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IDEAS

At IDEAS Academy we are dedicated to preparing students for our rapidly changing world, one that increasingly values conceptualization, innovation, and empathy. We are moving into an era where creative thinking is valued as much as critical thinking and basic communication skills are no longer enough. Those that thrive will have the ability to understand what moves humankind, the ability to create relationships, and the ability to think holistically.

We live in an unprecedented time, one that requires an educational shift to ensure our students are prepared for the future. At IDEAS Academy students learn to use their mind well and thrive in an era with exponential growth in technology and information. Our graduates are powerful communicators, innovators, and leaders.

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We have a busy and vibrant learning community. Please use our Community Page for information from our main office, our Blog for updates on student projects and events, and our Calendar to plan ahead. Skyward is now our student information system.

Enrollment Information

SASD families interested in enrolling their child at IDEAS Academy for the 2017-2018 school year should complete an Intradistrict/Charter School Transfer Request. Families residing outside the SASD should complete an Open Enrollment Application. Please visit the SASD Enrollment Page for more information and contact our enrollment coordinator, Erica Brown, at ebrown@etudegroup.org.


News

IDEAS Baccalaureate 2017

Students, Families, Friends, and Community Members, you are cordially invited to the * Baccalaureate Ceremony   **for the IDEAS Academy Class of 2017 *Thursday, June 1st at 6 pm    In the Matrix of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center 608 New York Avenue, Sheboygan, Wisconsin 

Read more about IDEAS Baccalaureate 2017.


LTC offers IDEAS sophomores some Career Connections

The scent of curiosity loomed in the air, the eagerness of students was near palpable. Myself along with a crowd of other students arrived for the April 11 fieldtrip early, awaiting what educational opportunities this morning would bring us. This intrigue would carry our group of thirty-some sophomores to the photo-lined corridors of Lakeshore Technical College.

Read more about LTC offers IDEAS sophomores some Career Connections .


IDEAS Students attend conference for The Tempest

The Issues and Ethics class travelled to UW-Madison to attend the Great World Texts[http://humanities.wisc.edu/public-humanities/gwt/about-gwt/] conference on Monday, April 3. This year, students around Wisconsin read William Shakespeare’s The Tempest and created projects to focus on a specific thematic lens within the book. Students attended plenary sessions in which one group from each school presented their project in front of the entire conference group, a Q&A with keynote speaker Margaret Atwood, and two gallery walks compiled of the creations of all of the participating schools.

Read more about IDEAS Students attend conference for The Tempest.


 

Events

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MAKER Food Break
When: June 28 2017 - June 28 2017
Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

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MAKER BREAK in Fountain Park
When: June 28 2017 - June 28 2017
Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Performative Making Workshop
When: June 28 2017 - June 28 2017
Time: 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm