Prosser Career Academy
|Charles A. Prosser Career Academy|
|2148 N. Long Avenue
Chicago, Illinois, 60639
|School type||public magnet secondary vocational|
|School district||Chicago Public Schools 299|
|Principal||Mr. Ken Hunter|
|Athletics conference||Chicago Public League|
|Accreditation||North Central Association of Colleges and Schools|
Prosser Career Academy is a public vocational high school located in the Belmont Cragin neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois. It was opened in September 1959 for males only, adding females decades later. Prior to the summer of 1998 the school's name was Prosser Vocational High School. The school is named for Charles Allen Prosser, an educator who pioneered vocational education.
During their first year, students enroll in the Freshman Academy which eases the transition into high school. After freshman year, students enroll in the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme or Career and Technical Education (CTE) clusters.
- Advanced Technology Group
- Academic Decathlon
- African American Club
- After School Matters
- Badminton Club
- Ecology Club
- Falcon Newspaper
- French Club
- Key Club
- National Honor Society
- Polish Club
- Rube Goldberg
- Student Council
- Yu-Gi-Oh Club
- Baseball (M) (V,JV)
- Soccer (V,JV) (F/M)
- Softball (V)(F)
- Track and Field (M,F)
- Volleyball (M,F) (V,JV)
- Wrestling (M)
- Swimming (M,F) (JV,V)
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- "Institution Summary for Prosser Career Academy". AdvacedED profile. North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement. Retrieved 24 January 2010.
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