Activities and Athletics

Milwaukee Collegiate Academy provides many extracurricular activities, athletics, clubs and organizations for students. These include Student Council, basketball, cheerleading, Technology Ambassadors, Student Ambassadors, Board Game Club and many more.  Please click the links below for more information about specific activities and clubs at MCA:

21 Club

Juniors and seniors can become members of the The 21 Club, designed to help motivate themselves and their classmates to reach various educational goals including having success on the ACT test and going on to college.

Advisor: Brenda King

Basketball

Information coming soon.

Advisor: Kim Ford

Baseball

MCA student athletes are able to participate in some sports because of an innovative cooperative agreement with Washington High School. Interested athletes are able to be full members of the Washington High School team. For more information and eligibility requirements, please contact Mr. Ford.

Advisor: Kim Ford

Cheerleading

The Cheerleaders will cheer at all MCA home games for the basketball season. They will also perform at other events that happen throughout the school year. The team does cheers but we also collaborate with the dance team to do performances.

Advisor: Brenda King

Board Game Club

Everyone student is invited to join us each week as we develop our strategic thinking capabilities and have fun by playing a large selection of fun modern board games.  Students and teachers are always available to help teach new games.  Points are accumulated throughout the year and are redeemable for prizes.

Advisor: Andrew Carek

Circle Keepers

MCA circle keepers are the student leaders of restorative practices at MCA. They will learn restorative strategies, mainly aligning to the indigenous practice of Circle Keeping, and will take the lead in bringing these practices to the student body of MCA. They will lead community building circles throughout the year as well as assist in repair harm circles when necessary.

Advisor: Christiane Buethe

Dance Team

The dance team, Lions with Attitude, dances at home basketball games and other events during the school year. The team focuses on hip hop and majorette, but also learns and takes classes in ballet, modern, and other types of dance. The team also participates in competitions across the state.

Advisor: LaQuasha Logan

Football

MCA student athletes are able to participate in some sports because of an innovative cooperative agreement with Washington High School. Interested athletes are able to be full members of the Washington High School team. For more information and eligibility requirements, please contact Mr. Ford.

Advisor: Kim Ford

Girls About Progress

Girls about Progress is a group of young women who strives to promote progress for all people. We meet once a week and plan events so that we can do community service and represent MCA in the community.

Advisor: Arie Montgomery

MCA-TV

MCA-TV is the official student-led video channel of Milwaukee Collegiate Academy and is home to the MCA News and The MCA Confession Booth series.

Advisor: William Attewell

Student Ambassadors

Student Ambassadors are a select group of students dedicated to the positive promotion of Milwaukee Collegiate Academy. Student Ambassadors build leadership skills while providing a glimpse into the academy experience Ambassadors lead tours and participate in visits to other schools and community groups. A Student Ambassador’s main job is to be a helpful, friendly face with the ability to share their experience as an MCA scholar with others.

Advisor: Kwame Green

Student Council

The Student Council is the student governing committee of MCA. The Student Council operates as a liaison between adults and students in the building, and plans events that focus on Character, Achievement, and College, the three MCA pillars.

Advisor: LaQuasha Logan

Technology Ambassadors

Students are the backbone of technology support at MCA. The Technology Ambassador program gives MCA students a chance to learn new skills, gain experience in technology, and help keep classrooms, students, teachers and community connected.

Advisor: William Attewell

Track and Field

MCA student athletes are able to participate in some sports because of an innovative cooperative agreement with Washington High School. Interested athletes are able to be full members of the Washington High School team. For more information and eligibility requirements, please contact Mr. Ford.

Advisor: Kim Ford

Yearbook

Information coming soon.

 

For more information,
please contact:

Ms. LaQuasha Logan [email]
Dean of Student Life

Mr. Kim Ford  [email]
Athletic Director

About

Milwaukee Collegiate Academy prides itself on having high academic standards and a high level of student participation in athletics and activities.  Club and involvement provides opportunities for students to explore their interests, contribute to our school community and develop their leadership skills. Additionally, studies show that involvement in extra-curricular activities helps build positive relationships between students and adults, decreases the drop-out rate, and contributes to college readiness.

Starting a Club

If a student is interested in starting a new club at MCA, the first step is to contact Ms. Logan. If the club is feasible, and meets the school requirements, the student will need to find a faculty advisor.

Activity Advisors

At the heart of our clubs, you’ll find our dedicated faculty advisors. Their commitment and hard work outside of the school day provides students with a safe, welcoming environment.  Advisors lead by example and help cultivate students’ leadership skills as well.

Upcoming Events

september, 2018

26sep7:50 am12:41 pmEarly ReleaseStudents are dismissed at 12:41 p.m.

Get In Touch

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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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