The following links provide information on Academic requirements and supports for students in MMSD.
Find the latest information on MMSD graduation requirements here.
This link will take you to each of our high school's course catalogs for an overview of coursework offered in MMSD High Schools.
There are a variety of ways MMSD students can earn college credit whild still in high school. Learn more here about how to apply for early college courses.
MMSD offers a number of additional opportunities that support experiential learning, individual research, early access to college credit, and service learning. Information about each of these programs is provided.
There are a variety of ways that an MMSD high school student may choose to complete high school. Please contact your high school counselor or support staff for assistance in developing a plan for graduation and post-secondary education. Access to these programs is through referral from school staff. Each program may have different entrance requirements or enrollment timelines that your school counselor can assist you to navigate.
MOST s a partnership between the City of Madison, Dane County, Madison Metropolitan School District and over 45 area youth-serving organizations. The project has a simple goal: connect children and teens with high-quality programs during their out-of-school time to support healthy development and high achievement.