline. .

CPS offers a wide variety of school and program options for students attending high school, elementary and pre-k. GoCPS is the central hub for learning, researching, exploring and applying to nearly all of them. Learn Research Explore Apply Selection about all our application processes our schools and get detailed

information on programs which schools/programs are the best fit for your student to schools/programs and receive offers Issues offers to the schools/programs you match with Application Timeline While the application period itself takes place over a few short months in the fall, you will spend much of the next year preparing and making decisions about where to apply and what offers to accept. Learn May Oct 2018

Research June Oct 2018 Explore Aug Oct 2018 Apply Oct Dec 2018: R1 Apr June 2019: R2 Selection Mar June 2019 May June July Aug

2018 Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar 2019

Apr May June Important Actions in Each Phase During the Learn phase, there are a number of important actions that applicant families will need to complete. Learn May Oct 2018

Subscribe to GoCPS mailing list. Get detailed information and explanations about all CPS application processes. Track important dates and events related to applications, testing, and enrollment. Access informative videos, brochures, news, and community engagement material. Answer important questions using Frequently Asked Questions. Contact support from the Office of Access and Enrollment. Important Actions in Each Phase During the Research phase, there are a number of important actions that applicant families will need to complete. Research June Oct 2018

Find CPS schools and programs using multiple search and display options. Find your neighborhood school using your computer or mobile phones geo-location. View school profiles with detailed background, contact, performance, program, and admissions data. Select and compare up to four different schools side by side. View map overlays of attendance, geographic, and political boundaries. Important Actions in Each Phase During the Explore phase, there are a number of important actions that applicant families will need to complete. Explore Aug Oct 2018

Activate an account and create a family profile. Review a list of schools and programs the student is eligible to apply to. Learn about which schools are the best fit for your student. Access statistics and success data about CPS as a district. Read detailed descriptions and information about school and program types. Important Actions in Each Phase During the Apply phase, there are a number of important actions that applicant families will need to complete. Apply Oct Dec 2018: Round 1 / Apr June 2019: Round 2 Attend open house events. Select and rank the schools and programs youll apply to.

Complete application. Schedule admissions screenings, if required. Important Actions in Each Phase During the Selection phase, there are a number of important actions that applicant families will need to complete. Selection Mar June 2019 Receive Round 1 offers, if matched, and accept or decline them. Receive Round 1 waitlist offers, if available, and accept or decline them. Participate in Round 2 or other subsequent application period, if offered. Receive Round 2 offers, if matched, and accept or decline them.

Receive Round 2 waitlist offers, if available, and accept or decline them. APPLYING TO HIGH SCHOOL Basic Concepts HOW IT WORKS HIGH SCHOOL APPLICATION PROCESS School & Program Types CPS is home to more than 160 high schools, and every Chicago address has one designated neighborhood high school. You can find your neighborhood school by entering your address in the Search function of GoCPS. https://go.cps.edu/search School & Program Types Students are guaranteed a seat in the general education program of their neighborhood school and they do not have to apply to attend.

Neighborhood School General Education Program Guaranteed Seat School & Program Types There are also hundreds of other high school program options that were created to meet the academic and career interests of students. These programs are divided into two major categories: Non-Selective Enrollment Programs Selective Enrollment Programs Academic program options at the following types of schools: Academic program options at one of the 11

selective enrollment schools: &

Neighborhood Schools Magnet Schools CTE Schools Military Schools International Baccalaureate Schools Charter Schools CTE Program at Westinghouse CTE Program at Jones CTE Program at Hancock CTE Program at South Shore IB Program at South Shore

Brooks Hancock Jones Lane Lindblom King Northside Payton South Shore Westinghouse Whitney Young School & Program Types Students can apply to attend any high school program at any school using GoCPS, as long as they meet the minimum eligibility requirements to be considered for that program. High School Eligibility

7th Grade final grades in Reading, Math, Social Studies, and Science 7th Grade Spring NWEA MAP scores in Reading and Math Attendance (certain schools) Grade Point Average (certain programs) School & Program Types As part of the application process, families can: 1.) 2.) 3.) Select up to 20 Non-Selective Enrollment programs and up to 6 Selective Enrollment programs.

Rank these programs in their true order of preference, with the most desired program ranked first and the least desired program ranked last. Receive a single best offer to the highest-ranked NonSelective Enrollment and/or Selective Enrollment programs for which they are qualified and that had available seats. Non-Selective Enrollment Programs 20 *Select up to 20 Selective Enrollment Programs 6 *Select up to 6

*If the student is eligible Non-Selective Enrollment Programs 1-20 Rank these programs in order of preference Selective Enrollment Programs 1-6 Rank these programs in order of preference Non-Selective Enrollment Programs 1

Receive a single best offer if matched Selective Enrollment Programs 1 Receive a single best offer if matched School & Program Types Receiving an offer from a program that a student applies to outside of their general education program is not guaranteed. So if a student does not receive an offer from any other programs, they are always guaranteed a seat in the general education program of their neighborhood school. JESSICA EVAN

JAMES STUDENT NON-SELECTIVE NEIGHBORHOOD SCHOOL SELECTIVE RANK #3 Guaranteed Seat Accept Waitlist

Waitlist Waitlist RANK #2 School & Program Types However, if a student receives an offer from any other programs, they will have to choose one to accept. JESSICA EVAN NON-SELECTIVE NEIGHBORHOOD SCHOOL

Guaranteed Seat Decline JAMES STUDENT Waitlist Waitlist SELECTIVE Offer Offer Decline

Accept NEXT STEPS Subscribe & Activation Code Letters Launching the SY19-20 Application Cycle Before the end of the school year, we will launch two important activities to kick off the SY19-20 application cycle. We will open the new mailing list subscribe form for all SY19/20 grade levels. We will issue Activation Code letters that 7th grade families will use to create GoCPS accounts in August 2018. Subscribe

The first important activity is to subscribe to the GoCPS mailing list so you can begin receiving important updates and announcements about the SY19-20 application process. https://go.cps.edu/contact ***It is very important that families subscribe using the contact information they wish to be reached on over the summer while school is out.*** Subscribe Parents/guardians should make sure to sign up so they can be involved in and directly informed about their childs application process. Subscribe CPS students that are 13 years of age or older should subscribe using a personal email address or their parent/guardians email address. They should not subscribe using their @cps.edu account, which we already have on file and will automatically send messages to. If the student is under 13 years of age, only their parent/guardian should subscribe. Activation Code Letters For high school applicants only, Activation Codes are used to authenticate students and make sure the correct

student data is added to a familys account when it is created. In August 2018, we will open GoCPS for families to activate their accounts using these codes, which will create their application profile and allow them to see a list of programs they are eligible to apply to. Activation Code Letters Before the end of the school year, current 7th grade students will receive one of two letters: Activation Code Letter If the student has never been activated in a GoCPS application account, they will receive a letter containing an Activation Code. No Activation Code Letter If the student has been previously activated in GoCPS application account, they will receive a letter stating that no Activation Code is needed for the student to apply. Activation Code Letters

Students should take these letters home to their parents and store in them in a safe place until August 2018 when Account Activation and Program Eligibility information becomes available in GoCPS. We will re-distribute these letters three times to make sure they are received. Week of May 28 June 2018 Master list of Activation Codes to each Counselor (Only their students) First mailing to counselors to deliver to students Master list of codes per school September 2018

+ Second mailing to counselors to deliver to students w/report cards Third mailing to counselors to deliver to students Retrieving Activation Codes If a family misplaces their Activation Code, it can be retrieved through the following processes: 2.) 1.) Call the Office of Access and Enrollment at Contact your schools counselor to retrieve

it from their master list. 773-553-2060 or from a number on your childs CPS Student Information file. HOW IT WORKS QUESTIONS OFFICE OF ACCESS AND ENROLLMENT 773-553-2060 [email protected] CAMERON COUNSELING STAFF John Casey 773 534-4293 [email protected]

Lissette Flores 773 534-4909 [email protected]

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