The Sturgeon Bay School District offers a number of alternative educational opportunities for students who have unique needs and/or are at risk of not completing their education, including students in need of special education services. These opportunities target specific learning needs and offer alternatives to the traditional classroom setting for students who meet specific criteria.
Additional Resources relates to Alternate Programming:
Additional Resources relate to At-Risk Students:
For Information on these specific opportunities contact:
High School Principal or High School Guidance Counselors
Door County Justice Center Program:
Individuals who are incarcerated at the Door County Justice Center are considered residents of the Southern Door School District for educational purposes. That district is therefore obligated to provide educational services to all juveniles and some young adults who reside at the Center. Education services are provided by district staff.
To provide incarcerated juveniles and young adults with an education. Access to educational services allows these individuals opportunities to continue their study towards a high school diploma or equivalency diploma.
Access to Program:
Students working toward a high school diploma or under age 21 at beginning of the school year
Students ages 18 or older must request these educational services
Southern Door School District