Things to Know about Rock University High School
Rock University High School's core program is based on collaborative learning through inquiry, design, case studies, group projects and individual work. Students work closely with faculty and team members to expand their knowledge of global issues, and present their findings via proposals, projects and research studies. Upon completing required program credits, students will receive a Rock University High School diploma. In addition, graduating seniors who have successfully completed the required courses focused on global competencies may apply for the Wisconsin Global Education Achievement Certificate.
The program at Rock University High School is designed for advanced and forward thinking high school freshman, sophomores, juniors and seniors who are looking for independent learning opportunities beyond the traditional high school offerings. Much like our blended curriculum, our students come from a variety of backgrounds with one common goal: to maximize his or her own potential. For students who are seeking a fun, attainable and outside-the-box kind of educational experience, Rock University High School is the school for you!
Over the past several years RUHS has had the pleasure of participating in The Memory Project. This is a project where students can volunteer to create portraits of children from around the globe. They send us photographs of children, and our students use their artistic abilities to recreate that photo using a variety of mediums. Above is a short video from Ben, the Founder and Director of The Memory Project, showing his gratitude along with some messages from the children. A special thanks and shout out to our students who participated last year!