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10Mar, 2022

WILC HAS OPENINGS for NEW STUDENTS for Summer and Fall of 2022!

By |March 10th, 2022|Categories: Uncategorized|

What are the next steps after high school? WILC has openings for individuals on the spectrum ages 18-30.  If you are looking for life skills training, vocational skills and job placement, contact us.  Reach out and start a conversation by calling 262-332-7334 or complete the initial admissions inquiry form and we will follow up with you!

28Sep, 2020

WILC 2021-2022 School Calendar Updated 1/2022

By |September 28th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|

The Wisconsin Independent Learning College, WILC School Calendar for 2021-2022 is available as a PDF. WILC is open year round for our older teens and young adults on the autism spectrum. We welcome our new students and families for the coming year in summer to fall of 2022 and expanding days for our continuing students. This year we offer both direct instruction at WILC, in the community, in-home daily living [...]

7Jan, 2019

Waukesha college helps answer ‘What’s next?’ for people with autism

By |January 7th, 2019|Categories: Press|Tags: , , , |

WILC is in THE NEWS... "Waukesha college helps answer 'What's next?' for people with autism." We encourage you to read about WILC and our students in the news today in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel! Thankful for the Rudawski / Kurlinski Family and the Fulton Family for their contributions to this article. Excerpt from the article by Amy Schwabe, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: When Andy Rudawski was 18 months old, he stopped [...]

25Oct, 2018

School Has Students on the Road to Independence

By |October 25th, 2018|Categories: Press|

WILC and Executive Director Terri-Lynne Johnson were featured in an article in the Waukesha Freeman. Read the story below or click here to read the full article online. Eileen Schmidt/Special to The Freeman College helps autistic students develop life, job skills By Eileen Mozinski Schmidt - Special to The Freeman Oct. 23, 2018 WAUKESHA — A project for an expanded Wisconsin Independent Learning College was underway in Brookfield when [...]

4Sep, 2017

5 Years Ago WILC began

By |September 4th, 2017|Categories: Featured|

WILC MISSION STATEMENT- WILC provides adults with autism personalized programming focused on independence, vocational skills and life-long learning. WILC is a non-profit committed to advocating for our participants so they can learn within the school and community. WILC strives for our young adults to have their voices heard by providing highly trained staff to support their needs in an accepting, interactive, community based environment. It has been 5 years today [...]

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