Waukesha East Alternative School offers a variety of programs geared toward serving the varied learning needs of sophomores through seniors. Students enter these programming options for a variety of reasons including credit deficiency, the desire to work within a smaller learning environment, or early graduation.
Students choose to attend Waukesha East Alternative School. No student is forced to leave their home school to attend our alternative learning environment. While counselors, administrators, and teachers may make recommendations and suggestions for a student to investigate an alternative placement, the decision ultimately lies with the student and his or her family.
Waukesha East Alternative School programming options for the 2015-2016 school year are laid out in detail in the next section. If you have any questions regarding any of these programs, please feel free to contact East for clarification.
- Sophomore Credit Program
- Junior Credit Program
- Senior Credit Program
- Senior Competency Program
- GED-O2 (Seniors)
- SAPAR (School Aged Parenting Program - 9-12)