Jacci See, Horizon High School Madison WI

You’re invited – Movie Fundraiser

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Jacci See Invites you to Horizon High School’s Fund Raising Event  – Tuesday June 28th, 2016

Sundance Theater – Hilldale
5 pm – Reception & Silent Auction
6 pm – Introduction
6:15 pm – Showing of the Film “Being Charlie” – Directed by Rob Reiner
9 pm – Post Movie Discussion

TICKETS- $25 through Paypal or  Call 608.442.0935 /email info@horizonhs.org to reserve a ticket

Charlie is a troubled 18-year-old who breaks out of a drug treatment clinic; when he returns home, he’s forced to go to adult rehab. There, he meets a beautiful girl, and battles drugs, love and divided parents.

Horizon High School is a recovery high school. Our environment and curriculum are structured to provide a safe and sober atmosphere for students in recovery from drug or alcohol abuse. The classroom setting is small and promotes individualized curriculum. We maintain a staff to student ratio of five to one. Our student population is usually between 6-14 students. Although the program is targeted at teens in recovery, anyone that needs an alternative to a traditional high school setting is welcome. Horizon does NOT limit enrollment only to students in recovery. To maintain an engaging and educational atmosphere, Horizon High School incorporates guest speakers, life skills education, physical education and field trips. Generally, an outing is planned every week to engage students in their community. Students are encouraged to participate in a variety of activities, both at school and after school, in order to help them maintain their recovery and develop into well-rounded community members. Many former students are enrolled in colleges and universities, in the military, or working as contributing members of our community.


Jacci See is one of First Weber’s top realtors in the Madison / Middleton Wisconsin area.  She’s also an advocate in her community and sits on the board of Horizon High School.  She’s raised her family in Dane County and knows a strong community is important.

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