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Norwood Park »

Steinmetz College Prep High School saw its rating improve, while Schurz High School's rating fell.

Dunning »

The $7 million external module — the school's second — was finished in time for the first day of school.

Jefferson Park »

Officials unveiled a $915,000 new improvement for the Jefferson Park school yard.

Dunning »

Bridge is one of three Northwest Side schools expecting to see additions built in the next two years.

Belmont Cragin »

More than 850 freshmen live in the school's boundaries but attend other public high schools.

Jefferson Park »

Officials are aiming to complete five projects in time for the 2018-19 school year, they said.

Dunning »

More than $100 million was allocated for various unspecified projects on the Northwest Side.

Portage Park »

Nearly half of all Far Northwest Side schools are overcrowded again this year, according to CPS data.

Jefferson Park »

Also on the list of potential projects is a $20 million annex for Ebinger Elementary in Edison Park.

Dunning »

Parents at the Dunning elementary school have worked since 1988 to convince officials to build an annex.

Dunning »

Bridge is the most crowded school on the Northwest Side and the second-most crowded in the city.

Edgebrook »

Nearly half of all Far Northwest Side schools are overcrowded, according to CPS data.

Edison Park »

There are no plans to add space to elementary or high schools across the Far Northwest Side.

Dunning »

A new high school in Dunning could relieve severe overcrowding at Taft High School.

Dunning »

The two-story $18 million annex is set to open in September, officials said.