NLCP In The News
NLCP students are going places and contributing to their communities, with continued support and encouragement from our staff.
An alarming number of Chicago youth witness gun violence. Schools need support to help them heal.
Chicago Sun-Times May 15, 2023
North Lawndale beats Marshall in West Side city tournament showdown
Chicago Sun-Times February 1, 2023
‘Obamas home to vote’
Politico October 18, 2022
‘Former President Barack Obama, Michelle Obama, vote in loop. Surprises students on Chicago visit’
ABC 7 Chicago October 17, 2022
‘Peace Warriors’ — who draw inspiration from MLK — train CPS students in resisting, preventing violence
WBEZ Chicago September 18, 2022
After a pandemic break, teens at a West Side high school are warriors for peace once again
WBEZ Chicago September 16, 2022
Night Ministry Expands Footprint In North Lawndale
Austin Weekly News. May 13, 2022
Former CEO, Garland Thomas-McDavid: Addressing trauma is paramount in helping North Lawndale to rise and thrive
The Chicago Tribune. May 16, 2022
Cubs Scholar Freddie Golden earns $1 million in scholarships
WGN. May 13, 2022
Daly Challenges Students To Be Great
DVIDS. May 6, 2022
How One West Side Charter School Kept Students In Class Through The Latest COVID-19 Surge
Block Club Chicago. January 22, 2022
Jemarje Windfield scores 37 to lead North Lawndale past Lincoln Park in OT
Chicago Sun-Times. January 12, 2022
NLCP Student Receives Honorable Mention Award from CPD
Lawndale News. October 28, 2021
North Lawndale College Prep Fighting a Three Headed Monster
CBS 2-Chicago. November 19, 2020.
Dual Risks Of Pandemic And Violent Crime Have North Lawndale Students On Edge; ‘It’s Very Hard To Focus’
North Lawndale College Prep students return to in-person learning.
Fox News 32-Chicago. November 30, 2020.
Former CEO/President, Dr. Garland Thomas McDavid explaining the importance of NLCP’s Hybrid Learning Model during these uncertain times on Fox 32 News.
Chicago Charter School Says In-Person Learning Is Boosting Grades And Attendance
WBEZ, NPR News. December 9, 2020
As Chicago Public Schools prepares to resume in-person classes early next year, one charter school says that model is working for its students.