Join Austin Weekly News at our 2013 West Side Education Fair on Saturday, March 23, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The fair will be held at KIPP Create Middle School, 4818 W. Ohio St. in Chicago.

The first 200 attendees receive a free tote bag and everyone has a chance to enter a raffle for an iPad.

If you are among the many parents on Chicago’s West Side neighborhoods who are looking right now for the right school for your children, this event is for you. Austin Weekly News, the most widely read community news source in the area, is sponsoring this fair as a service to our west side neighbors.

Participating school and organizations

Advanced Manufacturing Career Prep
After School Matters – Urban Hardball
Austin Business and Entrepreneurship Academy
Austin Coming Together
Austin Weekly News
Austin Polytech
Bethel Brain Train
Catalyst Schools: Howland Campus & Circle Rock Campus
Chicago Academy for the Arts
Chicago Hope Academy
Chicago Jesuit Academy – The Chicago College Prep Summer Program
Chicago Police and Fire Training Academy
Christ the King Jesuit College Prep HS
CICS ChicagoQuest
Community Bank of Oak Park River Forest
Crane Medical Prep High School
Dr. Bill’s Learning Center
Educators Resource
Fathers Who Care
Fenwick High School
Garfield Park Little League
Holy Family School
John Hay Community Academy
John Marshall Metropolitan High School
KIPP Chicago, KIPP Create and KIPP Ascend
Learn Charter School Network
Lookingglass Theatre Company
MacCormac College
May Community Academy Elementary
Michele Clark High School
Miracle Divine Christian Academy
Montessori Academy of Chicago
Orange School – an Arts-Based Elementary School
Performing Community Solutions
Providence St. Mel High School
Rowe Elementary School
Spencer Technology Academy
State of Illinois Treasury Department, Bright Start Savings
St. Agatha Catholic Academy
St. Paul Lutheran
The Etiquette Company
University of Chicago Softball Camp
West Garfield Park Youth Council/Fathers Who Care
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