“The High School” is founded on the campus of the Milwaukee Psychiatric Hospital to serve the hospital's adolescent in-patient population.
The school's name is changed to Kradwell High School to honor Dr. William Kradwell, a benefactor of the school and early pioneer of psychiatric medicine in Wisconsin.
Kradwell High School moves into the Dewey Hall building (its current location) on the hospital campus.
The school's name is shortened to “Kradwell School” to mark the addition of an elementary school.
The Milwaukee Psychiatric Hospital joins Aurora Health Care.
Kradwell School shifts its focus and no longer serves the hospital's in-patient populations. Instead, Kradwell opens its doors to surrounding school districts, offering a wide range of academic classes and a summer school program.
The Milwaukee Psychiatric Hospital officially changes its name to the Aurora Psychiatric Hospital.
2005 – 06:
Kradwell School is remodeled and expanded to better serve its expanding educational cliental.
Kradwell School is a private school with a dedicated faculty and staff who serve approximately 60 8th – 12th grade students from school districts in the greater Milwaukee County area, as well as the surrounding counties.