Seeds of Health, Inc.

Windlake Elementary

A three-time recipient of DPI's School of Recognition Award, Windlake Elementary provides a successful learning environment for K4-3rd grade

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Grandview High School

Grandview High School provides a safe environment with support to help at-risk students flourish

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MC2 High School

MC2 High School's blended learning program combines online curriculum with self-paced work and face-to-face teacher support

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WIC- Women, Infants, and Children

Seeds of Health's WIC program provides information, nutrition, and resources to women, infants, and children

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Windlake Academy

A three-time recipient of DPI's School of Recognition Award, Windlake Elementary provides a successful learning environment for 4th-8th grade

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Tenor High School

Three years of high school and one free year at MATC allows Tenor High School students to thrive in high school and beyond

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Veritas High School

Veritas High School provides a small school environment focused on preparing students for post-secondary education

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Seeds of Health, Inc. was incorporated in 1983 designed to address the health and educational needs of Milwaukee- area women, adolescents and children. The programs operating under the Seeds of Health, Inc. umbrella include Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Program and five schools, one K-4 through 8 elementary school and four high schools, each with a distinct mission. Since opening its first school in 1988 serving 25 students, Seeds of Health, Inc. has progressively expanded its educational services and currently serves approximately 1,300 students and has the only K-12 charter school system in the State of Wisconsin. Seeds of Health, Inc. operates its schools through partnership and charter agreements with the Milwaukee Public Schools and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and the WIC Program through the Department of Health and Family Services.


Agency News

Article highlights need for increase in public charter school funding
Seeds of Health executive director co-authors article urging Madison lawmakers to increase funding to public charter schools.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Highlights Veritas's Mentor Program
The newly implemented mentoring program at Veritas in partnership with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Metro Milwaukee was featured in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on February 6, 2015.
Seeds of Health Schools Receive Top Ranking on State Report Card
Seeds of Health and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee are pleased to announce that two of their charter schools, Tenor High School and Veritas High School, are at the top of the list of public high schools in the City of Milwaukee.
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