If your student is going to be absent from school, please call 773-697-2114 and leave a message with the following information: your student's name, junior or senior, reason for absence, your name, and a phone number where you can be reached. Please call before 8:00 am. Thank you! 

DeVry Advantage Academy High School’s grading scale:

100% - 90% A
89% - 80% B
79% - 70% C
69% - 60% D
59% - 0% F

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To the DeVry University Advantage Academy High School

DeVry University, in partnership with the Chicago Public Schools, offers a dual enrollment high school. DUAA provides qualified students with the opportunity to graduate with both a high school diploma and an Associate degree in Network Systems Administration or Web Graphic Design. This opportunity is open to qualified students who live in the city of Chicago who complete their sophomore year by June of 2014.

To be eligible to apply to the DeVry Advantage Academy High School, applicants must be:

  • Any Chicago resident who will have completed all required 9th and 10th grade courses by Summer 2015
    The current program begins August 31, 2015
  • Students with a minimum cumulative grade point average 2.5/4.0
  • Students with a high attendance rate (90%)
  • Students with a successful performance on the DeVry University Entrance Exam

If you are interested in applying to DeVry University Advantage Academy, please call: 773-697-2221 or complete the online FORM

The DeVry Advantage Academy High School is an innovative program that started in July 2004. At the end of four years of high school, it allows students to graduate with a CPS high school diploma and an associate degree in Network Systems Administration or Web Graphic Design. The current program begins August 30, 2014 and includes the following:
Courses taught by certified CPS teachers and industry-experienced DeVry University professors at DeVry University’s Chicago campus located at 3300 N. Campbell Avenue.

University tuition, books and technology fees are paid for by the DeVry University/Chicago Public Schools partnership.