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School leader:  Raymond Unanka
1017 North 12th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53233

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(414) 304-6800
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Best known for
"We are best known for cross-generation projects."


  • Dress policy
    Dress code
  • Coed / Single gender
  • Facilities
    Cafeteria, Computer , Gym, Library, Playground


  • Academic focus
    Mathematics, Science, Technology...
  • Arts
    Band, Orchestra, Instrumental and theory music lessons...
  • World languages
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15 reviews

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Submitted by a parent · August 10, 2012
I have been a WCLL parent since 2000. I had four children go thier. I love that i only had one school to go to for conferences. I knew all the staff and they know my children. The Curriculum is well taught and implemented. My son went to another... more

Submitted by a parent · January 10, 2011
I too am not very satisfied with this school. The staff are not very welcoming. My daughteris in ex-ed, and I don't think they have anything for her to do. I am really looking for a better school.

Overall: no rating
Submitted by a student · March 16, 2010
This school is great and have tought m alot.

Submitted by a parent · September 08, 2009
I love this school. I wish that I had found it sooner. The teachers are wonderful and really care about children, the support staff is outstanding and the administrators find time to help no matter how busy they are. Wonderful school and one of... more

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Parents are informed about school and community activities/resources, which include special education needs, through the use of the school newsletter, parent quick phone link and school web site (http://www2.milwaukee.k12.wi.us). AB Credit Union has an office in the school building. High school students are hired to work for AB Credit. They sit in on AB Credit Board Meetings. Breakfast and lunch are served. There is a freshman orientation day in July where we share academic as well as behavioral expectations. We offer parents educational activities that include: Middle Breakfast Forum, donuts with Dad, muffins with Mom, Title One District sponsored conferences and financial informational meetings. WCLL informs parent of student progress through report cards, alert letters and parent/teacher conferences. Conferences are held at both south and north side locations to accommodate parents' transportation needs. Additional conferences are available through the PST process as requested by teachers and/or parents. At WCLL there is a welcoming school atmosphere through teach/staff presence in the hallways, positive verbal interactions and greetings, as well as visual displays of academic progress.

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Last modified: January 9, 2015
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