Wadewitz is a Title I school employing Title I teachers and “Literacy Educational Assistants” to help all children develop their reading, writing, and grammar skills. The team at Wadewitz has dedicated itself to creating a safe and encouraging learning environment for all students to experience exciting learning opportunities. Teachers and staff promote a lifelong love of learning as they focus on student achievement and growth throughout the year. Continue reading about Wadewitz’s academics, activities, and career opportunities.
Gilmore middle school is undergoing incredible renovations to overhaul parts of the campus. Principal Zach Jacobsmeier appreciates “your kindness, patience, flexibility, and understanding.” However, construction will not stop Gilmore Fine Arts students from striving!
Pupils will acquire academic skills and realize how significantly the arts influence society, history, and culture. Learn more about the many academic prospects, educational activities, and employment opportunities.
Racine Alternative Education (RAE) offers credit rescue through the Keith R. Mack Credit Recovery Program. High school juniors and seniors who are credit deficient in Math, English, Social Studies, and Art can recover credits through traditional face-to-face classes, GED 02, and virtual options. A pupil must meet State and District requirements and have been recognized as an individual who profits from an alternative education plan.
The school’s mission “is to provide alternative pathways for students to meet their graduation requirements through personalized and blended learning.” RAE’s goal is to see students “acquire the skills to be college and career ready and demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and values required to be productive global citizens.” Learn more about RAE the various programs it provides. Learn about RAE’s career opportunities for professionals seeking teaching, administrative, and support positions.
John Paul II Academy (JPIIA) is a blooming Catholic School providing a curriculum in core academic subjects: math, accelerated math, science, reading, language arts, religion, and social studies. Likewise, JPIIA offers art, physical education, Spanish, guidance, and music. Our history of academic success proves the value teachers and administration have on student learning to prepare children for adult life.
Pupils can participate in extra-curricular activities, such as peer tutoring, academic support, drama, choir, athletics, and scouts. Parents are welcome to join us in all activities, committees, and events. To learn more about JPIIA’s admissions process, speak with the admissions team about financial aid and before and after school care.
William Horlick is an all-inclusive public high school for grades 9-12 and spans 11 acres. As Racine’s oldest high school, it has a tried-and-true reputation of delivering an outstanding learning experience for all students. The devoted staff of 200 assist 2,100 students with the same goal: “to provide all of our students with endless educational opportunities.”
The school’s mission is to “develop college and career ready students in a diverse learning community by fostering a culture of Respect, Rigor, Relevance, and Relationships.” To join the William Horlick High School Staff in their quest for excellence, continue reading about its academics, activities, and career opportunities.