If you are taking the ACT for the first time or are looking to improve your score, this class is for you! Students will learn prep strategies that will specifically assist students in learning the essential study skills needed to do well on the ACT.
The weekend of June 8, RUSD celebrated high school graduation with wonderful ceremonies on Case, Horlick, Park, Walden and The R.E.A.L. School.
2018 seniors from Case, Horlick and Park High Schools have a chance to purchase their graduation online. Click for more information!
A therapy dog visited Case High School on the last day of school. Students were welcomed to de-stress with the dogs during the busy final week.
The following information is should help to make your prom a great experience. Please make sure that you know and follow this information before attending prom. Complete before buying a ticket:
Case High School students are blasting off to Houston! Seniors Tyler Matson and Elvin Sam, along with sophomores Randall Sinner and Cole Zeitz have been invited work with NASA engineers on a project to reduce waste in space.
Show your drama skills and audition for Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing. This hilarious comedy romance has been adapted to have both traditional and modern language.
In fall 2017, RUSD began the transition to Standards Based Grading and Learning. Click here to view the Parent's Guide to Standards Based Learning.
Several RUSD high school students are proving their success in and out of the classroom. Nine students from Case and Horlick High Schools earned Academic All-State honors from the Golf Coaches Association of Wisconsin.
Case High School is just one of six schools in Wisconsin and 76 schools in the United States selected for the Global Learning Top School award.
This summer, Case, Horlick and Park High Schools welcomed hundreds of freshmen to the week-long Summer Bridge Program. The Summer Bridge Program allows students to get familiar with their new school before that first day in September.
On Tuesday, December 1st, 2015 at Gateway Technical College, the Case Economics Club competed i
On Nov. 20, Case Eagle Theater students competed and presented their Break the Hate Habit workshop to participants from 42 other high schools at the Wisconsin High School Theater Festival in UW-Whitewater.
As a result of the federal law AHERA (Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act) all primary and secondary schools are required to develop and implement a plan for managing all building materials which contain asbestos.