High School Application Philosophy

Our goal for our graduating 8th graders is to ensure that all students are able to attend the high school of their choice. Over the past several years, we have been close to a 100% success rate.

High School Selections

Over the past several years our 8th grade graduates have attended the following high schools:

Amundsen IB


Back of the Yards


Chi Arts

Chicago Agriculture

Chicago Military Academy Bronzeville


Clemente IB

Cristo Rey

De La Salle

DePaul College Prep

Disney II


Gage Park

Holy Trinity


Jones College Prep


King College Prep

Lane Tech

Lincoln Park


Maine East

Mount Carmel

Niles West

Noble Chicago Bulls

Noble College Prep

Noble Golder

Noble ITW

Noble Muchin

Noble Pritzker

Noble Rauner

Noble UIC

North Grade

Northside College Prep

Northside Learning Center

Notre Dame for Boys

Notre Dame for Girls

Ogden IB


Phoenix Military


Saint Ignatius


St. Patrick’s

University of Chicago Lab School

Von Steuben



High School News

High School Fair

On October 17, LaSalle II joined seventeen other Network 6 elementary schools to host our annual High School Fair. We are thrilled to say that this year had the best turnout yet! 42 high schools and over 100 middle school students and families attended. We hope to continue to grow attendance and help more families […]

GoCPS High School Application Process

Over the years, the district has heard from families about the importance of having a choice in selecting which high school provides the best match for their child’s needs. We’ve also heard that applying to high school can be frustrating and confusing. So this year, Chicago Public Schools has completely revamped its high school application […]

High School Fair, 10/17

Come to LaSalle II to learn about local schools

2015 Graduation

Graduation for our 8th Graders was held at Clemente High School

LaSalle II High School Acceptances

We are extremely proud of each and every one of our Falcon graduates, and would like to share a few of the accomplishments our 8th graders have received.