b"MOVE MKE: EDUCATIONMagnet & Specialty Schools Specialty or magnet schools attract students from throughout the school district who are interested in a special curricular focus. In language-immersion schools, for example, students learn core subjects in the target language, whether it be French, German, Spanish or something else. Other magnet schools focus on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math), the arts, and specific vocational or career paths. Because magnet schools attract HOW SCHOOLS COMPARE students from throughout the district, students must apply and meet specific academic and demographic criteria. Not all school The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) producesdistricts have specialty schools. Visit the school districts website, report cards for every publicly funded school and district in theor call the office, to see if there are magnet-school options within state as part of the state accountability system. The report cardsthe district in which you are interested.include data on multiple indicators for multiple years across four priority areas: Achievement, Growth, Target GroupDual Enrollment Outcomes, and On-track to Graduation. A school or district's overall accountability score places it into one of fiveA variety of programs allow high school students to be dually accountability ratings:enrolled in high school and college to earn both high school and college credits. These programs can make college more affordable for families and introduce students to college-level coursework Significantly Exceeds Expectations 83-100while they are still in high school.Exceeds Expectations 70-82.9Wisconsin currently offers courses through the Early College Credit Meets Expectations 58-69.9Program and the Start College Now program. These programs allow Meets Few Expectations 48-57.9high school students to take one or more courses at an institution of higher education for high school and/or college credit. For details, Fails to Meet Expectations 47.9visit dpi.wi.gov/dual-enrollment. The charts on pages 38-45 provide the accountability score for school districts. Ratings for individual schools within a districtPublic School Listings are available at http://apps2.dpi.wi.gov/reportcards/The information about public elementary and secondary schools PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN WASHINGTON COUNTYPlease see Public School Listings on pages 38 & 40 for an explanation of information on the chart.District Name (Grades) Telephone Accountability Cost Per Enrollment Pass Average Website Address Score Student APT ACT ScoresWashington CountyERIN (4K-8) (262) 673-3720 82.7 $12,234 (81%) 407 NA NA www.erinschool.org6901 Hwy. O, HartfordGERMANTOWN (4K-12) (262) 253-3900 78.1 $11,627 (73%) 1,295/3,903 87% 21.1 germantownschools.orgN104W13840 Donges Bay Rd., Germantown HARTFORD J1 (4K-8) (262) 673-3155 64.2 $12,145 (88%) 1,517 NA NA hjt1.org402 W. Sumner St., Hartford HARTFORD UHS (9-12) (262) 670-3200 60.8 $13,636 (87%) 1,378 67% 18.8 huhs.org805 Cedar St., Hartford HOLY HILL AREA (4K-8) (262) 628-1032 88.5 $13,292 (90%) 476 NA NA hhasd.org3117 Hwy. 167, Richfield KEWASKUM (4K-12) (262) 626-8427 73.7 $10,940 (81%) 626/2,220 61% 19.9 kewaskumschools.org1455 School St., Kewaskum SLINGER (4K-12) (262) 644-9615 80.1 $11,071 (81%) 1,044/3,276 67% 21.7 slinger.k12.wi.us207 Polk St., SlingerWEST BEND J1 (4K-12) (262) 306-4800 68.8 $12,398 (79%) 2,120/5,700 82% 19.6 west-bend.k12.wi.us735 S. Main St., West Bend38 YOUR RELOCATION RESOURCE"