Alexander Graham Bell School is a Chicago Public School. It serves almost 950 students from pre-school through 8th grade. Bell has 3 programs:
- Neighborhood, for grades K-8 students who live within the attendance district.
- Regional Gifted, for grades 1-8 with admission determined by CPS testing.
- Deaf, for grades pre-K-8 for students with IEPs indicating eligibility.
For detailed information about each of these programs, please use the links at left.
Bell School will teach all of its students the foundational academic and social skills they need to achieve their highest ambitions; will help all of its students learn to be respectful, thoughtful, and well-balanced; and will challenge all of its students to excel as engaged citizens of the world.
Bell School values the professionalism and dedication of the faculty and staff; the participation of parents; transparency, creativity, and collaboration in decision-making; mindful communication; its unique community of learners; and the support of outside partners.
Bell maintains a tradition of excellence and high expectations for all of its students. The school has won numerous awards over the years, and strives to serve as a model public elementary school educating a diverse student population. Bell's excellence reflects the hard work of its faculty, staff and administration, and the high level of parental involvement.
For a list of Bell's teachers and staff, please use the Staff link to the left. The Getting Involved, Bell LSC, and Friends of Bell sections all contain more information about how parents and community members can contribute to Bell's success. To get in touch with someone at Bell, use the Contact Us page.
Last Updated on Friday, 28 January 2011 10:18