Tamarack Waldorf High School in Milwaukee will not reopen for the 2019-2020 school year
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- A Milwaukee high school will not be reopening for the 2019-2020 school year.
In a statement, a Tamarack Waldorf School Administrator said Tamarack Waldorf High School will not be reopening next school year because the building owners of the high school location have decided not to renew the lease and they have been unable to secure an alternative location that fits within the school's model.
"This was a painful decision and one that we do not take lightly. We are working closely with schools in the community to identify alternative options for the 30 students and their families that are impacted by the decision and remain in communication with them regarding next steps," the statement said in part.
The statement also said the lower school will not be impacted and will remain open.
Tamarack Waldorf High School's website says the high school opened with 9th graders in the fall of 2014.