I am a big fan of communities I think it has helped Kristen immensely! She has become more aware of ways to help in our community, she is confident and excited to take on projects. Communities has helped Kristen become a strong leader!

​-Jean Leonard

“The students in the Communities Program are now the leaders in our school”

​-Jacqueline Schleicher (Oshkosh North Principal)

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Click the button below to see our past projects from both Communities 1 and Communities 2

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Shown above is a combination of parents and members of the Oshkosh School District giving feedback to the Communities 2 students' mission and vision statements for their Media Kit Project.

What is Communities?

​▪ Increased student engagement

▪ Increased desire to learn, act, and accomplish more

▪ Increased passion (Greater engagement leads to better outcomes)

▪ Enhanced skills in preparation for  college and the work force

​All of the projects that we engage in fall within the following categories:

▪ Advocacy (elections project and poverty)

▪ Awareness (autism, Alzheimer’s, AIDS, and cancer)

▪ Philanthropy (Refugees in Africa)

▪ Service (veteran’s project, isolationism project with senior citizens)

Communities is a school program, not a charter school.  We are part of Oshkosh North and are held to the same standards as the traditional English, social studies, business, and leadership classes.  The difference between traditional classrooms and Communities is how we learn course content. Essential content is intertwined within our projects.  We learn through action by tackling projects with partners within the Oshkosh area community.  After the conclusion of a project, we hold seminars, which are used to teach essential content that cannot be tied to a project.  The seminars, like our projects,  incorporate communication, collaboration, creative thinking, and critical thinking skills as well as self-directed learning opportunities.


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