Youth Connections Charter High School – Chicago, IL

General Information

School Name: Youth Connections Charter High School
School District: City Of Chicago Sd 299
County: Cook County

State: Illinois
Grades: 10Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Youth Connections Charter High School
10 W 35Th St
Chicago IL, 60616

Street Address

Youth Connections Charter High School
10 West 35Th St
Chicago IL, 60616

Phone Number

(312) 328-0799

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3428
Student/Teacher Ratio: 18.61:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 96th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 2418
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 201

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  • Basketball
  • Baseball
  • Cheerleading
  • Cross country
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Track
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling

Important Dates is constantly updating this section with these dates as they become available. If you go to Youth Connections Charter High School, are a teacher or administrator there, or have a child that is a student there, if you know one of these dates, please post them in the comments section.

  • First Day of Class
  • Homecoming
  • Report Cards
  • Winter Break
  • Prom
  • Class Pictures
  • Graduation
  • Summer Break

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Attention students, parents, teachers, administrators, employees and alumni of Youth Connections Charter High School. Please write a review of your experiences and your time at the school, so other people can know what a great place it is! Also, if you have a favorite teacher or someone else at the school that is special to you, be sure to mention them.

Please rate Youth Connections Charter High School on a 1 to 5 star scale, 5 stars being the best, for the following categories:

  • Teachers and academics.
  • Princial and administrators.
  • Classrooms and facilities.
  • Sports and extracurricular activities.
  • Parent and community involvement.

Data Source: NCES


  1. Charter schools get x # of droalls per student, nothing more or less. They will screw you and cut every corner they can as their inferior scores are hidden in back pages of newspapers. They will break the law in trying to keep students with disabilities out as well as any other student where there is no profit.That is the experience in Michigan, with a few exceptions where there is some private money and facilities provided as donations in a few schools. Their Charter School program is actually run better than other states. Charter schools are one of the bigger jokes conservatives have foisted upon the public.

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