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  1. The University of Wisconsin High School was a public high school in Madison, Wisconsin, originally encompassing 7-12th grades. It opened September 1914 in a building erected for that purpose.

  2. Direct Admit Wisconsin is an initiative by the Universities of Wisconsin to proactively offer admission to qualifying high school students in between their junior and senior years of high school. Direct admission removes the traditional application process and instead uses data provided by the high school to admit students to universities.

  3. Rising juniors and seniors in high school can apply to take classes at UWMadison during Summer Term, where they’ll earn college credit for face-to-face and online courses. Students take courses with experienced college students and establish an official UW–Madison transcript.

  4. University School of Milwaukee is Wisconsin's top-rated co-ed, PK-12, private, college prep school. Discover why USM is the best choice for your child's education.

  5. Find out more about how UWMadison Summer Term can help you stay on track for graduation, advance your degree and future career. Classes are available on campus and online.

  6. Badger Summer Scholars is a transformative learning opportunity for high school students across several academic areas of interest. Applicants should be ready to take the next step in their academic journey and to engage in a lively college program with peers from all over the country.

  7. A first-year student includes anyone who is currently a student in high school or who has not taken college coursework since graduating from high school. Starting on August 1 every year, you can begin applying to the University of Wisconsin–Madison.