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Congratulations to KUSD's Districtwide Middle School Spelling Bee winner Lucas Tarzon from Kenosha School...
High School Busing Adjustment Due to the 2020 ACT Assessment on March 3, 2020
English Wisconsin requires all 11th grade students to participate in the ACT assessment, which is scheduled for...
Something Rotten!
Book by Karey Kirkpatrick and John O’Farrell Music and Lyrics by Wayne Kirkpatrick and Karey Kirkpatrick...

The KUSD Difference

37.5%
of graduates earn community service distinction diplomas
1
Educational Support Center
63%
AP exams taken received a passing score of 3, 4 or 5
22
Elementary Schools
92.9%
Attendance Rate
5
Choice Schools
21,233
Students
1
Specialty School
3
High Schools
5
Charter Schools
89.3%
2017-18 four-year graduation rate
41
different schools
5
Middle Schools
26.1
Avg credits earned (23.5 required)
4,292
Total Employees