Chloe Cabrales, a senior, is in her second year of dance at the CPS Advanced Arts Program (AAP) at Gallery 37. On November 28, 2019, she was honored and recognized for excelling in the classroom, community, and in her case, for her focus in the category “Media and Entertainment”. Honorees competed with more than 13,000 applicants for eighteen coveted awards in the Chicago region. Chloe received a bronze medal and educational grants to continue onto her college career where she wants to double major in dance and psychology.
We couldn’t be prouder to have Chloe in our program. She is a beacon to other students of what is possible through hard work and dedication to what one is passionate about – and for Chloe it is dance, particularly Bomba. She is a role model not only for her talent, effort, dedication, and persistence, but also for her kindness. AAP celebrates her and wishes her all the best as she continues onward in her effort to make positive change in the world through the arts.
The Hispanic Heritage Foundation (HHF) was established by the White House in 1987. Its mission is to inspire, prepare, and position Latino leaders in the classroom, community, and workforce to meet America’s priorities and to promote Latino cultural pride and showcase their accomplishments.
- Until next time. Stay creative, Chicago!