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How to Apply for High School Enrollment

The high school application window is open from Saturday, October 1,  through Sunday, October 30, 2022.

Students Currently Enrolled in Milwaukee Public Schools:
Steps to apply to a MPS high school

 

  1. Complete the high school admission application: (The application window has closed)
  2. Complete the on-demand writing activity. Grade 8 students currently enrolled in an MPS school will complete the on-demand writing activity at their school from October 3 to October 28, 2022.
  3. For students who attended 7th grade in MPS: Documents needed for the application (attendance, report card, standardized test scores) will be pulled by district staff. Families do not need to upload.
  4. For students who did NOT attend 7th grade in MPS: Families will need to submit attendance, report card, and standardized test scores when filling out the admission application.
Students Currently Enrolled Outside of Milwaukee Public Schools:
Steps to apply to a MPS high school

 

  1. Complete the high school admission application: (The application window has closed)
  2. Within the application, upload PDF electronic copies of the student’s 7th grade report card, 7th grade attendance report (not needed if this is shown on the report card), and 7th grade English Language Arts (ELA) and 7th grade math Wisconsin Forward Exam results. If a student did not complete the Wisconsin Forward Exam in 7th grade, other standardized test scores (such as MAP or Star) may be submitted.
  3. Complete the on-demand writing activity. Non-MPS applicants will complete the written essay on their own prior to October 30, 2022. An applicant will receive directions for completing the written essay within one week of submitting their application.

Documents for Student Applications

If your student attended one of the schools below for 7th grade, their documents (report card, attendance, standardized test scores) are automatically collected for the high school admission process.

If your student did not attend one of these schools for 7th grade, you will need to obtain and upload a 7th grade report card, 7th grade attendance report (unless this is shown on the report card), and 7th grade English Language Arts (ELA) and 7th grade math Wisconsin Forward Exam results. If a student did not complete the Wisconsin Forward Exam in 7th grade, other standardized test scores (such as MAP or Star) may be submitted.

53rd Street Grant Milwaukee Parkside School
Alcott Grantosa Milwaukee School of Languages
Audubon Middle School Green Tree Preparatory Academy Milwaukee Sign Language
Bethune Greenfield Milwaukee Virtual Program (MVP)
Burbank Hartford Mitchell
Burdick Hayes Bilingual Morgandale
Carson Highland Community School Morse Middle School
Carver Academy Hi-Mount Obama SCTE
Cass Holmes River Trail
Clarke Humboldt Park Rogers Street
Clement Rufus King IB Middle Years Roosevelt Middle School
Congress I.D.E.A.L. Sherman
Cooper Lafollette Starms Discovery
Craig Montessori Lancaster Story
Curtin Lincoln Center of the Arts Middle School Thoreau
Doerfler Longfellow Thurston Woods
Douglas Middle School MacDowell Montessori Townsend
Fairview Manitoba Trowbridge
Fernwood Montessori Martin Luther King, Jr. Victory
Benjamin Franklin Maryland Montessori Vieau
Gaenslen Metcalfe Wedgewood Park Middle School
Garland Milw Acad Chinese Language Whitman
Golda Meir Milw College Prep (all campuses) Wisconsin Conservatory of Lifelong Learning
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