In the Kewaskum School District we do more than teach, we engage students in their learning. With teachers and staff who partner with parents, we take great pride in providing a comprehensive curriculum and the same range of opportunities offered by larger school districts. We do it with a small town, personalized learning environment, with people who genuinely care, and in a community with so much to offer.
Kewaskum is a beautiful place to live, and a wonderful place to raise a family and call home. We are located a short drive north of Milwaukee at the gateway to the Northern Kettle Moraine.
Just under 1800 students attend two elementary schools, a middle school and a high school. Teachers and students are involved in learning and in the community. No matter what level a student enters our schools, it’s our goal to deliver each student a high quality, rigorous, and relevant education.
Educating the whole child is vitally important to us, our families and the communities we serve.
What is the Kewaskum Difference?
- We COMPETE in a global society by offering dual credit and college/career readiness.
- We educate the WHOLE child by involving the community.
- We have that SMALL TOWN FEEL with personal attention.
The vision of the Kewaskum School District is to be an exceptional place to learn and work where students and staff are equipped with the academic, social-emotional, and work skills to meet the challenges of their diverse futures and reach their full potential.
The mission of the Kewaskum School District is to maximize its resources and assets to provide responsive instruction, foster strong relationships, engage the community, and model high expectations.
The values of the Kewaskum School District are:
Inclusivity - meeting the diverse needs of all students
Unity - working together for a common goal
Integrity - acting with honesty and accountability
Transparency - communicating clearly and accurately
Innovation - utilizing resources creatively to move forward
Excellence - holding ourselves and others to high standards