ABOUT THE HIGH SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCES
The High School of Health Sciences (HS2) is a public charter school that exists on the KMHS Campus. HS2 Opened in the fall of 2014 and currently serves students in grades 9 through 11. The Governance council has established a class size of 40 students per grade.
HS2 partners with ProHealth Care, Aurora Medical Center - Summit and the Medical College of Wisconsin to provide hands-on experience and outreach for students at Kettle Moraine High School, allowing Kettle Moraine School District to directly meet the needs of area business partners. Students in HS2 will learn through immersive environments where they are introduced to diverse career pathways and professionals in the world of health care.
The philosophy behind HS2 is that learning is a social, diverse and collaborative experience. HS2 empowers students to be the architects of their own learning, making connections between relevant course instruction and their future endeavors.
Our vision is to make sure that students are not just learning, but learning well. Students will ultimately master a relevant course of study that equips them for success in health care, research and other related fields.
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School Vision: Learning well!
School Mission: The High School of Health Sciences cultivates authentic and personalized learning in a health care and research context. We inspire curiosity in a wide range of fields, study, and service by engaging problem-solvers in an interdisciplinary spectrum of opportunity. Students will master a course of study that equips them for success in health care, research, and related fields.
The High School of Health Sciences is based on the following core philosophy and beliefs:
- Learning is contextual.
- Students will be empowered to be architects of their own learning.
- Students will make connections between learning and their future endeavors.
- Student accomplishments are a result of both successes and failures.
- Learning is social, diverse, and collaborative.
- Authentic experiences help students understand their role in a global society.
- Teachers guide, facilitate, inspire, and coach.