Noble Network of Charter Schools

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Description

The Noble Network of Charter Schools is Chicago’s largest and highest performing network of open enrollment public charter high schools. Noble is a non-selective network serving more than 9,000 students throughout Chicago at fourteen campuses. Noble campuses are located in some of Chicago’s highest need communities and serve a student population that is 89% low-income and 98% minority. All Noble high schools are ranked in the top ten of non-selective public high schools in Chicago. In June 2013, more than 1,200 students graduated from a Noble campus and 90% of them are going on to college. As a public charter high school, there are no testing requirements for enrollment at any of Noble campuses.

Demographics for Chicago Schools in Network

Black
Hispanic
White
Other

  • 45.4%
  • 50.2%
  • 1.4%
  • 3%
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Low Income
Special Education
Limited English

  • 89.5%
  • 13.8%
  • 3.1%
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  • Black 45.4%
  • Hispanic 50.2%
  • White 1.4%
  • Other 3%
  • Low Income 89.5%
  • Special Education 13.8%
  • Limited English 3.1%

| Average for Non-Selective Schools in Chicago


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