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3801 N Keeler Ave Chicago, IL 60641

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Apogee Academy

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Top-Rated Self-Directed Leaning School Chicago Area 

Apogee Academy counts as one of the best private schools in Chicago, Illinois, providing an enriched, self-directed learning environment that has helped many students from home school academy and traditional school backgrounds. Founded in 2014, the school is a Chicago academy located in the Old Irving Park neighborhood of Chicago and reflects the various diverse backgrounds and cultures of the area. We are among the top Chicago private schools that are committed to supporting each of our students on their personal learning journeys through self-directed learning with the help of our experienced staff. We are dedicated to creating a community of respect and cooperation, where friendships and meaningful team projects can thrive. We provide intentional community and learning support for students across the ages of eight to eighteen in an accepting and comfortable environment to pursue their passions and meet their learning goals. If you are interested in schooling at a top private High School in Chicago, then attend our open house where you can learn more about our academic approach. With highly personalized homeschool programs based on the needs of every student who comes to us in order to learn, Apogee Academy can provide the intimacy of private tuition classes chicago with the community of the traditional school.

Location

Apogee Academy is among the best alternative schools in Chicago, and it is easily accessible! Located on the top floor of the Old Irving Park United Methodist Church, on the corner of North Keeler Avenue and Grace Street we are just a few blocks away from the Irving Park CTA Blue Line, the Irving Park station on the Union Pacific Northwest (UP-NW) Metra line, the Grayland station on the Milwaukee District North (MD-N) Metra line, and Exit 44 on the I-90. There is plenty of free parking in the area, which makes us accessible by car and public transportation from the Chicago area and many North and Northwest Suburbs.  Many of our older students can get to us independently via train, bus, or even by bike.

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