I went here for high school and would strongly recommend it. The focus on tapping into students' potential and individual attention that this small school has makes it leaps and bounds better than similar schools in the Midwest. Teachers who really care about students gives the students who attend WITS the ability to actually reach their highest potential with hard work and positive drive. I recall several students getting 1600's on their SATs and even more receiving scholarships to very prestigious Ivy league schools. Many graduates go onto to exceptional universities and colleges to ultimately become leaders in industry while many others follow a path of Education as they appreciate the Student-Teacher bond from their time here.
Wisconsin Institute for Torah Study is a private high school in Milwaukee. The principal of Wisconsin Institute for Torah Study is Earl Lebakken. 72 children attend Wisconsin Institute for Torah Study and are mostly White, non-Hispanic; Black, non-Hispanic; and Native American or Native Alaskan. The student to teacher ratio at Wisconsin Institute for Torah Study is 19:1. Riverside University High School is one of the nearest high schools.
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