Chicago Public School’s new high school robotics project will award $5 for every name.
Students will be required to use a Google Maps app to select the school they’d like to attend, and the school will then match their request with a Google search.
The idea is to encourage students to look for schools where they think they might have a chance of succeeding academically, and they can apply to the Chicago Public schools if they think their school might be an option.
For now, the school is only offering the name of the school on a Google Map.
Students are being asked to nominate their high schools from their own Google Maps and will then be able to choose one to take a trip to for an entire semester.
They will also be able choose the school name on the school’s official website, and will receive a $5 scholarship to cover their tuition and fees.
In order to earn the $5 million in scholarship money, students must submit their Google Maps coordinates, their hometown, and their date of birth.
They can also provide an email address, and students will be encouraged to apply by contacting the school directly.
They must also complete a list of their school’s current and past alumni.
Students who are selected will then have three months to choose a school, and in the first year, they’ll have the option to continue their school journey by visiting a school in another city.
The scholarship money will be split between the school and the students, who are eligible to receive $1,000 toward tuition, fees, and books.
The money will then go to the school for the next three years.