Eagle School of Richland Center has a long history of Christian teaching and excellence in education. Many of its students have gone on to higher education and excelled. Eagle School opened its doors for the first time in 1991. Since that time hundreds of students have graduated from Eagle School, the majority of whom have gone on to attend prestigious universities throughout the United States and the world.
- Private Day School
- Middle School
- Spring Semester
- Fall Semester
- Full Academic Year
- Multiple Years
Twenty-four (24) units are required for graduation, including the following: o English/Literature: 4 units o Math: (Algebra I required), 3 units o Science: (1 unit physical, 1 unit biological), 3 units o History: (1) Geography/World History, (1) U.S. History, (1) Government 3 units o Religious Studies, 1 unit of Health, ½ unit of PE, 1½ units of Electives as required to meet the 24-credit minimum for graduation.
UW-Madison, UW-Platteville, UW-La Crosse, UW-Richland, UW-Milwaukee, University of Minnesota, University of Florida State, University of Connecticut, University of Indiana, Princeton University, Madison College, Winona State University, Southwest Technical College, Western Technical College, Greenwich University (London, England), Stetson Law School, Marquette Law School, Marquette School of nursing, Culinary Institute of America, New York
Dance club and theater
Student council, community service, yearbook
Oakwood Fruit Farm, A.D. German Warehouse, Town of Stevenson Museum, Richland Museum & Visitor's Center, Richland County History Room, Pine River Trail, Ridge and Valley Tours, Pine River Paddle and Tube, The House on the Rock.
Our Downtown, the Historic District, offers unique shopping and business opportunities. Richland Center offers families a safe and scenic environment to raise children, with lovely neighborhoods, parks and lakes and community events including music and festivals in the summer.