Class ACT

Updated Jul 7, 2021
400 9th St N - Park Falls WI - 54552
Type of autonomy arrangement: instrumentality charter contract
Basic Profile

Opened In



9 through 12




District - Instrumentality Charter
Select leaders
Determine learning program
Select colleagues
Determine professional development
Transfer or terminate colleagues
Determine whether to take, when to take, how much to count district/EMO/authorizer assessments
Determine tenure policy
Make formal arrangements with district/EMO/authorizer to allow multiple measures in determining school success (not only a mean proficiency score)
Evaluate colleagues
Set schedule
Set staff pattern
Determine teacher workday
Determine school budget
Set school-level policy
Determine compensation
Teacher Authority Is...
De Jure and De Facto
Class ACT's charter gives them de jure autonomy in learning program, schedule, assessment, and professional development. They also have some autonomy through the goodwill of district leaders.

About the Learning Program

At Class ACT, we explore our community and northern Wisconsin through innovative learning experiences. We like to say our "classroom" has no walls.

Class ACT is a full-time school, where students study all academic subjects through student-led and teacher-led projects and other learning experiences. With guidance from an advisor and school counselor, students design their personal learning plans (PLP). Besides projects, students may choose to blend their learning with traditional high school, college, and online courses, and other options.

Students practice the 21st century and global education skills needed to be successful beyond their school years: collaboration, communication, creativity, and critical thinking.

Read this story from the Price County Review.