We're growing and welcoming students in our new location starting in the 2022 - 2023 school year!
We're thrilled to be moving to a new location that will enhance our ability to provide the highest-quality, personalized, college- and career-prep education in the region. During the past several years, the Warriner Schools administration and board has sought innovative solutions to update and modernize facilities and classrooms, accommodate a growing student body, and ensure a safe and secure learning environment. To achieve all these goals, beginning in the 2022-23 school year, Warriner Schools will move our middle and high schools into 830 Virginia Ave., the former Sheboygan Area School District administration building.
We look forward to navigating this exciting change with you and celebrating the positive impact it will have on our school community. We’re thrilled with the opportunities this new facility provides our students, faculty, and staff. While our plans are still in progress, we want to share initial details.
How was this site selected?
With the District office moving out of their former building, it opened a feasible, cost-effective opportunity for Warriner Schools to address our facilities issues. We completed an extensive facility assessment of the District office building, taking into consideration the concerns and needs of our parents, students, faculty, and staff while measuring those against the opportunities the space could offer.
When can we see the building?
We will be sharing designs of the school and classrooms soon and offering tours next summer when the renovations are completed. You’ll get the chance to walk through the new space and see firsthand the spaces that your student will enjoy.
In the meantime, here are some exciting new features we’re incorporating into the design of the Warriner Schools facility, which is double the square footage (from 7,000 square feet to 16,540 square feet). The new location will offer:
Is Warriner Schools sharing the space with others?
While the building houses other entities, our section is a Warriner Schools-only space. Our school will have dedicated entrances and parking lots just for our students, parents, staff, and faculty. We will not share any common areas, faculty, or other facility connections with entities located at the same address.
What will be unique about the new classrooms?
Our renovated classrooms are being designed to accommodate the best elements of 21st Century learning. Each classroom will be designed with instructional technology thoughtfully incorporated. Our students will enjoy learning and collaborating in large and small groups made possible with flexible seating. While our new building affords improved experiences in our classroom, our highly popular Maywood high school program will continue for learning beyond the classroom.
How is the project funded?
The administration and board of Warriner Schools planned and saved toward the goal of moving. Thanks to this fiscal responsibility, we had funding available to make this opportunity a reality. Renovating an existing building owned by the District offers several advantages: We’ll be able to offer an enhanced learning environment and save on significant expenses of rent and cleaning. Best of all, we’ll have room to grow.