What our students say

“I really appreciate that MCA provides me with a laptop. It helps me stay organized.”

Jaclynn, MCA Class of 2020

“I am most proud of the support of my teachers who urge me to keep trying and to never give up.”

Imani, MCA Class of 2017

“With the support of my classmates and teachers, I can work on what interests me and learn at my own pace.”

Nazir, MCA Class of 2020

About MCA

Milwaukee Collegiate Academy is a place where you can discover who you are and what you are capable of doing. It is a place to learn and grow. A place where you can dream and see those dreams become reality as you go to and through college. Is it the place for you? We do more than prepare you for higher education. We provide you with the skills necessary to effect change in society and help transform your local, national and global communities.

2016-17 College Tours:

UW-Parkside • UW-Platteville • UW-Madison • UW-Milwaukee • UW-Whitewater Northern Illinois University • Tennessee State University • Vanderbilt University Alabama A&M University • Clark Atlanta University • Spelman College Morehouse College • Georgia Tech University • Marian University

Milwaukee Collegiate Academy Students:

  • Graduate prepared to succeed in college and in life
  • Grow through extended-day learning including after school clubs, academic programs, and sports teams
  • Benefit from intensive college preparation including counseling and college tours
  • Study under the guidance of creative, intelligent, and caring teachers
  • Learn in a safe and secure environment
  • Thrive in a school community that partners with parents, including regularly scheduled parent/student/teacher conferences and parent-focused school events

What We Ask of Our Students:

  • Be accountable: Attend class every day on time and be productive, engaged and in the proper uniform. Know that staff will not accept excuses when students fall short of outlined expectations.
  • Be responsible: Create a system for keeping track of your school assignments and stay up-to-speed with class work and homework.
  • Be aware: Know that your attitude and your willingness to learn will affect your ability to succeed. Come to school prepared to learn every day.

Activities and Athletics

Activities and Athletics With over 25 sports and activities at MCA, our students have many opportunities to spread their wings and test their talents in a variety of areas. Staying involved in after-school activities encourages students to explore areas they otherwise might not. Our students use extracurriculars to help learn teamwork, responsibility, and leadership. Among the opportunities available to MCA scholars are:

  • Alumni Day
  • Baseball
  • Boys & Girls Club (CLC)
  • Black History Month
  • Boys and Girls Basketball
  • Cheerleading
  • Choir
  • Coding
  • Dance Team
  • Football
  • Homecoming & Spirit Week
  • Lead To Succeed
  • Pearls for Teen Girls
  • Pep Rallies
  • Poetry & Spoken Word
  • Project Pioneer
  • Prom
  • Running Club
  • Student Council
  • Student Ambassador Program
  • Student Graphic Design Team
  • Talent Shows
  • Tech Ambassador Program
  • Theater
  • Track & Field
  • Yearbook Club and much more!

Request a Shadow Day

MCA is now enrolling for the 2017-18 school year. Students in grades 8th through 11th grade who are interested in finding out more about Milwaukee Collegiate Academy are invited to share a day in the life one of our scholars. The visiting students attend classes, participate activities and enjoy lunch with one of our Student Ambassadors.

Video Gallery: See for yourself what MCA has to offer

Milwaukee Collegiate Academy

4030 N. 29th Street,
Milwaukee, WI 53216
PHONE: (414) 873-4014
FAX: (414) 873-4344
Office Hours: 7:30 a.m. – 4:15 p.m.

Judith Parker, Principal

© 2017 Milwaukee Collegiate Academy

Our Eight Character Strengths

  • Love
  • Optimism
  • Zest
  • Social Intelligence
  • Grit
  • Curiosity
  • Self Control
  • Gratitude

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