Best Practice High School serves nearly 400 students in grades 9 through 12. It offers classes in math, social studies, language arts, Spanish, physical education, computer applications, English and science. Best Practice High School operates a library and media center that offers a collection of books, newspapers, magazines and reference materials to its students. In addition, the school has a cafeteria that provides nutritious meals. Best Practice High School offers a variety of sports activities, such as football, volleyball, wrestling, tennis, basketball, baseball, softball, cross-country, and track and field. It operates a counseling department that offers information on scholarship opportunities, graduation requirements and career planning. Located in Chicago, the school is governed by Chicago Public Schools.