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Important Parent Information

Important Parent Information

MC2 High School is merging with Tenor High School, another Seeds of Health school, beginning in fall of 2020. Click here for more information. 

Weather-Related School Closings

If dangerous weather conditions call for MC2 High School to close in the interest of student safety, please tune to TV channels 4, 6, 12, and 58 for a listing of school closings.  This information will also be posted to MC2 High School’s Facebook page.  In general, if Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) is closed due to inclement weather, MC2 High School will also be closed.

Parent Involvement

MC2 High School’s Parent Council is a committee composed of parents and the school principal.  The council meets four times a year to discuss and share input concerning timely school issues.
Important Documents and Links
School Compact
Student Handbook

Discount Internet Finder

Internet Discount Finder is an online search tool to help low-income households find discounted rates for internet providers. Some providers base qualification for internet discounts on participation in programs like Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Federal Public Housing Assistance (FPHA) or Section 8, the National School Lunch Program (NSLP), and other means-tested programs. Below is a presentation that provides more information and a link to the tool.

Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Educational Options

Educational Options

The Seeds of Health Schools have resources to help families and students who find themselves in a situation where they may be homeless. Please click the links to read more about these resources.
Homelessness Resource Pamphlet
Homelessness Resource Informational Handout
Milwaukee College & Career High School Teachers Are All Highly Qualified
Todos Los Maestros de Mliwaukee College & Career High School Están Altamente Calificados
“MC2 is a well-organized school with a modern approach to learning.  Their format helps students regain confidence if they have struggled academically or socially in a traditional public school setting.”
--MC2 High School Parent