Omega School’s Mission Statement
“To provide opportunities for people to enhance their lives through adult basic education.”
—Adopted November 12, 1994
Scope of Service Omega School achieves its mission by providing individualized basic skills instruction in a supportive and informal atmosphere, and by working cooperatively with other agencies and institutions.
The contents and skills taught are guided by the individual learner’s goals. These goals may include:
- Improved reading ability.
- Preparing for the GED (General Educational Development) exams by gaining proficiency in Language Arts Writing, Mathematics, Social Studies, Science and Language Arts Reading.
- Enhancing self-esteem.
Omega School, Inc. has been helping adults to obtain their GED/HSED for 40 years, in a one-on-one tutoring fashion.
Founded in 1972, Omega, (now officially known as Omega School Inc.), began as an alternative for young people who were not succeeding in a traditional high school setting.
The homey environment, low student-to-teacher ratio, individualized instruction, and committed professional staff provided an appropriate learning environment for these students. Through the years, many changes have taken place with regard to client population, funding base, and structure, but Omega School still retains its dedication to educational excellence.
Omega School’s mission is to provide individualized basic adult-educational instruction and support to adult learners as a means of improving the quality of their lives.
Omega School ensures that access to other opportunities, including the GED/HSED, training, employment, interviewing skills, and knowledge of resumes, is an integral part of each student’s learning.
Location of Service
The main location for the Omega School programs are located near the Madison Metro Bus South Transfer Point (South Park Street and West Badger Road) and is easily accessible to the general Madison area for the convenience of all students.
- Omega School
835 West Badger Road
Madison, WI 53713
(608)256-4650 (608)256-4651 (fax)