There are 9 public school districts in Sheboygan County. Average student to teacher ratio is 16:1 or lower. This means your child gets great hands-on education, and the opportunity to engage in extracurricular activities. Click on the map above to learn more about each district.
Wisconsinites take public education very seriously. This has resulted in several academic advantages over other states:
- 4-year old kindergarten (4K) is standard in Sheboygan County public schools. Part-time 3K is often offered to 3-year olds who fall behind their peers.
- Composite ACT scores are higher than the national average.
- High school graduation rates are higher than the national average.
- Wisconsin’s low student to teacher ratio means smaller class sizes.
- Public schools are very well funded. Most parents never consider private schools. Private school are available, most of them having a religion-based curriculum.
- Area high schools offer dozens of college accredited courses.
- The University of Wisconsin system includes 13 freshmen colleges and 13 4-year universities.
- The state has a robust technical / community college system.