| April 8, 2019
No longer will Austin students have to leave the West Side to continue or start their IB education at the high school level. Michele Clark High School will receive $200,000 in next year’s budget to begin implementing the rigorous program offered in more than 146 countries.
| July 29, 2018
Over the next year, the Austin College and Career Academy will get an entirely new lab, while Michele Clark Magnet High School will see improvements to its existing lab.
| October 6, 2017
West Siders will meet at 6 p.m. Oct. 10th to discuss the development and support for a new school as part of Austin’s Good Neighbor Campaign.
| December 20, 2016
West Side families participated in the workshops organized by Kids First Chicago before the recent deadline to apply for the 2017-2018 school year.
| December 22, 2015
A community meeting to discuss the consolidation of Austin Polytechnical, Austin Business and Entrepreneurship and VOISE Academy will be held Jan. 13.
| June 3, 2015
Twenty-four college-bound students will benefit this year from Third Unitarian Church’s longtime program.
| December 14, 2014
About 200 students from 30 schools across the city participated in this weekend’s Mikva Challenge campaign kickoff.
| April 28, 2014
Local resident Dwayne Truss laments Mayor Rahn Emanuel’s plan and urges West and South Side residents to fight back for the sake of their children.
| August 10, 2013
Owners of the property plan to construct an industrial building they hope will make the site more attractive to tenants.
| January 28, 2013
The Jan. 29 forum for high school students and parents starts at 6:30 p.m., 118 N. Central Ave.