DLH Academy, Wisconsin

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Darrell L. Hines Academy is a school district in Wisconsin. Located in Milwaukee, DLH Academy is a charter school that serves grades PK-8.[1]

Website evaluation

See also: Evaluation of Wisconsin school district websites

The good

  • FTE reports were listed on the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction website.[2]

The bad

  • DLH did not have a website.

Administrative staff

Below are the administrative staff members and their 2009 pay:[3]

Full Name Position Title Prorated Salary Prorated Fringe
Precious Washington Assistant Principal $73,000.00 $1,536.00



School Choice

Open Enrollment

"Wisconsin's inter-district public school open enrollment program allows parents to apply for their children to attend school districts other than the one in which they reside."[4] All students may apply to attend a different school district outside of their resident area. While they can request to attend a specific school, assignment to that school is not guaranteed even if their application is accepted, as the students apply to the school district, and not individual schools.[5]

Students may also apply to attend virtual charter schools through open enrollment by applying to the non-resident district in which the virtual charter operates. However, Wisconsin state law "limits the number of students that may attend virtual charter schools under the open enrollment program." Students may be placed on a waiting list for virtual charter schools.[5]


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