The R.E.A.L. School
Students will discover their purpose with community projects and technical learning.
The Racine Engineering, Arts & Leadership (R.E.A.L.) School was founded in 2000 to cultivate an environment that encourages young people to become excited about learning. The R.E.A.L. School focuses on technical education in engineering and informational technology with a balance of studies in art and music while fostering the skill development neccesary to succeed in life after graduation.
Offers a small, family orientated 6-12 learning environment in a beautiful, newly re-designed facility.
Service-learning projects and activities help develop awareness of responsibility to the community and others.
In partnership with Gateway Technical College, The R.E.A.L. School offers engineering classes at the SC Johnson iMET center for its High School students. Upon graduation, students who successfully complete all of the pathway courses could receive up to 27 college credits in engineering.
The R.E.A.L. School offers intramurals including: boys and girls basketball, volleyball, soccer and flag football as well as a show band.