Welcome to South Division High School!
Cardinal Virtual Learning Portal
In order to support virtual learning for our students, we have created the Cardinal Virtual Learning Portal. Through the portal, you will be able to see tutorial videos, talk to your teachers during office hours, see your Virtual Learning Schedule and log into the student toolbox. Go to the Cardinal Virtual Learning Portal.
Para apoyar el aprendizaje virtual de los estudiantes, hemos creado un sitio de internet llamado el “Cardinal Virtual Learning Portal.” A través del portal, vas a poder ver videos en español para saber como comunicarte con tus maestros durante horas de oficina, ver tu horario de aprendizaje virtual y entrar a tu “student toolbox.” Go to the Cardinal Virtual Learning Portal
South Division High School is home to one of the largest bilingual programs at the high school level in the state of Wisconsin.
South Division provides Advanced Placement (AP) coursework in most content areas — including art, calculus, English, history and Spanish — allowing our students to earn college credits. The school has partnerships with post-secondary institutions, allowing our students to take course work at the college level.
South Division is proud to be one of sixteen Community Schools in MPS where students, families, teachers, staff, neighbors and partners all come together to create an outstanding learning environment for students.
As a Community School we strive to cultivate a climate and culture that enables students to develop cognitive, social, emotional, physical, and ethical competencies and the capacity to thrive in college, career, and life. Click here to learn more.
South Division High School would like to thank our awesome volunteers for their hard work with our students!
Thank you to Ms. M. Swiontek, Mr. T. Shumpert, Ms. R. Rodriguez-Smith, Mr. I. Alonzo, Mr. J. Rivera, Ms. M. Reyes, Ms. O. Aponte, Mr. T. Mohield, Mr. S. Figueroa, Ms. K. Batista!
Mama Mac’s Closet
Meet Kimberly McLaughlin! She recently retired from security at South Division High School, where many students considered her a second mom. McLaughlin is better known as Mama Mac. “The children I saw maybe needed extra help. So I started to collect coats,” she said. Click here to learn more.