School Information


Are you discouraged or frustrated by your current school experience?

Do you want more control over what you learn and how you learn it?

Are you naturally curious, inquisitive, self-motivated, independent, creative and self-disciplined?

Did you answer yes to any of these questions?

Perhaps, Sparta High Point School is for you.


We believe that:
  • The public school system should offer the opportunity for success to all learners.
  • In order to achieve this goal, we will offer non-traditional methods of delivery and a learning environment that may be better aligned to the educational needs of certain students.
  • Sparta High Point School will provide the district's students with educational choice, innovation and diversity of programming options.
  • Sparta High Point School will create a dynamic learning environment tailored to meet students' diverse learning needs.
  • The school's programming will be supported by educational research that promotes more engaging, inquiry-based modes of learning.
  • The program will implement a learning community model that supports relationships that will enhance the learning process.
About Us

Sparta High Point School is a publicly funded charter school authorized by the Sparta Area School District. We educate 40 to 150 invested students from grades 6-12 annually. Our school will serve students that are looking for more control over what they learn and how they learn it and wish to have more ownership of their learning.  Students will become eligible for a Sparta Area School District diploma.

School's Goals
  • To utilize curricular models that will meet the needs of each individual learner and which will be aligned to Wisconsin Model Academic Standards.
  • To incorporate community-based services that will increase the success rate of all students.
  • To develop connections with educational, business and community to expand learning opportunities and combine services to meet the needs of students.
  • To create progressive programming that appeals to a variety of learners.
  • To create a classroom environment that will support shared learning as well as self-directed learning opportunities.
  • To incorporate a learning community model which includes all stakeholders (students, parents, teachers, educational community partners and district leadership)  to manage the learning process.
What Students Can Expect
  • Added flexibility
  • Engaging approach to learning
  • Smaller school environment
  • Student-directed approach
  • Project and problem-based learning linked to students' own interests
  • Teachers serving as facilitators and advisors
  • Classroom environment modeled after the business world
  • Use of Technology
  • Opportunity to work independently and in groups
  • To earn a Sparta Area School District diploma
  • Accountability to state standards and school district criteria
How We Measure Success
  • High quality performance assessment for projects
  • A high level of satisfaction and excitement from students and parents
  • State of Wisconsin test scores
  • College entrance exams
  • Ongoing, annual program evaluation