School District of Waukesha 222 Maple Ave, Waukesha, WI53186 The Waukesha School District is the largest and most diverse school district in Waukesha County. One of the 10 largest…More school districts in Wisconsin, Waukesha has three middle schools, three high schools, three charter high schools, a virtual charter school and a bilingual pilot program at Banting Elementary School designed to eventually turn the school into a full bilingual education resource for students. The district is continuing to explore further charter school options in an effort to reduce class sizes.
Waukesha North High School 2222 Michigan Ave, Waukesha, WI53188 Waukesha North High School serves students who attended Butler Middle School and Horning Middle School and is the only…More high school in the Waukesha School District to use block scheduling of classes. The school boasts a strong marching band organization, which has won the Wisconsin School Music Association state championship three years in a row.
Blair Elementary School 301 Hyde Park Ave, Waukesha, WI53188 Blair Elementary School is one of the smaller schools in the Waukesha School District. It offers a variety of school…More activities and educational programs for its kindergarten through fifth grade students. The school also has one of the most diverse socioeconomic backgrounds in the district. Students who attend here will go onto Butler Middle School.
Rose Glen Elementary School W273s3845 Brookhill Dr, Waukesha, WI53189 Rose Glen Elementary School is located in the far southwest corner of the Waukesha School District. The school has one…More of the largest elementary school student populations in the district and a very engaged family community. Students who graduate from the school will go on to attend Central Middle School.
Central Middle School 400 N Grand Ave, Waukesha, WI53186 Central Middle School serves the graduates of Hadfield, Prairie, Rose Glen and Whittier Elementary Schools. Students who…More graduate from Central will then go on to attend Waukesha South High School or Waukesha West High School. Central is the oldest middle school facility in the Waukesha School District and has one of the most diverse socioeconomic student populations.
Horning Middle School 2000 Horning Rd., Waukesha, WI53146 Horning Middle School is located next door to Banting Elementary School in Waukesha. The school serves students who…More attended Banting, Hadfield, Heyer, Hillcrest, Whittier and White Rock elementary schools. Students who graduate from the school will go on to study at Waukesha North High School, Waukesha South High School and Waukesha West High School. Horning faculty member Maureen Look-Ainsworth is the reigning Wisconsin Teacher of the Year.
Hawthorne Elementary School 1111 Maitland Dr, Waukesha, WI53188 Hawthorne Elementary School serves students from kindergarten through fifth grade. Graduates from the school go onto…More attend Butler Middle School.
Waukesha South High School 401 E Roberta Ave, Waukesha, WI53186 Waukesha South High School is the oldest high school in the Waukesha School District and also possesses the most diverse…More student population. The school serves students who attended Central Middle School and Horning Middle School. Some students and faculty call South "Harvard on the hill" as a boast about academic achievements and the school's location on top of a large hill on East Roberta Avenue.
Banting Elementary School 2019 Butler Dr, Waukesha, WI53186 Banting Elementary School is the only school in the Waukesha School District to offer a full dual language school. In…More its second year, the dual language program is designed to have all of its students fluent in both Spanish and English by the completion of the fifth grade. The program is currently offered in kindergarten and first grade with plans to expand it by one each school year.
White Rock Elementary School 1150 Whiterock Ave, Waukesha, WI53186 White Rock Elementary School has the most diverse student population in the Waukesha School District. The school has a…More very large population of non-native English speaking students, and has a very large immigrant family population. Students who graduate from White Rock will go on to attend Butler Middle School or Horning Middle School.
Summit View Elementary School 2100 Summit Ave, Waukesha, WI53188 Summit View Elementary School opened in 1992, making it one of the newer schools in the Waukesha School District. Most…More students who graduate from Summit View go on to attend Butler Middle School.
Butler Middle School 310 N Hine Ave, Waukesha, WI53188 Butler Middle School serves students who graduate from Bethesda, Blair, Hawthorne, Lowell, Meadowbrook, Summit View and…More White Rock elementary schools. Students who graduate from Butler will then go on to study at either Waukesha North High School or Waukesha West High School.
Montessori School of Waukesha 2600 Summit Ave, Waukesha, WI53188 This school offers education for toddlers to eighth graders at its facility on Summit Avenue. In addition to…More full-time Montessori classes, the school provides before-school and after-school programs and extracurricular activities.
Whittier Elementary School 1103 S East Ave, Waukesha, WI53186 Whittier Elementary School has a very diverse student population and strong commitment to using an innovative curriculum…More to educate students. Students at the school will have an opportunity to participate in unique programs, such as Writer's Workshop. Graduates from Whittier will go on to attend Central Middle School and Horning Middle School.
Harvey Phillip Alternative High School 621 W College Ave, Waukesha, WI53186 Harvey Philip is one of the Waukesha School District's five charter schools and serves at-risk high school students. The…More school's programming is designed to help these students graduate by providing specialized academic help.
Heyer Elementary School 1209 Heyer Dr, Waukesha, WI53186 Heyer Elementary School teaches students from Kindergarten through fifth grade. Students who graduate from the school…More will go on to attend Horning Middle School. The school is known for its special education programs.
St. William Catholic Church 444 N Moreland Blvd, Waukesha, WI53188 The St. William campus welcomes four-year-old kindergarten through fifth grade students in the Waukesha Catholic School…More system. The school offers a rigorous curriculum and a Catholic education. The school also offers before-school care at 7am and after-school care from 3:30pm to 6pm.
Hadfield Elementary School 733 Linden St, Waukesha, WI53186 Hadfield Elementary School serves students from kindergarten through fifth grade. Students who graduate from the school…More will go onto attend either Central Middle School or Horning Middle School.
Lowell Elementary School 140 N Grandview Blvd, Waukesha, WI53188 Lowell Elementary School is located about one block from Waukesha North High School. The school is known for its staff's…More specialization in hearing-impaired special education students. The students who attend Lowell Elementary will go on to Butler Middle School.
Hillcrest Elementary School 2200 Davidson Rd, Waukesha, WI53186 Located on the east side of Waukesha, Hillcrest Elementary School serves kindergarten through fifth grade students. The…More school is known for the active involvement of its students' families. Students who graduate from the school frequently attend Horning Middle School.
After School 1800 Dolphin Dr, Waukesha, WI53186 After School is a program of the Wisconsin Youth Company. This is the office for Waukesha County after-school programs,…More handling Waukesha, New Berlin and Kettle Moraine. The office interacts with parents as well as local schools in setting up and coordinating care for the children in the program.