Kenosha Public School

Find Kenosha Wisconsin public schools, including charter schools, k-12, elementary, middle, and high schools, school districts, boards, systems and PTAs. Public schools provide information on tuition, school rankings, school enrollment, education, curriculum, classes, records, and teacher student ratios.


Bradford High School 3700 Washington Road Kenosha WI 53144 262-653-6200


Brompton School 7951 36th Avenue Kenosha WI 53142 262-359-2191

Dimensions of Learning Academy 6218 25th Avenue Kenosha WI 53143 262-359-6849

Edward Bain School Of Language And Art 2600 50th Street Kenosha WI 53140 262-359-2300

Forest Park Elementary School 6810 45th Avenue Kenosha WI 53142 262-359-6319

Frank Elementary School 1816 57th Street Kenosha WI 53140 262-359-6324

Hillcrest School 4616 24th Street Kenosha WI 53144 262-359-6118

Indian Trail High School And Academy 6800 60th Street Kenosha WI 53144 262-359-8700

John Bullen Middle School 2804 39th Avenue Kenosha WI 53144 262-359-4460

Kenosha 4 Year Old Kindergarten School 3600 52nd Street Kenosha WI 53144 262-359-6078

Kenosha Eschool 6121 Green Bay Road Kenosha WI 53142 262-359-7715

Kenosha House Of Corrections School 4777 88th Avenue Kenosha WI 53144 262-653-6378

Lance Middle School 4515 80th Street Kenosha WI 53142 262-359-2240

Mahone Middle School 6900 60th Street Kenosha WI 53144 262-359-8100

Mckinley Elementary School 5520 32nd Avenue Kenosha WI 53144 262-359-6002

Mckinley Middle School Magnet School 5710 32nd Avenue Kenosha WI 53144 262-359-6367

Roosevelt Elementary School 3322 Roosevelt Road Kenosha WI 53142 262-359-6097

Stocker Elementary School 6315 67th Street Kenosha WI 53142 262-359-2143

Strange Elementary School 5414 49th Avenue Kenosha WI 53144 262-359-6024

Wilson Elementary School 4520 33rd Avenue Kenosha WI 53144 262-359-6094

How are Public Schools funded?

Public Schools are publicly funded, largely through taxes. Most funding comes from state, county and local sources, with the federal government providing a relatively small share of Public School funding. Some Public Schools may charge fees for specific programs and activities, such as athletics and clubs.

What is "school choice"?

Traditional Public Schools typically assign students to schools based on their residency. School choice refers to programs that enable students to attend a school other than the Public School they would have otherwise been assigned. School choice programs include voucher programs, open enrollment in other school districts, Charter Schools, Magnet Schools, and home schooling.

What are Vocational-Technical Schools?

Vocational-Technical, or Vo-Tech, Schools are schools that provide training in trades or technical fields, usually on a part-time basis, to students. While part of the school-day or week is spent in Vo-Tech coursework, the traditional portion of the curriculum is provided by the student's home school district. Most Vo-Tech Schools are for students in high school grades.