Enrollment Procedures & Dates
Noble operates 12 high school campuses in the city of Chicago. The Noble campuses are open to all students regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status or disability status. Students must successfully pass 8th grade and be a resident in the city of Chicago to be eligible for admission to any Noble campus.
Admission Process for Incoming Freshmen:
Our application deadline for the 2013-14 school year freshman application process has now passed. If your child is currently in 8th grade and you are interested in adding your student to our waitlist please click link below, select 8 (2017) for current grade on the form and complete the form to add your student to our list.
The following Noble campuses continue to have spaces available for the 2013-14 freshman class. If you are interested in obtaining an application for the campuses listed below, please contact them for the date and time of their next Admission Information Session.
- Auburn Gresham College Prep – 8748 S. Aberdeen St. Chicago, IL 60620 – Contact Ms. Ayala at 773.729.3400
- DRW Trading College Prep – 931 S. Homan Ave. Chicago IL 60624 – Contact Ms. Loving at 773.893.4500
- Johnson College Prep – 6350 S. Stewart Ave. Chicago IL 60621 – Contact Ms. Delgado at 312.348.1888
- Rowe-Clark Math and Science Academy – 3645 W. Chicago Ave. Chicago IL 60651 – Contact Ms. De Jesus at 773.242.2212
Admission Information Sessions are designed to provide students and parents with more details on the college prep curriculum, enrichment activities, sports, expectations and admissions process. All Noble campuses host Admission Information Sessions during the fall and early winter to provide these details. Please check back later in 2013 for Admission Information Sessions for the 2014 school year.
- Interested 8th grade students can obtain an application at the Admission Information Sessions.
- Every campus has an individual application for admission, which is not posted online or distributed to counselors.
- Students can apply to multiple Noble campuses, but must submit a separate application for each.
If demand exceeds open seats, a blind lottery is held one week after the application deadline. Student test scores, grades, or special needs are not used in any way as part of the admissions process or lottery. The lottery is open to the public and conducted by drawing participants’ names from a rolling bin. Enrollment is offered to the first names drawn, until all enrollment spots are filled. Waitlist numbers are assigned in the same manner until all names have been pulled from the bin. Any applications received incomplete or after the deadline are added to the end of the waitlist in the order they were received.
Admission Process for Transfer Students
We are no longer offering enrollment for prospective 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students. Families interested in being added to the waitlist for future openings, please complete the waitlist interest form.
The admission process is different for current high school students interested in transferring to a Noble campus. Students are placed on a waitlist according to the date they contact us. Campuses might offer enrollment at the beginning of each semester depending on whether they have space available. If a student’s name comes to the top of a campus’ waitlist, the campus will contact them at the phone number or address provided.
If you are an elementary school principal or a guidance counselor interested in learning about the Noble campuses, please contact Jessica Flores, Director of Enrollment, via email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 773.278.6895
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