South Division High School is the largest bilingual high school in the state of Wisconsin, offering rigorous curriculum for college-bound students. South Division provides Advanced Placement (AP) coursework in most content areas — including art, calculus, English, history and Spanish — allowing our students to earn college credits. Our Project Lead the Way offerings prepare students for careers in engineering and biomedical science. The school has partnerships with post-secondary institutions, allowing our students to take course work at the college level.
South Division is officially certified to offer the Project Lead the Way Biomedical Science Program. We currently offer four electives in the biomedical sciences: Medical Terminology, Principals of Biomedical Sciences, Human Body Systems, and Medical Interventions. For more information on this exciting program, please visit the Project Lead the Way Biomedical Science Program.
Kimberly McLaughlin works in security at South Division High School, but many students consider her a second mom. McLaughlin is better known as Mama Mac. “The children I saw maybe needed extra help. So I started to collect coats,” she said. Click here to learn more.