1914 Monroe St

Madison, WI 53711

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Sennett Middle School

502 Pflaum Road
Madison, WI 53716
Phone: (608) 204-1920

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Sennett at a Glance

Sennett Middle School, recognized as one of the county’s top 200 schools, offers a program designed to address the unique developmental needs of middle schoolers:

The structure reflects a multi-age model where students are divided into six houses of sixth, seventh, and eighth graders who remain with a team of teachers for three years.

  • The program fosters a strong sense of community and “family” in which teacher advisors, parents, and students form a partnership focused on the academic, social, and emotional growth of students.
  • A common, school-wide, integrated, multicultural curriculum includes special emphasis on the acquisition of skills and strategies which empower students to solve the vast array of academic, social, and personal problems they encounter within and outside the school setting.
  • Students are grouped and regrouped based upon their skill levels, needs, and interests throughout their years at Sennett. Goals for what students should know and do are clearly defined; a variety of achievement indicators are used to measure progress and success.

A Unique School: Sennett Middle School offers a uniquely designed program to address the developmental needs of middle schoolers. The “House” program is a structure that reflects a multi-age model. Our students are divided into six houses composed of sixth, seventh, and eighth graders who remain with a team of teachers for three years. This type of program fosters a strong sense of community and “family” in which teacher advisors, parents and students form a partnership focused on the academic, social, and emotional growth of students.

Integrated Multicultural Curriculum: A common, school-wide, integrated, multicultural curriculum includes special emphasis on the acquisition of skills and strategies which empower students to solve the vast array of academic, social, and personal problems they encounter within and outside the school setting. Students are grouped and regrouped based upon their skill levels, needs, and interests throughout their years at Sennett. Goals for what students should know and do are clearly defined; a variety of achievement indicators are used to measure progress and success.

Location

Sennett is located on 61.8 acres of open space surrounded on two sides by the scenic Monona Golf Course and a few blocks from Lake Monona.

Enrollment

There are 24 academic homerooms which average 26 students each, comprised of students from each grade level (6-8). The total student population is approximately 630.