Madison County Day School is Dane County’s only independent, private Pre‑K‑12 school, offering a challenging and comprehensive college‑preparatory education, including the Madison area’s only International Baccalaureate program. Our school is best defined by its community. As a fully accredited independent school, Madison Country Day School first and foremost distinguishes itself by the freedom to set its own course—as such, we purposefully have established a school community in which every child is valued for her or his individuality. Madison Country Day School is a student-centered school—a school where each child is truly known. This is first and foremost evident in the expert care and instruction our faculty delivers in a highly personalized yet focused school environment may that be the academic classroom, the athletic fields, the many fine and performing arts spaces, the nature-rich campus or the many field trip destinations.
The International Student Program at Pacelli Catholic Schools provides student support for all classes through the Learning Resources program and English as a Second Language. Being that all of our schools are smaller in size, International students are able work one on one with core teachers. When arriving, International students will be paired up with a host student based upon personal interests, personalities, and grade. The host students will be expected to be a mentor and guide for the International students both inside and outside of the classroom. PCHS offers a rigorous and well-rounded curriculum, designed to prepare all students to achieve post-high school goals. We are a leader in technology, with SMART interactive white boards in all classrooms and a Chromebook for each student, to support our teaching and learning goals.
Founded in 1903, WLHS is a co-ed 9-12 secondary school located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, near Lake Michigan, only 90 minutes from Chicago. WLHS’ affordable tuition, diverse student population, course offerings, residential on-campus housing, Christian environment and co-curriculars make it an outstanding choice in the Midwest. WLHS offers a comprehensive curriculum with courses in English, engineering, practical arts, mathematics, business education, social studies, fine arts, and other areas. Students can simultaneously accumulate high school and college credits from private colleges in the area. Cultural, fun, and volunteer activities are provided in the cost of tuition. American and international students can live in on-campus Student Homes two minutes from school. These homes have House Parents who live with and take care of the students. Homestays are also available.