HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL'S PAGE
Elmwood High School strives to provide students with a high-quality education that allows them to meet the challenges of today's ever-changing world. With approximately 100 students enrolled, and over 15 dedicated staff members, Elmwood High School offers academic and extra-curricular opportunities that enrich the high school experience. Due to the size of Elmwood, students have the unique advantage of very small class sizes and small group instruction that meets the needs of a variety of learners. Educators at Elmwood are devoted to embracing this culture to create a safe and caring environment focused on respect, responsibility, and community. If you would like to see our facilities or learn more about the district, we encourage you to come to Elmwood where I will personally meet with you for a tour and discuss the offerings at Elmwood.
Multiple class opportunities catered to your learning style
Transcripted Credits (Credits earned in high school towards college) in a variety of classes through CVTC and UW-Oshkosh
Advanced Placement programming.
Academic programming designed to ensure a well-rounded education
Individualized online offerings through Edmentum
Strong music, art, and forensics programs
Math and science offerings that run the range from basic to advanced
Sections of college prep English and social studies
RtI based study hall hours where students can work with teachers for better understanding or enrichment opportunities in small group or one on one settings.
Spanish offerings that range from level 1 through 4
Innovative technology to enhance education (SmartBoards and TVs, 1:1 Technology, Chromebooks, 3D Printers, etc.)
Quality and competitive athletic teams
Supportive staff geared to help students along their educational path
Elmwood strives to ensure that reading is at the forefront. Through an Accelerated Reader program, students are asked to meet certain requirements to better their reading skills.
Elmwood MS/HS offers research based math courses that meet the needs and abilities of all students. Starting in the 2020-21 school year, Elmwood will phase in CPM Math, which is the highest rated curriculum on the market. We will phase this curriculum with our 6th grade students in Core Connections I, and with our 8th grade and 9th grade students in Integrated Math I, formerly Algebra I.
Students will have an opportunity at Elmwood High School to take course work that will enrich their lives. Whether it is art, music, physical education or web page design, students have many elective choices that will pique their interest.