Looking for information on out-of-school programming for Fall? Check out our My CHI. My Future. page for programs, events, and job opportunities for teens across Chicago.
The Chicago Housing Authority seeks to increase the academic achievement of its residents through local programs and scholarships. Below are some common questions about Resident Services’ Education Programs.
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WHAT EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES ARE AVAILABLE FOR YOUTH UNDER AGE 5?
WHAT SCHOOL OPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE FOR ELEMENTARY OR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS?
WHAT OPPORTUNITIES ARE AVAILABLE FOR CHA YOUTH DURING OUT-OF-SCHOOL TIME?
HOW CAN I ATTEND CITY COLLEGES OF CHICAGO AT LOW OR NO COST?
BEYOND CITY COLLEGES OF CHICAGO, DOES CHA OFFER SCHOLARSHIPS TO 2 & 4 YEAR COLLEGES?
WHAT OTHER COLLEGE STUDENT SUPPORT DOES CHA PROVIDE TO ITS RESIDENTS?
AFFORDABLE CHILD CARE ACCESS
CHA believes that every child deserves a strong foundation in life. Residents can access Head Start, Early Head Start and child care services through the Department of Family and Support Services. Visit the Chicago Department of Family & Support Services website for more information to learn more about the resources available, or call Illinois Action for Children at (312) 823-1258.
NAVIGATING HIGHER EDUCATION
Following high school, youth and young adults may want to pursue a variety of paths such as post-secondary education or alternative pathways to a career. Residents can begin to chart their next steps using the US Department of Education College Scorecard tool at CollegeScorecard.ed.gov.