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Shalom High School was founded in 1973 with the specific purpose of educating young people returning from correctional institutions. Over the years, the school's mission evolved to educated any student who found academic achievement difficult in traditional high schools. Today, these students are called "at-risk".

Shalom operates as subsidiary of Transcenter for Youth, Inc., a private non-profit, non-sectarian organization. It satisfies all of the State's requirements for private schools. Therefore, Shalom High School has private school status in Wisconsin.

During the 1981-82 school year, Shalom began contracting with the Milwaukee Public Schools and became one of Milwaukee's first partnership schools. During the 2011-2012 academic year the total enrollment capacity was 105 students.

For more infotmation regarding our mission, vision, school overview and staff, visit our About page.