Links of Interest

Please visit the websites of some of our many partners in education.

With over 13,000 pre-kindergarten through 12th grade students served in our 25 schools, the School District of Waukesha is the seventh largest school district in the State of Wisconsin. The 25 schools include three comprehensive high schools, three middle schools, and 17 elementary schools. In addition, the District serves students in five charter schools: Harvey Philip Charter Alternative Charter School, Charter Recovery School, Waukesha Academy of Health Professions, Waukesha Engineering Prepatory Academy, and iQ Academies of Wisconsin.

The Waukesha Education Foundation is a permanent fund within the Waukesha County Community Foundation (WCCF). The WCCF takes responsibility for professionally managing our endowment funds and provides administrative services such as donor acknowledgements and pledge tracking. The WCCF is a permanent collection of endowment funds created by donors to assist them in providing grant support to help charitable organizations. The WCCF is focused on Waukesha County, although grants are permitted to be directed elsewhere. In 2007 grants totaled almost $1,100,000. WCCF assets have grown to more than $21 million.
Waukesha North High School graduated its first class in 1976. The North Band has been featured in Education Connection productions on their Macy's Thanksgiving Parade trip and for Bugles Across America. The North Band joined forces with parts of the West and South High School Bands to perform collectively for the first time at the Foundation's inaugural Celebration of Excellence fundraising event.
Waukesha South High School, which opened in 1957, was once the only Waukesha high school. The South High School Art Department was instrumental in developing the Foundation logo and much of our early marketing materials.
Waukesha West High School is the newest of the Waukesha High Schools. West opened its doors in 1993. West's Technical Communication program has received grants from the Foundation, and is responsible for the production of Education Connection, the cable TV programming highlighting the School District and the Waukesha Community. It can be seen on Time Warner Channel 13 and programs are also featured on Time Warner On-Demand.

Time Warner Cable is our broadcast partner for the Education Connection both on the School District's Cable Channel 13 and on Time Warner On-Demand.

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