Sheboygan School District
As a large school district, we can offer a wealth of high-quality academic programming and co-curricular activities for all students.
Whether you are looking for a comprehensive high school, a small learning community, or something in between, you’ll find it in the Sheboygan Area School District. With an in-district School Choice program, families can choose the best educational environment for their child from our strong network of 26 neighborhood and charter schools. We also welcome families living outside the district to attend our schools through the Wisconsin Open Enrollment program.
We place an emphasis on academic and career planning with the goal of preparing students to take their next step in his or her self-defined career pathway upon graduation from high school.
We take pride in our ability to prepare all students for their future. We support students who plan to enter directly into the workforce after high school as well as students who plan to advance to a higher education institution. The alignment of coursework and experiences both inside and outside the classroom to specific education and career interest areas ensures students graduate ready to successfully take their next step in life.
Composite ACT: 18.2
Student to teacher ratio: 12.8 to 1
Funds spent per student: $13,018 (US Avg: $10.995)
Average graduating class size: 750
APA & college accredited courses: Over 90
% of college bound students: 50%
Grades taught: 4K-12
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