Lindblom High has been getting lots of positive attention recently, including a Golden Apple award for Principal Mather, feature coverage from Catalyst's Sarah Karp (A Chicago High School Moves To Head Of Class), and this column from Andy Shaw (A South Side success story). The gist of it all is that Lindblom has rebounded from the depths a decade ago without being turned around or converted into a charter. (It is a selective enrollment school, however.) Read the articles and let us know what you think (or know). Does the school deserve the praise it's been receiving? What's so different about what's going on there?