Northeast Wisconsin Innovation Charter School
Northeast Wisconsin Innovation Charter School (Opening Fall of 2019)

During the summer months, the District was awarded a $900,000 planning and implementation grant by the Department of Public Instruction for an alternative school for grades 7-14. The new charter school, Northeast Wisconsin School of Innovation provides a personalized approach to learning using proficiency-based education as the instructional framework in a community-minded technology-rich, student centered learning environment. 

NEW Innovation's competency-based education program design is modeled after The Academy, a pilot program currently serving at-risk 12th graders in the Green Bay Area Public Schools. Launched in 2015, The Academy program has served 202 students, of which 83% have graduated high school and transitioned into post-secondary life. The NEW Innovation Charter School will bring this model to scale to prevent at-risk educationally disadvantaged students from dropping out by offering an alternative option with promising results.

The charter school will leverage its relationships with its higher education partners, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College and the University of Wisconsin - Green Bay. 

Scheduled to open in the fall of 2019, NEW Innovation will initially serve students in 7th-9th grades and 12th grade. The school will serve approximately 250 students.

The Mission
Prepare all students with the knowledge and skills they need to successfully transition to life, college and the high demand careers of tomorrow.

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