First, you must complete a school application. Click here to download the application or you can stop by our main office to pick-up a copy. Secondly, complete the Choice application online. Click here for Choice application link. Submit any documents listed at the end of each application before the listed deadline window for each application period. For guidance, please contact our main office at 414-810-1380.
Open enrollment usually runs from the 1st day to the 20th day of each month (i.e. February 1st - 20th) until August 2018.
2018 - 2019 School Year = K4 - 4th (elementary), 6th & 7th (middle school), 9th & 10th (high-school)
2019 - 2020 School Year = K4 - 5th (elementary), 6th - 8th (middle school), 9th - 11th (high-school)
2020 - 2021 School Year = K4 - 5th (elementary), 6th - 8th (middle school), 9th - 12th (high-school)
2021+ = K4-12th grade
You must complete a school application and submit the following documents:
**IEP students are required to meet with our IEP director prior to acceptance.
Tuition is $9,500 for K4-8th and $10,000 for 9th-12th. There are limited seats available for tuition based students, as well as a limited number of scholarships to help offset the cost of tuition. To learn more about scholarships, contact our Director of Family and Community Engagement, Mrs. Hamilton, at 414-810-1380.
St. Augustine Preparatory Academy (Aug Prep) is named for St. Augustine of Hippo, whose teachings are among the most important in all of Christianity.
St. Augustine’s views on education and his complete conversion to a life of grace and dignity inspired the four pillars upon which our school is founded.
To learn more about our Family engagement and enrollment, visit our our Family website or click here.
We have analyzed several curricula in every grade level and content area in order to identify the best options for our students. We believe that curriculum is a tool to be utilized by a highly effective teacher, but every student is different and must be approached as an individual. We have identified “power standards” in every grade, with rigorous end of year goals for students. Teachers will have a variety of tools and guides to help them pursue those goals, while still respecting the individual teaching style of the teacher and the academic needs of the student.
We strive to provide each student with what they need to learn and continue lifelong learning. For some students this may mean after school or WIN-time tutoring; for others it may mean additional ‘challenge’ classwork to keep the student engaged in learning. Mainly, for most students and on a daily basis, personalized learning will consist of modified learning activities to meet students where they are in their learning and challenge them to master the power standards.
No, Aug Prep is a monolingual school. Students may be offered Spanish classes as an ancillary subject, however, these classes alternate and may not be offered every year. Parents may not request an ancillary subject as they are assigned by grade level and availability.
We offer, Visual Art, Drama, Music, STEM (engineering, computer science, and biomedical sciences), and Physical Education (including water safety/swimming).
Yes, all of our classroom teachers are certified instructors. Because we recruit teachers from all over the country, there are teachers that are working with out-of-state teaching licenses.
To learn more about Academic standards and practices, visit our Academics page or click here.
St Augustine Prep is a non-denominational Christian School. We desire our students to understanding scripture and to develop a personal relationship with Jesus. To this end, our students will have the opportunity to study the Bible and Christian theology in the classroom. They will also attend regular chapel services.
Because we believe that Jesus asks us to follow him in every aspect of our lives, all of our classes will be taught from the perspective of a Christian worldview. Students will have the opportunity to learn from teachers who understand how the Christian faith informs their teaching and their subject areas. Students will be challenged to find connections between subjects like science and literature and a Biblical worldview. In all that we do, we hope to show our students that the gospel powerfully informs the way that Christians live the whole of their lives.
Note: We do not offer communions at Aug Prep.
To learn more about Aug Prep's Faith practices, please visit our Faith Page or click here.
Yes, any student participating in a sport must have a physical clearance form on file prior to starting any sport. Click here to download the Physical form.
Yes, all student starting from K4 through 12th grade will be offered swimming classes during the school day at no cost to the parent. Students with a higher level of swimming have the opportunity to join the swim league after school. There is a cost associated with the swim league after school.
To learn more about Athletics at Aug prep, visit our Athletics page or click here.
The Schroeder YMCA Swim Team teaches introductory swim and water safety courses at our school’s state-of-the-art aquatics facility. They also coach club and high school swim teams at our school. We also plan to partner with United States Swimming to provide water safety and swim lessons to other neighborhood schools.
Ascension Healthcare provides medical services to students and in the future will serve parents of students. There plans include to develop and teach a health curriculum for all grades. Ascension Healthcare will also help teach a series of high school courses to prepare students for careers in a broad range of medical professions.
SSCHC will be providing basic non-emergency health care services in our Pat and Rachel English Clinic. All St. Augustine Prep students and their family members may receive services at the in-school clinic. Family members include all household members.
History: Founded in 2016
Pre-Accreditation: Wisconsin Religious and Independent Schools Accreditation
Campus: 12 acres
Current Enrollment: 581
High School (9th) = 186 students
Middle School (6th)= 112 students
Elementary School (K4-3rd) = 283 students
Number of Staff Members = 67
Number of Faculty Members = 51 (40% with Advanced Degrees)
Average Teaching Experience = 7 years
Average Class Size: 25
Students Receiving Choice Funding: 99.66%
All students must be seated and ready for learning in their assigned class by 7:45 am. Doors open at 7:20 am for breakfast. School classes end at 3:45 pm. Dismissal time for students participating in after school activities will depend on the sport/club they join.
We do not offer transportation. The majority of our families pick-up their students, others are walkers/bikers and a few ride the city bus. We do not offer bus tickets.
Yes, all students are expected to be in uniform every day. School uniforms will differ for the elementary, middle and high-school. In order maintain a consistent style for all students, we do require for all students to purchase tops and bottoms from Goldfish Uniform Store located on 9901 W Oklahoma. Below is the school uniform guidelines:
Middle School Students
Note: Uniform expectations are written in our Parent/Student Handbook. No skinny pants or shorts allowed for any grade level. Uniform checks are conducted every morning at entry.