Back on Track is a credit recovery program offered at Williams Bay High School. Students who are credit deficient in English, Social Studies and other courses can enroll in this program. Each student must meet the requirements and get teacher approval from the failed course. Please contact your school counselor for more information.
For all alternate graduation options, students MUST be identified credit deficient and meet the requirements set by the Williams Bay Administrative team.
The Alternative High School is a creation of the Walworth County Educational consortium, a partnership with Gateway Technical College. AHS is a charter school for the five consortium high schools (Badger High School, Big Foot High School, Delavan-Darien High School, Elkhorn High School and Williams Bay High School). The goal of AHS is to provide an educational setting for students whose needs are not being met by the traditional high school.
Gateway's Adult High School is an option for people eighteen years of age or older who would like to receive their high school diploma. Credits earned from WBHS will transfer to help earn an Adult High School diploma.
Williams Bay does not offer a summer school program for high school. We have complied a list of options available at other sites that students can use. Make sure to talk to your counselor before taking a class outside of our high school to ensure you receive credit for the course.
The Weekly Monitor program is used to help you, as parents, become aware
on a weekly basis how your child is performing in school. Your child can
participate in the Weekly Monitor program either through a request from
the teacher or from you. The program works by your child picking up the
Weekly Monitor from the Counseling Office on Friday mornings and throughout
the day, presenting it to the teachers for them to sign, state his/her grade
for the week, any missing assignments, behavioral comments as well as any
other information that the teacher feels you should know. Please call the High School Counseling Office if you have any questions or
concerns regarding the Weekly Monitor or your child.
The Youth Options program allows all public high school juniors and seniors who meet certain requirements to take post-secondary courses at a Wisconsin Technical College or institution of higher education. For more information on the state Youth Options program visit http://dpi.wi.gov/youthoptions/index.html