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Our Wisconsin charter school uses scientific research and project-based learning as the focus of our curriculum. Project learning is based on a constructivist model of learning that engages you in real-world scholarly activity because you get to chose topics that interest you.
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Chicago Trip

Posted on April 14, 2013

Wildlands High School students are eagerly anticipating a historical and cultural field trip to the windy city of Chicago!  In early November we will charter a coach bus, make the long drive to Chicago, and spend two days exploring the city. The first day we plan to visit the Field Museum, get a behind the scenes tour of Soldier Field, and spend the evening on Navy Pier. On day two we will explore the Museum of Science and Industry, and see how strong our stomachs are on the 103rd floor of the Willis Tower-also known as the Sears Tower Sky Deck.  It will be a brief trip with lots of learning opportunities along the way.  Your support for our school and specifically donations to our school help make unique field trips like this happen. We are using donations to help cover the cost of the charter coach bus for the trip-and we haven't reached our full goal yet. If you'd like to make a donation for our Chicago trip, please fill out the donation form on the back of this newsletter-check the Chicago field trip line. We really appreciate your continued support (in so many ways!) of our school. We'll be sure to keep you updated with the highlights of our trip. Stay tuned!


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