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MPS Contracted Schools

MPS Contracted Schools:

MPS works with a number of organizations to provide a variety of educational and programming opportunities for its students.  These opportunities include, but are not limited to, charter schools, partnership schools and other contracted educational programs. 

A charter school is a public school, that, in accordance with state statute, is exempt from most provisions of Wisconsin Statutes, Chapters 115-121, except as explicitly required by law or agreed to by the parties.  In return for more autonomy from state and local control, charter schools agree to be held to higher standards of accountability.  MPS has two types of charters schools:  Instrumentality Charter Schools, which are staffed by MPS employees and serve students in facilities that are owned or leased by MPS and Non-instrumentality Charter Schools which serve students in buildings that are owned or leased by the school operator and are staffed by non-MPS employees.

Partnership schools are operated by community-based agencies or organizations under contract with MPS that partner with MPS to provide educational options for parents of students at-risk of not completing high school (as defined by Wisconsin Statute 118.153) or provide other educational programming or services that meet the Districts identified programming needs.  Eligibility for enrollment at partnership school is based on statutory definitions, individual program criteria, permission of parent/guardian and/or seat availability.

A list of our schools can be found below.  Please click on a school to learn more about the individual school or program.


Charter Schools

 I=Instrumentality Charter School; NIC=Non-instrumentality charter school

Academia de Lenguaje y Bellas Artes (ALBA)
 Alliance School of Milwaukee
Carmen High School of Science and Technology, South
Carmen High School of Science and Technology, Southeast
Carmen Middle School of Science and Technology, South
  • Address: 1236 Souh Layton Blvd., Milwaukee, WI 53215
  • Phone: 414-384-4444
  • Fax: 414-509-7850
  • Lead Contact: Dr. Patricia Hoben, Head of Schools (hobenp@carmenhighschool.org)
  • Grades Served: 6
  • Hours: 8:00 a.m.-3:37 p.m. Monday-Thursday; 8:00 a.m.-2:36 p.m. Friday
  • Website: http://www.carmenhighschool.org/
  • Type: NIC
  • Start/End Dates: 8/20-6/13 (Scheduled to open Fall 2018)
Carmen Middle/High School of Science and Technology, Northwest
Highland Community School
Hmong American Peace Academy (HAPA)
  • Hmong American Peace Academy - Happy Hill Campus
  • Address: 7171 W. Brown Deer Rd., Milwaukee, WI 53223
  • Phone: 414-797-0746
  • Fax: 414-383-4950
  • Lead Contact: Chris Her-Xiong, Executive Director (herxiong.chris@myhapa.org)
  • Grades Served: K4-2
  • Hours: 7:35 a.m.-2:15 p.m.
  • Website: www.myhapa.org
  • Type: NIC
  • Start/End Dates: 9/5-6/8
  • Downlowad HAPA's Calendar

 

  • Hmong American Peace Academy-Morse Campus
  • Address: 4601 N. 84th St., Milwaukee, WI 53225
  • Phone: 414-383-4944
  • Fax: 414-383-4950
  • Lead Contact: Chris Her-Xiong, Executive Director (herxiong.chris@myhapa.org)
  • Grades Served: 3-12
  • Hours: 7:15 a.m.-2:45 p.m.
  • Website: www.myhapa.org
  • Type: NIC
  • Start/End Dates: 9/5-6/8
  • Download HAPA's Calendar
Honey Creek Continuous Progress School

 

Individualized Developmental Educational Approaches to Learning (IDEAL)
Kathryn T. Daniels University Preparatory Academy
La Causa Charter School

 

  • Address: 809 W. Greenfield Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53204
  • Phone: 414-902-1660
  • Fax: 414-902-1676
  • Lead Contact: Maria Ayala-Smith, Director of Education (marias@lacausa.org)
  • Grades Served: K4-K5
  • Hours: 7:20 a.m.-2:40 p.m.
  • Website: www.lacausa.org
  • Type: NIC
  • Start/End Dates: 9/5-6/8
  • Download LaCausa's Calendar
Milwaukee College Prep - 36th St. Campus

 

Milwaukee College Prep - 38th St. Campus
Milwaukee College Prep - Lloyd St. Campus
Milwaukee College Prep - Lola-Rowe North Campus
Milwaukee Community Cyber High School (MC2)
Milwaukee Environmental Sciences Academy (MESA)
Milwaukee Excellence Charter School
New School for Youth Empowerment
Next Door Charter School

 

NOVA Tech
Whittier Elementary

Partnership Schools

P=Partnership School; AR=At Risk; BR=Behavioral Reassignment

Assata
Banner Preparatory School of Milwaukee
Grandview High School
Lad Lake Synergy
MATC Emerging Scholars Program
  • Address: 700 W. State St., Milwaukee, WI 53233
  • Phone: 414-297-7447
  • Fax: 414-297-8154
  • Lead Contact: Carmelita Simms, Program Director (simmsc@matc.edu)
  • Grades Served: 9-12
  • Hours: 8:00 a.m.-2:25 p.m.
  • Type: P-AR
  • Start/End Dates: 8/28-5/18
NOVA High School
Shalom High School
Southeastern

Contacts

Phone: 414-475-8140
Fax: 414-475-8470
Email: bronaumd@milwaukee.k12.wi.us

Contracted School Services Director:
Marla Bronaugh
Office of School Administration

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