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Programs & Activities

Learning is a lifelong process that extends beyond the walls of the classroom. At Milwaukee Scholars Charter School, children can explore their interests, learn new skills and make new friends through a variety of extracurricular activities.

Activities and Clubs

K-4 - 2nd Grade
Activities and Clubs

Activities and Clubs: K-4 - 2nd Grade

Field Trips

Students have the opportunity to take the learning outside the classroom though various grade level field trips.

Black History Programs

All grade levels participate in age-appropriate activities to celebrate the art, poetry, music, inventions, intellectual contributions, political accomplishments of African Americans.

Community Service

Moral focus virtues are practiced beyond the classroom! Children participating in service projects model compassion and courage by working to meet local needs.

Art Club

Designed for our young artists, this after school club is a place for boys and girls of artistic interest to hone their skills, develop techniques, and work with each other on group projects.

3rd - 5th Grade
Activities and Clubs

Field Trips

Students have the opportunity to take the learning outside the classroom though various grade level field trips.

Black History Programs

All grade levels participate in age-appropriate activities to celebrate the art, poetry, music, inventions, intellectual contributions, political accomplishments of African Americans.

Book Club

Members of this popular club gather to “book talk” by sharing ideas, exploring differences of opinion, finding common interests, and most of all: enjoying a shared love for reading!

Community Service

Moral focus virtues are practiced beyond the classroom! Children participating in service projects model compassion and courage by working to meet local needs.

Safety Patrol

Scholars in this program practice good leadership and safety measures by assisting with arrival, dismissal, and special school events.

Art Club

Designed for our young artists, this after school club is a place for boys and girls of artistic interest to hone their skills, develop techniques, and work with each other on group projects.

6th - 8th Grade
Activities and Clubs

Field Trips

Students have the opportunity to take the learning outside the classroom though various grade level field trips.

Black History Programs

All grade levels participate in age-appropriate activities to celebrate the art, poetry, music, inventions, intellectual contributions, political accomplishments of African Americans.

Book Club

Members of this popular club gather to “book talk” by sharing ideas, exploring differences of opinion, finding common interests, and most of all: enjoying a shared love for reading!

Community Service

Moral focus virtues are practiced beyond the classroom! Children participating in service projects model compassion and courage by working to meet local needs.

Safety Patrol

Scholars in this program practice good leadership and safety measures by assisting with arrival, dismissal, and special school events.

Art Club

Designed for our young artists, this after school club is a place for boys and girls of artistic interest to hone their skills, develop techniques, and work with each other on group projects.

Sports

Basketball

Basketball

6th - 8th Grade

Boys & Girls

Winter

Cheerleading

Cheerleading

6th - 8th Grade

Girls

Fall & Winter

Cross Country

Cross Country

5th - 8th Grade

Boys & Girls

Spring

Soccer

Soccer

Kindergarten - 8th Grade

Boys & Girls

Fall

Track

Track

3rd - 8th Grade

Boys & Girls

Volleyball

Volleyball

6th - 8th Grade

Girls

Flag Football

Flag Football

3rd - 8th Grade

Student in gym tying her shoes

Black History Programs

All grade levels participate in age-appropriate activities to celebrate the art, poetry, music, inventions, intellectual contributions, political accomplishments of African Americans.

Student artwork on bulletin board

S.T.E.A.M.

We believe that connecting students to science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics is just the tip of the iceberg to encourage critical thinking and multi-discipline innovation.

students dressed up as 100 year olds
Student

Spotlight: 100th Day of School

Milwaukee Scholars celebrated the 100th day of school with a variety of fun activities. Students in grades kindergarten through second were invited to also dress as 100-year-olds. Both students and teachers enjoyed celebrating the milestone day!
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