Our mission is to prepare students for active, authentic learning experiences while building self-advocacy and collaboration skills.
The COMPASS Program provides a multi-age environment that meets learners needs through units that incorporate student interest, multiple disciplines, and college and career ready skills; and through coaching learners to be active participants in their education through conferring and collaboration.
COMPASS is not a charter school, nor is it a school within a school, it is an opportunity for students to follow a pathway that will maximize their strengths, honor their individuality, and provide opportunities to develop skills.
Application Period Dates:
Please contact the school guidance office for the 2019-2020 school year. Application for the 2020-2021 school year will be open from December 1, 2019 - January 10, 2020.
Check out the other Personalized Learning communities in the School District of Waukesha:
Flight Academy - Horning Middle School
QUEST - Butler Middle School
Meet the Facilitators
Rob Grisar, Diane Reynolds and Sarah Milleville (left to right) are the instructors of the COMPASS program at Les Paul. Rob leads math. Diane leads science. Sarah leads reading and writing. All teachers share Social Studies. Our teachers take an active role in the Les Paul community outside the classroom as well through intervention services, extra curricular support, and coaching roles.