|Chicago Bulls College Prep|
2040 W. Adams Street
|School type||Public Secondary Charter|
|Website||Chicago Bulls College Prep|
Chicago Bulls College Prep (CBCP) is a public four-year charter high school located on the Near West Side of Chicago, Illinois. It is a part of the Noble Network of Charter Schools. It is named after the Chicago Bulls basketball team, which endowed the school.
Chicago Bulls College Prep is a level 1+ school, based on CPS rankings.
The building was formerly known as McKinley High School - one notable attendee in 1917 was Walt Disney.
The school opened in August 2009.
The school has an average graduation rate of 82%.
In 2017, it was reported that all students in the senior class that year and since 2013 had been accepted to colleges and 50% of them dropped out.
The school is a member of the Illinois High School Association (IHSA).
As with other Noble Charter schools in Chicago, in 2012-13 Chicago Bulls College Prep expelled and suspended a larger proportion of students than public schools in Chicago. The school expelled 1.75% of its students in the year, compared to 0.05% of students in Chicago public schools, and suspended 38.5% of students compared to 9% of students in public schools.
The school has been criticised for charging parents for their children's disciplinary offences.
In 2016, a parent reported that the school had discouraged her son from applying to an historically black college.