At CBA we educate our learners on problem-creating,
collaboration, problem-solving, creative expression, critical thinking, discussion-based interactions, effective reasoning, and innovation.
Learners have an important role in relating historical works, and
understanding the teaching needed to reach new heights.
At CBA your learner will:
-Acquire insight based around new developments
-Acquire skills needed for effective research practices
-Think in depth using imagination, collaboration, and environments
-Build autonomy during independent study sessions
-Develop sound ideas that create platforms to connect with athletes
-Decipher main components and discoveries
The Department of Sport Technology
*(ST 110) Molecular Wires M,W 10:20am Instructor - I. Peachey
This area of sport technology challenges leaners to adapt cognitively as well as physically to produce results needed for overview and analysis. Other work produced by students will be considered also.
*full course catalog issued once enrolled
The U.S. Fund for UNICEF is excited to collaborate with the Chicago Basketball Academy to inspire global citizenship among students and create opportunities for them to make an impact on areas of the world in need of development.
The U.S. Fund for UNICEF will conduct TeachUNICEF workshops with the Chicago Basketball Academy to educate students on global issues and involve them in solutions to international problems.
UNICEF High School Club at the Chicago Basketball Academy
The U.S. Fund for UNICEF will help student leaders with all the necessary resources as available. The goal of our high school clubs is to empower students to educate, advocate, and fundraise around UNICEF’s work.