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.
Bjorn taking an important call
Bob Hayes, from the Sturgeon Bay Rotary Club, came to Washington Island School to deliver student dictionaries to the third-grade students. The gifts that were given to all third-grade students in Door County sure shows the Rotary Club's support for learning! Thank you, Bob Hayes for coming all the way to the Island to deliver our books, and thank you to the Sturgeon Bay Rotary Club!
Ben in a layup in the home opener
Bob Purman and Mary Hansen talk to the Elementary students about the Island Apple Orchard and answer all kinds of their questions!
Miss Enger works with her art students
The Elementary students get a field experience in the Island Apple Orchard!
Bjorn hyping the crowd
The students gather around a trailer full of apples to hear about all the varieties that are used to make Island Orchard Cider.
Bjorn and the Hype Squad at the Home Basketball Game
Middle Schoolers doing morning CPR
Halftime Basketball Shoot with Hype squad
Elena shoots a free throw in the home opener
Bjorn and one of his fans
Students are excited to see the Schools New Donated Trophy Case.
Tom Pratt spoke to the Elementary and Middle School Students about the Northern Water Snakes at the Art and Nature Center. Kinsey is cautiously petting one, while her classmates watch in anticipation for their turn.
Evan fights for the ball in the home opener
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.