Noble Street College Prep

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Noble Street College Prep
Noble Street College Prep Logo.jpg
1010 N. Noble St
Chicago, Illinois 60642
United States
School type Public Secondary Charter
Opened 1999
Principal Ellen Metz
Grades 912
Gender Coed
Enrollment 605 (2014-15)
Campus type Urban
Color(s)      Gold

Noble Street College Prep (commonly known as the Original Campus) of the Noble Network of Charter Schools, is a public four-year charter high school located in the West Town in Chicago, Illinois. It is a part of the Noble Network of Charter Schools. Noble Street College Prep was founded by Michael and Tonya Milkie with the support of the Northwestern University Settlement Association in 1999 and is the original campus of Noble Network of Charter Schools. Noble Street College Prep serves grades nine through twelve [1]

Average Demography of Students

  • Latino:81.8%
  • African-American:12.3%
  • Asian/Pacific Islander:0.07%
  • White:1.6%
  • Multi-racial:0.5%
  • Low Income: 90.6%

2020 Vision- Just like all the campuses of the Noble Network, Noble Street's goal is to have 2,020 college graduates by the year 2020.

Sports currently offered at Noble Street are Basketball, Football, Rugby, Soccer, Baseball, Softball, Cheer-leading, and Cross-Country.


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