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Badger Rock Middle School

We prepare every scholar for college, career, and community through project-based learning and an urban agriculture focus.

Welcome to Badger Rock Middle

Learn about the progress and exciting opportunities of Madison’s newest school.

Scholars integrate knowledge from all four core subjects (math, science, social studies, and language arts) to find solutions to real world problems. Through our focus on urban agriculture, scholars learn important life skills of communication, collaboration, and self-wellness. We are also driven by our core values of place, cultural relevance, sustainability & resilience, and design & inquiry.

What Makes Badger Rock Unique

Connected to the neighborhood.

  • Public instrumental charter school with an interdisciplinary, project based learning program focused on environmental sustainability.
  • Community Market held every Thursday, featuring vegetables grown by the students
  • CommUNITY dinners
  • Strong partnerships with local organizations that provide community-based experiences such as trips to nature centers and local organizations.
  • Smaller learning community that provides more individual attention to scholar needs as well as the opportunity for deep and meaningful relationships.


Interested in supporting our school? Give a gift to Badger Rock Middle.


Contact Badger Rock Middle

Badger Rock Middle
501 E Badger Road
Madison WI 53713

Office: (608) 442-1335

Badger Rock Alumni

Are you an MMSD Alum? Connect with us and share your story.

Meet Our Adopt-A-School Partners


Interested in adopting a school?

Through the Foundation’s Adopt-a-School program, Madison’s public schools are “adopted” by a local business, organization, or government agency, forming mutually enriching partnerships.

“We are so excited to be a part of this amazing school! We have the most awesome school available to middle school kids. It really makes a difference who is leading the school and how involved the parents are. Come and visit the greenhouse and see what’s growing inside and let the kids tell you how they did it.”

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