Posted by Milwaukee Business Journal by Sean Ryan
A team of Milwaukee high school students this month unveiled a vision for a new tower on the downtown lakefront through a mentorship program intended to bring more people into the real estate industry.
Carmen High School of Science and Technology currently ranks #1 in Milwaukee, according to U.S News.
U.S News ranks best high schools by college readiness, math and reading performance as well as other factors.
Carmen High School ranks top in Milwaukee and is the fifth-highest performing high school in Wisconsin regarding math and reading, college-level exams and graduation rates.
Article by Milwaukee Independent posted by Staff
Press Release: Carmen High School named Milwaukee’s best non-selective high school by US World News and Report, “Beating the Odds” by Wisconsin Department of Instruction
Carmen High School of Science and Technology, South campus distinctions recognizes school as a top option for Milwaukee families
MILWAUKEE – Carmen High School of Science and Technology, South campus was named the eighth highest performing high school in the state of Wisconsin and top non-selective option in Milwaukee. The school ranks first on the publication’s College Readiness Index.
The highest ranked schools in U.S. News & World Report's list are those whose students demonstrated outstanding outcomes above expectations in math and reading, college-level exams and graduation rates.
We will not be able to go back, but we can move forward together
Posted on Telemundo Wisconsin by Jocelyne Pruna
Las escuelas Carmen Schools of Science and Technology se aseguran de que sus 2,000 estudiantes tengan acceso continuo a una educación de calidad al proporcionar tecnología, enviar paquetes de instrucción por correo, clases en línea y garantizar que los maestros permanezcan disponibles para la comunicación de los estudiantes y las familias durante el cierre de las escuelas.
Carmen Schools of Science and Technology ensures that its 2,000 students have continuous access to a quality education by providing technology, mailing instructional packets, online classes, and ensuring that teachers remain available for communication with students and families during the closing of schools.