The Adams-Friendship Area School District is proudly accredited by The North Central Association. We are one of the first districts in Wisconsin to achieve this designation.
We boast of strong academic and co-curricular programs. Our district has a proud tradition of "Preparing Students to Perform for Life". Throughout the area, state, and country you will find graduates of the Adams-Friendship Area School District who are successful in their chosen career area and are contributing citizens as well.
The school district has three elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school to serve residents of the area. There are educational programs designed to meet the individual needs of all students including those in talented and gifted programs as well as those who may have an exceptional education need. Our students' benefit from small teacher to student ratios as well as the individual attention that is realized in a small, safe school district. The South Central Instructional Network Group (SCING), of which the Adams-Friendship Area School District was a founding member, provides an opportunity for advanced and expanded coursework over a distance-learning network.
Adams-Friendship High School students have the opportunity to demonstrate leadership and excellence through participation in both athletic and non-athletic areas such as National Honor Society, DECA, HOSA, Forensics, Solo Ensemble, Student Council, FFA, and a variety of sports.
Adams-Friendship Middle School strives to provide a supportive atmosphere and program which celebrates the unique transition of our students from childhood to adolescence.
Adams-Friendship Elementary, Grand Marsh Elementary, and Roche-A-Cri Elementary are all part of the SAGE (Student Achievement Guarantee in Education) Program. This means that in grades K-3, there is one teacher for every 15 students.
Both elementary and middle level students are invited to participate in the Community Learning Center After School Programs. In addition, a wide variety of remedial and enrichment summer school options are available to students of all ages.
Quality education of this kind does not occur without strong community support. We welcome YOU, the community, to visit our facilities so that you may see that we are providing a "safe, respectful environment and a comprehensive educational approach" for our children.