Welcome to the School District of Ashland’s
Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment website!
“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.”
District Learning Standards: The School District of Ashland has a commitment to excellence. We will be using the Common Core State Standards for Math, English Language Arts, and Literacy in All Subjects and Wisconsin Academic Standards for all other content areas.
Educational Options in the School District of Ashland
Annually, each public school, including a charter school, must provide to the parent or guardian of each pupil enrolled in or attending the school a list of the educational options available to children who reside in the pupil's resident school district. This includes; public schools, private schools participating in a parental choice program charter schools, virtual schools, full-time open enrollment, youth options, course options, and options for pupils enrolled in a home-based private educational program.
- Ashland High School - grades 9-12
- Lake Superior High School - grades 9-12 (charter school)
- Ashland Middle School - grades 6-8
- Oredocker Project School - grades 7-8 (charter school)
- Lake Superior Learning Community - grades 3-6 (charter school)
- Lake Superior Elementary - grades PK-5
- Marengo Valley School - grades K-5
- Our Lady of the Lake Catholic School
- Early College Credit Program - grades 9 - 12 (University of Wisconsin System, tribally controlled college, or private, nonprofit institution of higher education located in the state)
- Start College Now Program - grades 11 & 12 (Wisconsin Technical College System)
- Virtual Learning Option grades K4-12
- Open-Enrollment all grades
- Gifted and Talented Program all grades
- Advanced Placement Courses grades 9-12
- Independent Study Opportunity grades 9-12
- Advanced Standing and Transcripted Credits through WITC grades 9-12
- Home-Based Private Education Program all grades
- Can my child take courses at a public school while he/she is enrolled in homeschooling? The part-time attendance law, s.118.53, Wis. Stats., allows homeschooled students to attend a public school on a part-time basis. A school district is required, space permitting, to allow pupils who are enrolled in a homeschool program to take up to two courses per semester at any public school. Students must satisfy the minimum standards for admission to a course offered by the school district.
Parents/Guardians: If you have questions in regards to your student(s) curriculum/class options, please contact the Guidance Counselor at your student's school.