Class 36 Graduation Date Changed to June 17, 2016
Dear Families, Friends and Guests of Class 36 here at the Wisconsin Challenge Academy. We hope this message finds you well and looking forward to graduation. The purpose of this message is to make an announcement regarding the Class 36 Graduation.
As we all know and have personally experienced some time in our lives, best-made plans sometimes don’t work out the way we would like them to and we are left with having to make adjustments and adapting to change. It is part of everyday life and the staff here at the Academy has had the pleasure and privilege of teaching this and instilling it into the outstanding Cadets of Class 36.
Today we are faced with one of those situations and we are asking for your help in making an unforeseen adjustment successful and positive for the Cadets of Class 36. With that said; It is with sincerest apologies that we must shift the date of the graduation for Class 36 from Thursday, June 16th 2016, to Friday, June 17 2016. The Location will still be at the Mauston High School and the ceremony time will still be 1200PM. It is due to circumstances that are beyond the Academy’s control that require the shift in the date to Friday the 17th. We fully understand and appreciate the inconveniences this presents for some and we hope you will still be able to attend this very special event.
Again, It is with sincerest apologies that we must shift the date of the graduation for Class 36 from Thursday, June 16th 2016, to Friday, June 17 2016.
The Wisconsin Challenge Academy is an alternative education program designed to reclaim the lives of at-risk youth and produce graduates with the values, skills, education and self-discipline necessary to succeed as adults.
Graduate Turner - Class 35
I am so GRATEFUL for the Challenge Academy and ALL the staff who have helped CHANGE so many young men and women lives, getting them all to see life in a good way, showing/teaching them self control, respect and making better choices in life… My son just graduated in Class 32! SO PROUD OF ALL of the cadets.
I consider myself a fairly smart person, not because of my education, but because of what I’ve learned of my experience as a cadet, and from the opportunities Challenge opened up for me, like AmeriCorps for example.