About our school
Destinations at a Glance
Destinations Career Academy of Wisconsin helps prepare students for a promising future with an innovative online program that combines core academics with career readiness education.
At Destinations, students get a jump-start on their college and career goals while completing their high school requirements.
Open to full-time Wisconsin residents in grades 9–12
Career pathways in high-demand fields
Preparation for industry certification exams*
Concurrent enrollment program**
In addition, Destination's proven 9–12 academic foundation features:
An Individualized Learning Plan for each student
Stride K12's rigorous and engaging online academic curriculum
A school computer on loan
World language electives
Student clubs and social events
Access to extracurricular activities in participating school districts
Involvement in SkillsUSA
Opportunities for students to earn college credit prior to graduation
High school diploma for graduates that meets all state requirements
The Support You and Your Student Need
Our teachers are committed to helping your family succeed with online learning. They provide instruction and support as your child works through the curriculum. And they keep the lines of communication open through:
You'll also receive textbooks and other hands-on education materials delivered right to your door! These offline materials complement the interactive online elements of the lessons and vary by grade and course.
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*Many Microsoft® Office certificates can be earned after completing one course. Other certificates require more classes to be better prepared, and students who attend Destinations for at least two years will have further exposure to career readiness education courses to be prepared for certification testing.
**The cost of college courses varies by college and course. Some college courses may be offered at a reduced or a waived tuition rate. Depending on the college and the course, students may be responsible for textbooks and other materials as well as incidental fees specified by the college or university.