2014 graduates of Grandview, MC2, Tenor and Veritas High Schools have been offered over $3.1 million in scholarships to pursue post-secondary studies.
News and Announcements
Sergio Rivera, a 2014 honors graduate from Veritas High School, is the first Students Talking It Over with Police (STOP) program graduate to be hired as a police aide.
On April 9th, the Board of Regents approved an additional five year contract for Seeds of Health 2R schools- Seeds of Health Elementary, Tenor High School and Veritas High School.
Seeds of Health is partnering with faculty at Cardinal Stritch University who specialize in literacy to further develop SOH’s literacy program with a focus on grades K4-3.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Milwaukee (BBBS) has chosen Veritas High School to participate in a unique college and career readiness mentoring program to begin in the fall of 2014.
Don Norwick, social studies teacher at Veritas High School, has been awarded the 2014 Milwaukee Charter School Advocates’ High School Teacher of the Year award!
The award recognizes the leadership of Seeds of Health, especially the work of SOH board president David Hase, for its political action efforts to advance the charter school movement in Wisconsin.
By adding PLTW Launch, students in kindergarten through 5th grade will be engaged in activities and projects exposing them to opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math and encourage them to develop an interest in these fields.
Two Seeds of Health schools, Tenor High School and Veritas High School, have been chosen by the Milwaukee Charter School Advocates as two of three finalists for the high school of the year award.
Fernando Muniz, math teacher at Tenor High School, has been selected to be one of 17 educators from across the state to be part of Wisconsin’s task force to close the achievement gap.