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Clement Avenue students were lucky enough to welcome some very talented seniors this spring at the school's Intergenerational Fair. Woodworking, staining glass, playing harmonica, wood burning and weaving were just some of the skills and talents these amazing seniors shared with the students at Clement Avenue. A special thank you to Debra Jupka, retired MPS principal, for organizing this wonderful event!

Milwaukee Public Schools is committed to accelerating student achievement, building positive relationships between youth and adults and cultivating leadership at all levels.

Wisconsin Conservatory of Lifelong Learning uses a family/team approach to education in which each student is placed with the most appropriate core teacher or teachers. Our K-12 school with roughly 750 students allows staff to work closely with families for a longer period of time. We offer Advanced Placement (AP) courses for college credit. High school students applying for entrance to the Conservatory will be accepted on the basis of available space. Sibling preference does not guarantee…

Why MPS? Milwaukee Public Schools is committed to accelerating student achievement, cultivating leadership and building stronger, more positive relationships between the city’s youth and adults who can showcase the path to success.

As many as 90 Riverside University High School students are sleeping outside Thursday night, to raise money for Habitat for Humanity, and raise awareness about homelessness.  Students built boxes for temporary shelter Thursday night. At least one student told FOX6 News it is a good way to drive home a lesson.

MILWAUKEE -- As many as 90 Riverside University High School students are sleeping outside Thursday night, to raise money for Habitat for Humanity, and raise awareness about homelessness. Students built boxes for temporary shelter Thursday night.

Here are Morgan Young’s first day of school in 1999 at Morgandale Elementary and her last first day at Rufus King High School. Good luck to Morgan and the Class of 2013!

Here are Morgan Young’s first day of school in 1999 at Morgandale Elementary and her last first day at Rufus King High School. Good luck to Morgan and the Class of

Robert Larry (far left) has grown from the days of annoying his brothers with his homemade drum set, comprised of empty paint cans, pots and pans, plastic bins and a pair of steel spatulas. The Rufus King High School student has become a leader in King's band, jazz band and drum line, thanks in part to the extra learning opportunities provided by the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music.

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Bay View High School is undergoing a transformation that will begin taking effect in the 2013-14 school year! The school will focus on creativity and innovation, building upon strong science/technology/engineering/arts/math (STEAM) programming. That focus will include project-based learning that relies upon and builds student knowledge  across multiple subject areas. Click to learn more about the exciting changes coming to Bay View and LIKE or RE-PIN this post if you BELIEVE IN BAY VIEW!

Why MPS? Milwaukee Public Schools is committed to accelerating student achievement, cultivating leadership and building stronger, more positive relationships between the city’s youth and adults who can showcase the path to success.

South Division High School is the largest bilingual high school in the state of Wisconsin, offering rigorous curriculum for college-bound students. South Division provides Advanced Placement (AP) coursework in most content areas — including art, calculus, English, history and Spanish — allowing our students to earn college credits. Our Project Lead the Way offerings prepare students for careers in engineering and biomedical science. The school has partnerships with post-secondary…

Why MPS? Milwaukee Public Schools is committed to accelerating student achievement, cultivating leadership and building stronger, more positive relationships between the city’s youth and adults who can showcase the path to success.

Mr. Shine’s freshman students at Milwaukee School of Career and Technical Education partnered with Mrs. Olson’s second graders at Barack Obama K-8 School for a fun reading buddies activity. The ninth graders read stories to the second grade students and worked on fun literacy activities.

Milwaukee Public Schools is committed to accelerating student achievement, building positive relationships between youth and adults and cultivating leadership at all levels.

Students at the Rogers Street Academy Community Learning Center recreated what happened when the Titanic sunk by making ships out of clay. They competed to see which group could add the most pennies to their ship without it sinking. The winning team was able to keep their ship afloat with 17 pennies!

Milwaukee Public Schools is committed to accelerating student achievement, building positive relationships between youth and adults and cultivating leadership at all levels.

A Milwaukee High School of the Arts student is leaving Friday morning (Feb. 3) for the GRAMMYs.  Felix Ramsey is one of only eight student singers from across the country invited to attend the award ceremony and perform at the official “GRAMMY Celebration.”

A Milwaukee High School of the Arts student is leaving Friday morning (Feb. for the GRAMMYs. Felix Ramsey is one of only eight student singers from across the country invited to attend the award ceremony and perform at the official “GRAMMY Celebration.

Tuesday, September 4th was the first day of school for most Milwaukee-area students. FOX6 News followed one Milwaukee first-grader through a busy morning, as she headed off for the first day of the school year.  Janet McCullum is a teacher at Vincent High School, but before she could start her 2012-2013 school year, Tuesday morning she was focused on getting her children started on theirs.

Teacher sends first-grade, high school children off to first day of school

ALAS is a small, four-year bilingual (English/Spanish) high school providing an advanced and rigorous curriculum to promote high levels of academic bilingualism/biliteracy. Requirements for graduation include six semesters of mathematics. All students will be enrolled in advanced courses in the areas of English, social studies, science, mathematics, and foreign language. Qualified seniors are encouraged to enroll in college courses for credit.

Why MPS? Milwaukee Public Schools is committed to accelerating student achievement, cultivating leadership and building stronger, more positive relationships between the city’s youth and adults who can showcase the path to success.

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