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King also among the 50 best in the Midwest; the latest in a long line of honors
Milwaukee Public Schools’ Rufus King International High School is among the three best high schools in Wisconsin and the 50 best in the Midwest, according to rankings released Monday by The Washington Post.
The ranking is based upon the school’s efforts to challenge students to grow academically and joins a long list of national accolades for the school, including a #2 in Wisconsin ranking from U.S. News and World Report in 2013 and winning ACT’s …
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4th-annual scholarship flag football contest set for Saturday, July 27 at Custer Stadium
Alumni of Milwaukee Public Schools’ Rufus King International School and Riverside University High School will square off in flag football Saturday, July 27 to raise scholarship dollars for the schools’ students.
The 4th-annual scholarship flag football game set is set for Saturday, July 27 at 2 p.m. at Custer Stadium, located next to MPS’ School of Career and Technical Education, 5075 N. Sherman Boulevard, Milwaukee 53209. Tickets are $3 with the funds going to the alumni foundations at both …
Rufus King International School is the only high school in the nation to receive the award
Milwaukee Public Schools’ Rufus King International School has won ACT’s national College and Career Transition Award for high schools.
Rufus King is the only high school in the nation to receive the award, which was announced Wednesday evening in Washington, D.C.
Ranked among the best high schools in Wisconsin in 2013 by both U.S. News and World Report and the Washington Post, Rufus King was nominated for the award by Gov. Scott Walker and Wisconsin Superintendent of …
Riverside, Rufus King alumni held their inaugural Flag Football Game event to honor graduates last weekend on July 24. Pictured above are members of the Riverside team. The game was modeled after the North and Lincoln high school alumni basketball game, which has been a community staple for more than 35 years. (Photo by Robert A. Bell)
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Past graduates from Milwaukee’s Rufus King and Riverside University high schools will face off in the inaugural alumni flag football game to benefit scholarships for students of both schools. The game, which will take place July 24, is modeled after the annual North and Lincoln high school alumni basketball game, which has been a community staple for more than 35 years. MPS Superintendent Dr. Gregory E. Thornton will make comments welcoming participants and spectators at the game.
“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to raise scholarship funds to help the …