In Chicago, a student's chance of getting into the city's top, selective schools depends on where he or she lives.
Chicago Public Schools (CPS) places every part of the city into one of four socio-economic "tiers." On average, people from Tier 1 areas make less money and have less education, and people from Tier 4 areas make more money and have more education.
This tool helps you find what CPS tier you are in.
Showing 2010 Census data This site shows 2010 Census demographic data. CPS uses more current 2012 data for their calculations.
An Open City app by Derek Eder, Forest Gregg, Juan-Pablo Velez and Josh Kalov.