First semester check-in shows promise for charter school | Parents & Kids
The district's charter school launched last semester is showing promising results, according to students taking part in the project-based learning discipline.
Clark Street Community School -- formerly Middleton Alternative Senior High -- was built to serve a diverse student population outside of the traditional high school learning model, according to a Middleton Times-Tribune report.
The concept that guides the day-to-day education of about 120 students is the projects, which are individualized for the student. Clark Street attendees have conducted research about topics like blood diamonds, dog breeds, and biodiversity in the Pheasant Branch Creek.