• 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:

    o A list of the educational options available to children who reside in the pupil’s resident school district – including 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.

    Public Schools

    • 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 6-8 (charter school)
    • Lake Superior Intermediate - grades 3-5
    • Lake Superior Learning Community - grades 3-5 (charter school)
    • Lake Superior Primary - grades K4-2
    • Marengo Valley School - grades K-5

    Private Schools

    • Our Lady of the Lake Catholic School

    Additional Options

    • Early College Credit Program (not Technical Colleges) grades 11 & 12
    • Start College Now Program (Technical Colleges) - grades 9-12
    • Online Learning Option - grades KDG-12 (must be enrolled in the School District of Ashland)
    • 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.


    Student Academic Standards