Welcome to the Counselor’s Corner!
This page is dedicated to information pertaining to full time eSchool Program students.
eSchool Program Counselor: Ms. Kim Gorman
College Goal Wisconsin: Help filling out Financial Aid Form for College
College Goal Wisconsin helps students put their hands on money for college by accessing federal and state financial aid. The statewide program is designed to assist students and families in the timely completion of their Free Application for Student Financial Aid (FAFSA). For the fall of 2020, College Goal Wisconsin will carry out its mission by hosting six virtual 2021-2022 FAFSA completion events, beginning on October 7. The FAFSA completion events will connect students and families with FAFSA experts to guide them through the FAFSA-completion process. Please visit their website to view all event dates and to register.
Dual Credit is a program that allows students in grades 9-12 to take classes that allow them to receive both high school credit and college credit for approved courses.
Kenosha Unified School District has three different opportunities for students to earn college credit through Dual Credit.
High School Courses
The Kenosha eSchool Program offers courses that cover multiple subject areas to fulfill high school graduation requirements. You may find credit information and course descriptions for these and other district courses by viewing the KUSD Course Catalog or the eSchool Program Courses.
If you are active in sports at your boundary school, please reference the NCAA guidelines and requirements as you choose your courses.
- Advisory–Grades 9 & 10
- Apprenticeships, C.N.A., & College Courses
- Career Planning and Exploration
- Civics Exam and Study Guide
- College Planning
- Community Service
- KUSD’s Graduation Requirements
- Special eSchool Medical Concerns Program (MEDVI)