Milwaukee School of Entrepreneurship

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Milwaukee School of Entrepreneurship
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Type Public Charter
Established 1995
Principal Stephanie James
Staff 8
Teaching staff 9
Grades 11 - 12
Number of students 180
Color(s)      green

The Milwaukee School of Entrepreneurship (MSE) is a charter school within Milwaukee Public Schools that has a curriculum focusing on business and entrepreneurial skills. Founded in 1995, MSE only offers classes for 11th and 12th grade. Students must have 10 credits to be eligible to apply for MSE.

School Day[edit]

MSE students divide their day between classes in the morning and On the Job Training (OJT) in the afternoon. The students maintain a paid job or volunteer in the community to receive 1 credit per semester. Classrooms emphasize current business practices and utilize modern technological resources to aid in instruction. Over 50% of MSE graduates attend college.