Our students brought home their Mid-term Progress Reports during early October. These grades represent their work thus far in the school year. Many have worked hard to get to where they are and we encourage them to continue. Some may find that..
Progress reports marked the half-way point of the first quarter of the school year. We are making great strides towards a better future. God’s hand has been at work in not only bringing many students to the Lord, but by allowing them to spre..
The AoE North girls recently played against the AoE South team at Bradley Tech. The North won 14 – 3 in an exciting game. Thank you to ALL who came out to support both of the AoE teams.
AoE High School boys soccer team have played valiantly this season, and are preparing for the WACS tournament.
AoE welcomes Mr. John Swaffer as principal of the North Campus and Mr. Jose Guzman as principal of the Windlake High School Campus. Mr. Swaffer had previously taught and administrated a Christian school in our state before teaching 3rd grade a..
An opinion piece by Torrey Jaeckle in the Wisconsin State Journal notes that Wisconsin “demand for choice by parents and students is strong” – this year alone over 41,000 students take advantage of public open-enrollment, 37,000 students..
A column written by three members of the Holmen School Board was full of erroneous claims about the future of Wisconsin’s public education and voucher funding (Sunday’s Tribune). The comments of the school board members demonstrated either..
After Four Years, Investigation Closes In a document obtained by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the Federal Department of Justice (DOJ) has notified the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) that the investigation into the Milwauke..