At Stuart, our children come first. Stuart’s staff is committed to academic excellence. We achieve that excellence by providing a relevant, rigorous and real-world program that is student-centered and based upon the Wisconsin State Standards.
Stuart Elementary School is a candidate school for the PYP (Primary Years Program). The school is pursuing authorization as an IB (International Baccalaureate) World School. IB World Schools share a common philosophy- a commitment to high-quality, challenging, international education- that we believe is essential to our students.
Why choose Stuart? We…
- are student-centered
- have an inviting and supportive school culture that involves the whole school learning community and community partners
- teach transdisciplinary, inquiry-based lessons that inspire students to think, inquire, ask questions, explore local and global issues, research, and take action
- have an ESL Stand-alone Program
- offer before and after school childcare with tutoring and homework help
- have interactive display boards in every classroom and chromebooks for every student
- have Spanish, Music, Art, and Physical Education
- have Bucket Drumming
- have Girl Scouts
- have Partnerships with Labor for Learning/UW-Milwaukee Virtual Tutoring Program, Common Ground – Forward Scholars, American Institute of Architects – Wisconsin Chapter – Architecture in Schools, Ball Corporation, Milwaukee Public Library, Junior Achievement, and GE (Community Service Day)
Parent involvement is strongly encouraged through our School Engagement Council, family nights and classroom volunteers.
The Stuart School community will provide all students with engaging, high-quality, and culturally relevant learning experiences, so that they become reflective and knowledgeable global-minded citizens who recognize different cultures and viewpoints, demonstrate academic and social-emotional growth, and seek to make the world a better place.
Stuart envisions that all students will be academically proficient through collaborative learning and promotion of self-respect and appreciation of others to prepare them for success in middle school and beyond.