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School leader:  Alisha Birtha
3620 North 18th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53206

(414) 615-3915 x312
(414) 988-6704
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Best known for
"We are best known for business & economics focus."

BASIC INFORMATION

  • Dress policy
    Uniforms
  • Facilities
    Computer , Parent involvement center
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PROGRAMS & CULTURE

  • Academic focus
    General - school does not emphasize one particular subjec...
  • Arts
    Drawing / Sketching, Painting, Photography
  • Sports
    Cheerleading, Basketball
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Submitted by a teacher · October 23, 2015
I had to rate this school at a three because the new principal seems to be actively tear down the school. Last year I would have given the school a four or even a five. During September of this year, I would have still gone to at least a four.... more

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Submitted by a parent · September 03, 2014
I AGREE MY KIDS BEEN GOING SINCE K4 TOOK EM OUT TRIED DIFFRENT SCHOOLS NOW BACK AT HOME BASE SHOULD OF KEPT THEM THEREY NEPHEW IS AN HONOR ROLL STUDENT LOVE THE SCHOOL TEACHERS SHOW LOVE N CARE TO TJE STUDENTS! KEEP IT UP. BUT MS NELSON N FRONT... more

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Submitted by a parent · March 02, 2014
The is great since my son has been at this school his grades and reading level has went up he is on the school volley ball team and they are undetected this year i m glad i choose this school

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Submitted by a parent · January 13, 2014
If I could score in the negative I would definitely score a negative ten! The administrative staff at this school is beyond ridiculous! Their actions don't line up with their mission. There follow through is terrible. Their ultimate goal is to... more

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About this school

The Business and Economics Academy offers Financial Literacy workshops and Economic Education to the entire BEAM community through day long seminars and short courses. The topics include credit/asset management, banking, and first time home buyership.

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Last modified: October 23, 2015
Last modified Business & Economics Academy of Milwaukee - (BEAM) is a Charter school that serves grades K-8. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 1 out of 10 based on academic quality.
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