Would you recommend attending Jones College Preparatory High School if you had the choice? Why or why not?

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Anonymous, Student, Jones College Preparatory High School, Class of 2016

I would highly recommend going to Jones. It is a great school academically, socially, culturally, and the location is amazing. Theres a variety of sports and clubs that work for any type of person. There is always something to get involved with and something that can fit anyones personality/hobbies. The students are also very friendly and welcoming which make such a positive environment and make you want to be in school just because of the atmosphere. Although all of these aspects are great, the one big plus that Jones has among other schools is its cultural diversity. Within one classroom there are tons of different ethnicities and cultures, and with that comes different perspectives and cultural awareness that everyone should have especially if they live in the city. Coming to Jones really opens peoples eyes because it is a community that aspires greatness from the students and creates the most well rounded students I have seen.

Anonymous, Student, Jones College Preparatory High School, Class of 2016

I would most definitely recommend going to Jones. I have grown a lot since my freshman year. I have learned so much about myself and others. The community at my school is welcoming to any kind of person, and I think that is why it feels like home when I'm there.

Anonymous, Student, Jones College Preparatory High School, Class of 2016

Yes, because the experience allows for everyone to interact with new cultures and people. Because the students who attend the school are all different whoever is next to attend the school will have a reality of how the real world is.

Anonymous, Student, Jones College Preparatory High School, Class of 2015

I agree with my choice of selecting Jones College Prep to be the environment I will spend the most time in for four years and urge others to do the same-- if it is the right fit for them. Coming from a small K through 8 school on the very north side, one block away from the suburbs, my eyes and thoughts were yanked open by attending Jones. Jones is in the heart of downtown Chicago, blocks away from Millenium Park, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, and the Art Institute. Jones is also surrounded by more than three colleges. This school does its surroundings justice. Matching what surrounds it to what it is made up of, Jones celebrates the diversity, the maturity, and the individual. The school is built on trust. An like in any extended relationship, trust is the key to success.

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