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The School of Choice

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Welcome To

Tate High School

Tate High School is “The School of Choice” for students who desire a smaller setting, individualized learning, and a more flexible path to graduation.

Learn more about Tate

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Our District

The Iowa City Community School District serves more than 14,000 students and is the 4th largest school district in the state of Iowa. Here you can explore our District's offerings, stay informed with the latest news and calendar updates, meet our District administrative team, and more!

Students & Families

Our students and families are at the heart of what we do. Here you can explore the resources and information needed from enrollment to school meals to transportation and everything in between.

Academics & Programs

Our goal is to provide dynamic learning opportunities and future-focused educational programming. Here you will discover the depth and breadth of our academic offerings and our unique programming opportunities that prepare students to be college, career, and life ready.

Supports & Services

We are committed to providing supports that allow for all students to reach their full potential. Here you will find information on our specialized education services, our mental health supports, our community connections, and more.

Tate High School

By the numbers

164

Students enrolled at Tate

4th

Largest high school in our District

12

Students per class on average

37

Faculty and staff at Tate

19

Years Tate has been open (2005)

A Message From

Our Principal

Ann Browning

Tate High School is “The School of Choice” for students who desire a smaller setting, individualized learning, and a more flexible path to graduation. As the regional alternative high school for Iowa City and the surrounding communities, our mission is to maximize every student’s academic potential and personal responsibility.
Ann Browning
Tate High Principal