The Bristol School District believes the goal of public school is to help you grow as an individual and as a student. Students in Kindergarten through eighth grade would attend the local public elementary school: Bristol School. There are also many options for PreK and day care facilities. Bristol is very proud of its excellent schools and know that you will be very happy too. Stop by and schedule a tour any time!
It’s hard to leave your child in the care of someone else. EL has 29 years of experience caring for children 6 weeks through school age. We believe in nurturing the “whole” child physically, cognitively, socially and emotionally. We help children develop the skills to become confident, strong, creative and healthy individuals. Proud to be voted the Best of Kenosha “Child Care” Winner in 2013 and 2018.
There are many K-12 options in the Bristol Area - both public and private. If you choose to enroll your child in the local public school district, Bristol School is one of the best in the county, consistently scoring near the top of county-wide rankings. High school students would go to Westosha Central High School in nearby Salem. Learn more about each school and some local private options as well at the links below.
The Central High School STEM Aviation Program provides students a unique, inspiring, and empowering education experience.
Westosha Central High School STEM Aviation Program educates students in the principles of aircraft construction, physics of flight, and concepts of metallurgy — and we explore opportunities and careers in the aviation field. It is one of a handful of participating high schools across the nation. It's one of the many unique and excellent programs at Westosha Central High School.
A few of our 7th & 8th graders visited UW-Whitewater last week! Students participated in icebreaker activities, saw an illusionist that focused on leadership qualities and communication skills, as well as team building activities focused on trust!
There are many quality higher education options in close proximity to the Village for young adults and those wanting to continue their education both in Kenosha County and within a short commute.
LEARN MORE ABOUT LOCAL COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
You’re Much More Than a Number
At Herzing, we believe that providing you with a caring, supportive community will have a positive impact on your learning experience. We know our students by name and are committed to your academic, personal, and professional success. Discover why Herzing's student-first approach, individual attention and caring community set us apart from other colleges and universities.
Personalized scheduling and services so you succeed
On-demand, online, evening, blended, full-time, and part-time classes let students customize their learning to work around their schedule. We offer 18 programs that are entirely online, for students who need maximum flexibility. And with learning success centers that offer subject-specific tutoring on every campus and online, as well as specialized services to provide one-on-one support, our diverse student body is prepare to succeed.
UW-Parkside's pre-health signature program is extraordinary
The pre-med program at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside has acceptance rate into medical school that is over twice the national average at 90%.
Successful applicants to professional programs not only need to be strong academic performers and scholars, they also need to be dedicated to the field of health and medicine, be committed to helping others, and have a strong sense of community service. The degrees, programs, and students within UW-Parkside's Center for Health Sciences reflect this truth.
A nationally recognized undergraduate program that provides students hands-on opportunities in technology development and atmospheric sciences through partnerships with NASA and academic researchers around the world.
For a full decade, NASA has selected Carthage students to conduct research aboard its zero-gravity aircraft. Lately, the stakes have risen. A team of underclassmen is grinding to prepare a tiny but powerful Earth-imaging satellite for launch to the International Space Station.