Prepare Each Student To Be Successful




  • The Stevens Point area is not just a beautiful place in which to live, grow, work, and play. It is a destination. The homestead from which to build a career, begin and raise a family, pursue life's dreams, and achieve personal and professional goals. Our District is an integral part of the Stevens Point area family, and we believe that the opportunities we offer, the people who provide them, and our students who take hold of them will take you and your children - our students - to heights of achievement.

  • Appointment of Board Member Process

    At the February 13, 2023, School Board meeting, the board approved the following process and timeline to fill an open seat created by Mr. Wade's resignation.

    4/5/23    Applications made available to the public 
    4/19/23  Deadline for applications to be submitted to Bliss 
    4/24/23  Special Board meeting to conduct interviews and select a candidate
    4/24/23  Selected candidate takes their oath and is seated at the Special School Board Reorganization meeting

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  • Closing the Gender Gap in Computer Science

    Posted by Stevens Point Area Public School District on 2/8/2023

    Mrs. Kaster works with students in AP Computer Science

    Computer science remains one of the fastest-growing and most in-demand fields in today's workforce, yet it remains a male-dominated field. This can be particularly true in advanced placement (AP) computer science courses, where the number of female students is often significantly lower than the number of male students.

    AP Computer Science Student Works on Project for Course

    However, Stevens Point Area Senior High’s AP Computer Science A class was recently recognized for an impressive 45% female-student ratio as a finalist for the 2022 AP Computer Science Female Diversity Award. 

    “The achievement is not only a victory for the school, and for instructor Mrs. Kaster, but it also serves as a powerful message to other schools and educators that it is possible to close the gender gap in computer science,” said superintendent Cory Hirsbrunner. 

    AP Compter Science students reach 45% female-student ratio and national recognition

    This is a significant accomplishment and a testament to the hard work and dedication of the school's staff, students, and administration - congratulations! 

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