Bill Reid has been part of the Prairie family for 42 years and counting. Graduating from Prairie in 1973, he’s now a valued and tenured member of our faculty and visual arts department. He also serves as Prairie’s Artist in … Continue reading
The Prairie School was proud to host the Milwaukee Ballet on Friday, January 30. Milwaukee dancers, including Prairie School alumna, Emily Lovdahl `14, performed for our early school through grade 4 students during a one-hour session. At the end of … Continue reading
Now in its sixth year, C.L.A.S.S. has gained tremendous momentum amongst our students and community. Check out a recent highlight from the Journal Times … Journal Times — A volunteer group of about 40 students at The Prairie School takes a … Continue reading
Primary School Students Receive MLK Kindness Award We are excited to announce that three Primary School students will be recognized at the 21st Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration on January 19. The event is an annual ceremony hosted … Continue reading
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Testimonials from Students, Teachers, Parents & Alumni
"I am amazed by the courteous, professional manner of the faculty members, impressed by the behavior of the students, and pleased with the high expectations set for all."
Class of 2006
"My Prairie experience prepared me for college, which in turn prepared me for my career. As a writer, I learned the foundation of putting together a solid story in the Prairie classrooms. And while I dreaded our yearly research papers, I still utilize the skills I learned from that writing and researching process today."
Class of 2011
"My entire college career cost less than one year at Prairie, thanks to scholarships awarded as a result of the skills I learned at Prairie."
"Three words come to my mind when I think about Prairie — pride, professionalism and flexibility."
Filmmaker, Class of 2003
"My 10 years at Prairie - 8 of which I dedicated seriously to the performing arts - have proved an invaluable foundation for a lifelong career as an artist."
The Prairie School is an independent private school for students from age 3 through high school (grade 12). Our goal is to develop humane, tolerant, creative, well-schooled, and self-confident young leaders. One of the top college preparatory schools in Southeastern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois. The Prairie School serves students residing in areas including Racine, Kenosha, Oak Creek, Franklin and Winthrop Harbor. Come visit Prairie School today!