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North Park Elementary School
2017 W Montrose    
Chicago, Illinois  60618  
Private/Independent School
pre-k 8 250 students


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About NPES

North Park Elementary School is an independent school accredited by the Independent Schools Association of the Central States (ISACS) located in Chicago's North Center-Ravenswood community. North Park serves 249 students in Preschool through 8th Grade, and is dedicated to raising confident, self-reliant individuals in partnership with families, instilling a sense of curiosity, a passion for learning, and a commitment to impacting the broader community in positive ways. North Park seeks to nurture curiosity, spark creativity, and sustain a vibrant, inclusive, community that supports all students, helping them become the best version of themselves. North Park believes that diversity is a critical source of strength for all.  For more on the school’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, click here.


NPES is located in Chicago’s North Center/Ravenswood community. We are accessible by the CTA Brown Line (the station is three blocks east of the school, on Montrose), the north-south CTA Damen Bus (#50 Bus), the east-west CTA Montrose Bus (#78), and the METRA train to both the suburbs and downtown Chicago (the Ravenswood Station is .8 miles from the school).  Ample free street parking is available within one block of the school.  The walkable community surrounding our school offers many amenities, including shopping, dining, parks and recreation.


Please submit a cover letter with resume to North Park Elementary School Office Manager Kerry Maman at

Diversity Mission Statement

This Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement, drafted by the DEI Committee of the Board of Directors in collaboration with faculty and staff, was unanimously adopted by the NPES Board. (August 2022)

NPES embraces and celebrates the diversity of our community through our mission, curriculum, and practices. As a result, we:

-Act intentionally to create an equitable and affirming environment for our students, caregivers, faculty, and staff

-Foster a sense of belonging for each of our learners and all members of our community

-Value multiculturalism and the role of diverse perspectives in our teaching and learning

-Guide students to develop a robust understanding of themselves and the world around them

-Teach and model how differences can enrich our community, deepen learning, and promote a more equitable, just, and productive society for all