Building a World of Opportunities for All to Thrive
High Student Achievement
69%OF GRADUATES ENTERING 2-4 YEAR COLLEGE*Post secondary plans for 2021 graduates
$14,673COST SAVINGS FROM OUR SOLAR PANELS ALONE!
97%Staff Retention rate
OPPORTUNITIES FOR ALL
1stPublic Charter School in Kewaunee & Door CountyAlgoma Venture Academy
Community & World Connections
$105,506AWARDED IN SCHOLARSHIPS*Graduating class of 38 students
Globally recognized for our 'Live Algoma' Model*a school to community approach to improving the lives of ALL
highest performing high school in Kewaunee county*according to the 2021 U.S. News & World Report
maintained or showed growth for both in-person and virtual learning options*offered in 2020-2021 to AES Students
Algoma District Highlights!
Algoma Wolf Tech
Over the past ten years, we have embraced CNC machining, advanced manufacturing, welding, fabrication, value-added woodworking, custom design/building, and flexographic printing. Click Learn More for more about ways we provide real, meaningful opportunities for our students.
N.O.W. (Nourishing Our Wolves)
Students develop connections & understanding while growing produce for our school & community.
The Flex Farm Hydroponics Unit provides fresh, leafy greens. and herbs for use on our salad bar and in our foods classes.
Students learn the process of screen printing and more – including packaging, laminating, distribution, and filling office orders.
Engaging the students in this way gives purpose, builds self confidence, and improves social skills – providing them the opportunity to succeed in our community.
Algoma School District’s Solar Farm
Built to reduce the school’s carbon footprint while saving the district money, the solar farm project took 2 years to complete from design to finished product – it came online at 1AM on September 30, 2020.
a success story, a positive strategy, a strong asset or resource that derives from our school district community and works towards building a world of opportunities so ALL can thrive
Culture of Health
In 2017, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation awarded Algoma with their prestigious Culture of Health Award.
2020 All-America City
The All-America City Award recognizes communities that leverage civic engagement, collaboration, inclusiveness, and innovation to successfully address local issues.