Chicago Public School superintendent Tim Knaus is announcing that the Chicago Public Public Schools will open a new high school, Lake View High School, in Lake County on April 3.
The new high schools will be located at the intersection of Lake and Roosevelt roads in Lakeview.
The new high will be the sixth high school opened by the district in its history.
The first high school was opened in 1999, the second in 2005 and the last in 2015.
The district’s newest high school opens with a ceremony at noon on April 4.
Lakeview High School will be open for kindergarten through 12th grade.
The district has added a second new high in 2018, and a third in 2020.
Knaus said the new high is designed to address the district’s increasing need for student engagement and learning.
He said that Lakeview High will offer a high school experience for all students and that students will learn from both adults and children.
“This new high offers students the opportunity to experience a new, exciting and engaging learning environment, including the opportunity for a hands-on approach to learning that will prepare them for the world,” he said.
The new school will have an enrollment of 3,500 students.
Knauses said that this will be a “very new building” for the district, and that it will offer students the “opportunity to work on their academic performance, and the opportunity and opportunity to interact with teachers and staff.”
Lakeview will be an integrated high school with the support of the Chicago Department of Public Health.
Lakeview is home to the largest concentration of low-income students in the city.
Lakeview is located in the northwest corner of the city and sits between the neighborhoods of Lakeview and Lakeview Park.
The school is located on the southwest corner of Lake View and Lake View Park.