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High school students might know that there are differences between high school and college, but sometimes what they think is not how it is. In high school & college, you have your personal freedoms, but you tend to have more freedom in college than in high school. “High school should be fun, free and an experience.’’
Madison High School was ranked 45th in the nation in Newsweek’s list of Top High Schools in 2014.
Madison students will be critical thinkers who are academically and socially prepared to be life-long learners and citizens in a global society. The Madison community fosters self-confidence and creativity in order for students to become productive, ethical, responsible, and involved with school and community.
Here is for students who approach learning as a way of life, and who are open to the world and to the transformative role of higher education. We provide a supportive community where students and faculty interact together in the learning process. We provide an engaged learning community in order for all students to succeed in academic, career, and life choices as responsible members of a diverse society.
I was surprised at how diverse our class was, not just in ethnicity and by the number of countries represented, but also by the range of experience and interests people had.”
I received my certificate, and I would like to thank you for your support. Your course was challenging, but you were always there supporting me and ready to help. I enjoyed your class tremendously.
The facilities and teachers are just great. I’m so excited to use them all. It’s like the dream school I ever wanted.
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