Office of Youth Re-Engagement
Multiple Locations

In the next five years, the design plan is to incorporate a MicroSchool at each of the large comprehensive high schools in Madison (East, West, La Follette and Memorial). In collaboration with educators and an administration at each respective site, the Office of Youth Re-Engagement will design and implement a program that supports participating students in academic engagement and socio-emotional awareness. Each alternative transition program will be customized to the specific needs and outcomes as identified by the school community (educators, administrators, families and students).

La Follette High School
702 Pflaum Rd | 53718
(608) 204-3600

Mentoring Positives is a unique program at La Follette High School only to support incoming freshmen throughout the school year. Student referrals are identified in the upper middle school transition to La Follette. The program will feature leadership and academic soft skills including time management, socio-emotional processing, study skills, etc. Incoming freshmen in the program will participate in the Mentoring Positives program one period each school day and work toward on-track credit attainment, a personalized graduation plan and a leadership certificate.

1501 Jenifer St | 53704
(608) 204-4230

The Shelter Home provides non-secure (unlocked) residential services for juveniles who may need a place to stay pending further court action but for whom placement in a secure setting (Detention) is not necessary. The Shelter Home provides for placement of up to 8 boys and 8 girls. Juveniles may stay at the Shelter Home for up to 60 days, or up to 20 days if in-between placements.

East High School
214 Waubesa St | 53704

Options Available:
High School Diploma

The School of Academic Advancement at Madison Area Technical College offers a variety of options for students 18 and a half years or older. Particularly, the High School Equivalency Diploma, or HSED, is available for minimal cost to Wisconsin residents not currently enrolled in high school and have yet to earn their high school diploma. Vouchers and financial assistance is available to pay for textbooks and exams.