Every dollar you give to support Milwaukee Collegiate Academy has an impact that extends far beyond our school walls.
For our students to be successful, we rely on community and donor support to ensure that our students have equitable access to technology, meaningful learning experiences outside of the classroom and the teaching materials they need to be great. As a City of Milwaukee public, charter high school, state funding supports only 80% of MCA’s operating expenses when compared to a traditional Wisconsin public school.
“If I could change one thing about
my community, it would be
how we value education.”
—Corey Winters, Valedictorian, MCA Class of 2017
We were deeply inspired by the Milwaukee Collegiate Academy graduating class of 2017. For the fifth straight year, 100% of MCA graduates were accepted into college and they have earned over $3.5 million in scholarships over the last two years.
Every day we hear stories about how not enough African American high school students are studying science, technology, and math. Well, it is time we do something about it.
It is through gifts like yours that we are able to work towards our mission to nurture scholars capable of transforming their world, by sending them to and through college.
We agree with 2017 valedictorian Corey Winters, when he said, ““If I could change one thing about my community, it would be how we value education.”
The extraordinary support of our community partners and donors has enabled MCA to implement a ground breaking personalized learning program. This instructional model, usually reserved for accomplished students in affluent neighborhoods, is being implemented with poor, African American students on the north-side of Milwaukee — a city known to have the greatest achievement gap in the state and our school just blocks from the zip code that has the highest incarceration rate for Black men in the country.
Personalized learning at MCA has helped remove the perceived boundaries that confine so many of our students to their neighborhoods and prevents them from exploring and participating in the cultural life of our city. Our students were inspired to see themselves as future college students capable of going to and through college.
Discover how MCA’s groundbreaking Personalized Learning program earned results in its first year:
MCA will expand the instructional model to 10th grade for the 2017-18 school year and add a grade level every year until our school fully immersed in this personalized learning model.
To sustain this model we need your help.
Please join MCA scholars in changing their world by donating to MCA’s Legacy and Vision Fund. MCA is dedicated to closing the achievement gap, and opening the door of opportunity to students in the City of Milwaukee by giving them an excellent education that they deserve.
Your 100% tax-deductible gift will help us enrich and sustain our college preparatory high school program and fulfill our mission to nurture scholars capable of transforming their world, by sending them to and through college.
Please consider a generous donation today, so our scholars can continue to transform their world.
For five years in a row, 100% of MCA seniors have been accepted into college.
Please consider a generous donation to Milwaukee Collegiate Academy’s Mission and Vision Fund.
How You Can Help:
- $10,000: Help fund a national tour of college campuses for 20 MCA scholars.
- $7,500: Supports technology and software for MCA’s technology initiatives.
- $5,000: Provides graphing calculators for 50 low-income scholars.
- $3,500: Supports a 10-week credit recovery program to help 15 scholars earn required credits to keep them on track for graduation.
- $2,000: Purchases a classroom set of digital mathematics textbooks.
- $1,000: Buys three computers for our students to use in their learning.
- $500: Provides one scholar with transportation to school for a year.
- $100: Purchases school supplies for four scholars.
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Donate by Mail
You can donate by mail by completing the donation form below. Please make checks payable to: Milwaukee Collegiate Academy.
At MCA, it is personal & our students
are at the center of everything we do.
MCA is a nation-wide pioneer in the Summit Learning student-centered approach to instruction that is remaking America’s schools. MCA was the first school in Wisconsin and one of a few hundred nation-wide to be selected for the program. MCA’s focus is on ensuring that every student not only gets what he or she needs, but is also pushed to grow and achieve. For a progress report on the initiative, please click the link below.
MCA’s Personalized Learning program provides teachers with the resources to bring personalized learning to students, including 1-to-1 access to technology and mentoring. Personalized learning tracks students’ progress and allows scholars to learn at their own pace. Starting in 2016, students receive four years of Spanish and specialized instruction in STEM, fine arts and career readiness. To learn more about Personalized Learning at MCA, please click the link below.
In keeping with our mission of sending scholars to and through college, 100% of our graduates have been accepted into college five years in a row and have earned over $3.5 million in scholarships over the last two years. We continue to provide intensive guidance to scholars throughout college, ensuring that they graduate on time and are prepared for productive careers or graduate-level education. Click the link below to see what MCA alumni have to say about their high school.
Video Gallery: See for yourself what MCA has to offer
Questions? Send Us a Message
Milwaukee Collegiate Academy
4030 N. 29th Street,
Milwaukee, WI 53216
PHONE: (414) 873-4014
FAX: (414) 873-4344
Office Hours: 7:30 a.m. – 4:15 p.m.
Judith Parker, Principal
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