Rock University High School Driving Directions:

Rock University High School is located on the main campus of Blackhawk Technical College at 6004 S. County Road G, Janesville, WI 53546. 

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From the north:

  • I-39/90 south to Janesville 
  • Exit onto Highway 11 West (Exit 177)
  • Continue west on Highway 11 for approximately 2 miles
  • Turn south on County Road G and go approximately 2 miles
  • Enter the main BTC entrance on the right
  • Enter the building to right of the front entrance to rooms 2602 and 2604

From the south:

  • I-39/90 north to Janesville
  • Exit onto Highway 11 West (Exit 177)
  • Continue west on Highway 11 for approximately 2 miles
  • Turn south on County Road G and go approximately 2 miles
  • Enter the main BTC entrance on the right
  • Enter the building to right of the front entrance to rooms 2602 and 2604

From the east:

  • Hwy. 14 west to Janesville
  • Turn left onto East Racine Street (Business 14)
  • Travel 2 miles on East Racine Street
  • At the second roundabout, take I-39/90 south
  • Travel approximately 2 miles south on I-39/90
  • Exit onto Highway 11 West (Exit 177)
  • Continue west on Highway 11 for approximately 2 miles
  • Turn south on County Road G and go approximately 2 miles
  • Enter the main BTC entrance on the right
  • Enter the building to right of the front entrance to rooms 2602 and 2604

From the west:

  • Hwy. 11 east to Janesville
  • Follow the Highway 11 bypass east until you reach County Rd. G
  • Turn south on County Road G and go approximately 2 miles
  • Enter the main BTC entrance on the right
  • Enter the building to right of the front entrance to rooms 2602 and 2604

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Read about RUHS

The Tuesday, May 9, 2017 edition of The Janesville Gazette contained a feature story about Rock University High School.

"[Tom] Murphy is an ordinary kid who found his niche at Rock University High School. The high school . . . designed for students interested in global studies and foreign languages.  

In 2014, the program evolved into a charter school for sophomores, juniors and seniors. This year, it moved to Blackhawk Technical College, where it has been warmly embraced by the college's administration. The atmosphere is more like college, and students must be able to work independently.

During their senior year, students do a capstone project, which designed to showcase their knowledge on a particular topic using the interdisciplinary approach. The complexity of the curriculum attracted Murphy." 


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