b'EDUCATIONSCHOOLSFOR ALL AGESIf theres one thing Wisconsin residentswealth of higher education take pride in, its their schools and foropportunities. The good reason. At every levelprimary,University of Wisconsin-secondary and higher educationtheMilwaukee has more than state excels in academic achievement23,000 students in more and offers its residents a wide range ofthan 200 different under-educational opportunitiesboth publicgraduate and graduate and private. In addition to the manydegree programs. nationally recognized public schools,Marquette University the five-county southeastern Wisconsinoffers just over 11,000 region has hundreds of high-performingstudents more than 80 majors through itsboth of which serve women; Concordia private and parochial schools, many ofnationally recognized colleges andUniversity Wisconsin in Mequon, and which have deep roots. Marquetteschools. Nearly 3,000 students attend theWisconsin Lutheran College in University High School, for example,Milwaukee School of Engineering, aMilwaukee. In addition, there are several is more than 150 years old, St. Johnsprivate college with strong ties to thespecialty schools, including the Medical Northwestern Military Academy wasregions business community. College of Wisconsin, which provides founded in 1884 and the UniversityThere are more than a dozen other four- physician and pharmacy education, and School of Milwaukee dates back toyear universities or colleges in the region.the Milwaukee Institute of Art & 1851.These include Alverno College andDesign. Southeastern Wisconsin also offers aMount Mary University in Milwaukee,The states vocational education program MSOEOverview Private & Faith-BasedPublicColleges & Universities30 YOUR RELOCATION RESOURCE'