Washington Island School is the smallest 4K-12 public school in Wisconsin with 80 students. Students benefit academically, socially and emotionally from a variety of courses that are offered through experiential project based learning. Visitors are always welcome and encouraged to stop in.
High School Student Play Native American Games on their Visit to Rock Island.
Korrina and Hailey against Copper County in the home triad
Oscar helps first and second graders learn spanish.
Madeline reads to Elementary Students
Kindergarteners explore Rock Island with Mrs. Foss.
Michael in Beowulf
High School students say HELLO to author Liza Wiemer
Middle School students learning to belong
Community Potluck with Michigan Basketball Teams
Autumn and Hailey preform a Ballad during a school presentation on Rock Island
Kindergarten students present at the first BUCKS assembly
Karoline and Andrea Present at the TPAC Voyage Presentation.
High School American Sign Language Students
3rd-grade girls celebrating the 100th day of school as 100 year olds
Middle school students performing in the Island Players production of a Charlie Brown Chirstmas at the Holiday Show
Christopher and John blocking in the game against Madison Home Schoolers
Aidan working in art
Washington Island School
Our mission as a caring, passionate community is to establish a foundation for lifelong learning. By entrusting our students to a highly trained staff and focusing on individualized learning, we generate a school culture of high learning expectations and engagement, intellectual independence, creativity, and mutual respect.