Student, Chicago High School for Agriculture Sciences, Class of 2016,
A typical CHSAS (Chicago High School for Agriculture Sciences) student is usually very activate and on top of things. During the school day you will usually find the library, or the computer labs, jammed pack with students that need to finish projects for certain classes. CHSAS' students are always required to ask as many well-thought questions during class and on field trips, so naturally during class you will see students asking many questions in order to stay on top of things. The type of student that should attend CHSAS is a person that can lead others to great accomplishments by having outstanding leadership skills. Leadership is a big part of our school and it is very commonly practiced in many of our activities. Because CHSAS' main focus is agricultural, it attracts students that are pursuing a career in just that.