Good News from Milwaukee Collegiate Academy
Something amazing is happening every day at MCA.
Below you will find some recent good news about the learning taking
place in our classrooms and things that make our school great.
MCA’s Class of 2018 will graduate on May 19, 2018 at Greater New Birth Church at 8237 West Silver Spring Drive. The ceremony begins at 10 a.m. for tickets and more information, please call (414)...read more
MCA’s Junior Prom will be held on April 20. Arrival is at 6 p.m., The Grand March starts at 6:30 p.m. Dinner and Dancing 7 to 10 p.m. TIX: $75 per couple and $40 single. Venue: 3041 North Urban Club for the Soul, 3041 W. North Avenue, Milwaukee, WI...read more
MCA’s students, staff, family and community are invited to celebrate the hard work and the decisions of the Class of 2018 to continue their education beyond high school at MCA’s annual College Decision Day event on Friday, May 4 at 8 a.m. For more...read more
Are you searching for an academically challenging, and socially safe high school option? If so, please join us on Thursday, February 8 from 4:30 to 6 p.m. for an MCA Open House.read more
This week, MCA 9th and 10th-graders participated in STEM expeditions. Over two days, students participated in computer programming, drawing, poetry, marketing, engineering challenges and other special classesread more
MCA’s Spring College Tour will be held from March 4 to 10 and students will tour seven colleges or universities.read more
Milwaukee Collegiate Academy senior Taviah Holmes has been named MCA Youth of the Year by the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Milwaukee. Holmes will be competing with seven other Milwaukee area schools on January 10 for an opportunity to compete in the national competition.read more
Today, students in Mr. Ball’s 11th-grade chemistry class learned how to use and read a triple beam balance and worked on measuring volume.read more
Scholars in Ms. Kelly’s 10th-grade English class were inspired during a visit by State Representative David Crowley. Scholars engaged in conversations about Milwaukee, politics, sports, and college. Thank you! David Crowleyread more
MCA’s Technology Ambassadors used their first day of Thanksgiving Break to come to school to set up a new 3D printer.read more
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.
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.
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.
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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