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Sheboygan County residents enjoy quality education in grades K-12 and beyond, including the higher educational opportunities available in Sheboygan County. Residents attend thirteen different public schools, nine of which are located within Sheboygan County. Sheboygan County K-12 schools enrolled nearly 23,000 children in the 2007-2008 school year. Information on enrollment and website information for the K-12 public and private school opportunities is available here, K-12 Schools.

Information regarding the public school districts can be found here, School Statistics, including total spending per student, ratio of students to licensed staff, and ACT composite scores.

According to the Wisconsin Knowledge & Concepts Examination (WKCE), Sheboygan County’s students well exceed state averages for those students who are advanced and proficient in reading, math, social studies, science, and language arts.  To look up individual school performance click here.



Wisconsin boasts highest graduation rates in nation

Wisconsin students are making the state proud, by graduating from high school at the highest rates in the nation. 

The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction released the data from a National Center for Education Statistics study, based on public high school graduation rates in the 2008-09 school year.

Click here to read the full story online.