Solorio Academy High School

Welcome to Solorio Academy High School

Solorio Academy High School seeks to create a challenging learning environment that encourages high expectations for success through developmentally appropriate instruction that allows for individual differences and learning styles. Solorio is committed to providing academic and social excellence in a positive and supportive culture to produce productive citizens prepared for a global society.


Solorio Academy High School

Rated the #1 neighborhood school in the State of Illinois by Schoolhound!

5400 S. St. Louis St.
Chicago , IL 60632
Phone: 773-535-9070

Enrollment: 1084
Fax: 773-535-9073
A CPS Neighborhood School

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Upcoming Events

Decision Day


Senior Luncheon


AUSL Fine Arts Festival

.8:00 - 3:00 PM

Latest News

Below you will find information about Solorio Academy High School’s activities, milestones, and events.

Solorio’s Model UN Delegation Earns Multiple Awards At Model UN Conference

Congratulations to the Solorio Model United Nations Team.  Jessica Martinez, Ana Garcia, Hugo Diaz, and Lucia Torres were recognized as having the best position paper on sustainability.  Kelvin Castro received a verbal commendation for his work on Internet Freedom.  Antonio Rodriguez, Amado Candelario, and Annays Yacaman were recognized as the best delegate in the General Assembly.  Michelle Navarro was recognized as the best delegate in the Security Council. Great job Mr. Meister and Mr. Cameron for preparing our students for this conference!

Girls 4 X 800 Relay Team Qualifies For IHSA State Championships

​Congratulations to the 4 X 800 Girls Relay Team comprised of Mariah Torres, Deisy Garcia, Maria Garcia, and Ruth Garcia for qualifying for the IHSA Track & Field State Championships.  Their time of 10:49 is a school record!  

Solorio Holds 3rd Annual STEAM Fair

Solorio’s 3rd annual STEAM Fair was a tremendous success!  We had over 40 students compete across all grade levels and everyone had amazing projects.  Participants used their presentation skills to explain their projects to teachers, parents, and other students during their lunch periods on Wednesday April 13th.  The winning projects from all grade levels will go on to compete at the AUSL network wide STEAM Fair at Collins High School on April 27th.  We hope to have winners at every grade level just like we have the last 2 years.  Great job Sun Warriors! Solorio STEAM WinnersFreshmen: 1st - Jasmine Lawrence and Abril Martinez2nd - Eldrich cedillo and Kevin vargasSophomores:1st - Carol Teran and Marli Barranco2nd - Crystal Sanchez and Alma Andrade Juniors: 1st - Selene Escalante and Naun Zarco2nd - Daniel BarrazaSeniors:1st - Erica Franco and Nataly Reyes2nd - Luis Aceves and Gaby Cruz