its Literacy Centers, Stritch aims to provide access to
functional, lifetime literacy for students in Milwaukee, regardless of
cultural, economic, linguistic, or biological factors.
Literacy Centers offer comprehensive literacy assessment and intervention services
for students in grades K-12.
helped students succeed since 1943, through applying research-based strategies
tailored to their strengths, needs, and ongoing progress.
main campus, 6801 N. Yates Road, Milwaukee
City Center, 1037 W. McKinley Ave., Milwaukee
- Hampton School, 5000 N. 53rd St., Milwaukee
- Lincoln Center of the
Arts, 820 E. Knapp St., Milwaukee
- Greentree/Teutonia Community Learning Center, 3744 W. Greentree Road, Milwaukee
program offers individualized intervention plans built from research-based best
practices in phonological awareness, phonics, vocabulary, fluency,
comprehension, writing, and study skills. All students are taught in groups of
1-3 by graduate literacy professionals or Stritch undergraduate and graduate
curriculum is based on basic literacy instruction and engaged motivation,
through inspiring self-confidence and success as a reader.
Learn more about the Stritch Literacy Centers