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Woodrow Wilson High School, Fargo, North Dakota

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Type  Public/Alternative
School district  Fargo Public Schools
Grades  10–12
District  Fargo Public Schools
Number of students  175
Established  1917
Faculty  62
Phone  +1 701-446-2800
Principal  David Burkman
Woodrow Wilson High School, Fargo, North Dakota
Locale  Agassiz Building, 1305 South 9th Avenue
Address  1305 9th Ave S, Fargo, ND 58103, USA
Similar  Fargo Public Schools, Eagles Elementary, Moorhead Public Schools, West Fargo High School, Lodoen Center Early Chil

Woodrow Wilson High School is a public high school located in Fargo, North Dakota. It currently serves about 130 students in grades 10 through 12 and is a part of the Fargo Public Schools system. The school operates as an alternative learning model to the District's other three comprehensive high schools, Fargo North High School, Fargo South High School, and Davies High School.

Woodrow Wilson High school is an alternative high school program. Learning goals and graduation requirements are the same as at other Fargo Public Schools high schools, though the format and climate differ significantly. Class sizes are capped at 18 students, and every student is assigned a staff advisor. This practice allows the school to focus on the needs of each individual student. Students attend two classes per day. Classes are 2 1/2 hours in length and should take an average of 27 days to complete. Some classes are self-paced while others are teacher-directed. The basic structure and rules of this alternative school make students responsible for their own educational experiences.

History

The Woodrow Wilson High School program moved from the 1917 Woodrow Wilson School building on North University Drive in March 2012. Woodrow Wilson School is a building on the National Historic Register. The high school itself has been moved to the Agassiz Building one mile south. Woodrow Wilson High School shares Agassiz space with the Fargo Adult Learning Center, Early Childhood Special Education, Middle School Alternative Education Day Program (EDP), Project InVest (post high school life skill transition Special Education program) and EvenStart pre-school and the offices of several District programs and community partners.

References

Woodrow Wilson High School, Fargo, North Dakota Wikipedia


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