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Shorewood School District
1701 E Capitol Dr, Shorewood, WI 53211
The Shorewood School District is the public schools administration for the Village of Shorewood. District enrollment forMore winter 2010 was 2050 students, including about 300 who live outside Shorewood and attend through the Open Enrollment and Chapter 220 programs. The District comprises Atwater and Lake Bluff elementary schools (K-6), Shorewood Intermediate School (7-8), and Shorewood High School (9-12). The high school also houses New Horizons Charter School, an alternative high school program for students who have significant problems succeeding in the mainstream school environment. Shorewood supports a cost-per-student rate that is in the highest 2 percent in the state.
Shorewood Intermediate School
3830 N Morris Blvd, Shorewood, WI 53211
Shorewood Intermediate School corresponds to the middle schools of most other districts. Here, it serves only grades 7More and 8. This smaller size keeps Shorewood Intermediate intimate and family-like during these important developmental years of adolescence. In keeping with the concept, the building is somewhat unique in being round, with an open central commons.
Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Dept.
1701 E Capitol Dr, Shorewood, WI 53211
The mission of the School District of Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Department is to provide communityMore services and life-long learning opportunities through recreation, education and fitness programs to enhance the quality of life for residents of the Shorewood community.
Shorewood High School
1701 E Capitol Dr, Shorewood, WI 53211
Shorewood High School, enrolling grades nine through 12, is considered among the best in the state in overall academicsMore and in many individual fields. Achievement, graduation and college placement rates are in the top 10 percent statewide. Shorewood High excels in theater, fine arts and graphic design, and in several sports, including swimming and cross-country. The campus resembles a small college, with separate buildings devoted to arts and science, performing arts and physical education. The Shorewood School District administrative offices are also housed on campus.
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