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Wildlands School

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Accept Bigger Challenges

Increased freedom means increased responsibility. Are you up for it?

Respect Others

First and foremost, we treat students like people! We respect their passions and personalities and help them to be the best people they can be.

Benefit from a unique learning environment

 Find support in a multi-generational community inquiring into the world around us. Although requirements are different in each grade, we often interact.

Explore Nature

In the heart of Beaver Creek Reserve... With 400+ acres of diverse habitat of upland woods, river bottom forests, wetlands, and savannahs, the reserve is home to a multitude of flora and fauna.

Become self-directed and self-taught

The skills you learn while designing and implementing your own projects will prove valuable in whatever discipline you pursue after high school.

Instill Ownership

To truly be successful, you need to want it for yourself. At Wildlands School, we help students develop a learning path that they OWN. As a result, our students are self-motivated to learn!

The World Is Your Classroom

Whether you're exploring a wetland, building a YouTube video, or interviewing experts, you'll discover real learning starts where the classroom walls end.

Seek Adventure

Develop lifelong outdoor skills. Learn how to ski, canoe, mountain bike, camp, and more. At our charter science school, the outdoors is a setting for adventure as well as learning.

Join a learning community -

Students, teachers, and community experts working on a wide range of projects focused on an even wider range of topics. Our science school is a Wisconsin charter school and a partnership between Augusta School District and Wildlands Charter School.

  • Wildlands Family! We're excited to share an opportunity for an unforgettable full day of guided fishing, while supporting our senior students in their critical access and conservation project as they...Read Full Post

    Posted: April 15, 10:39 AM