Kenosha County Schools
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Kenosha County Schools

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Researching Kenosha County schools? Kenosha has excellent primary and secondary education systems that offer diverse and challenging learning opportunities for all students. Additionally, our schools consistently outperform the nation, in terms of standardized test scores.

Primary & Secondary Kenosha County Schools

Pre-K/Early Education

Kenosha County knows the importance of education beginning well before Kindergarten. Our community is large enough to have a wide variety of early education opportunities, including public 4K, public and private daycare centers, and preschools and parochial, Montessori, charter, and specialty learning environments. Yet it’s small enough to make early education convenient for your daily life, no matter what your choice.

K-12 Education

When it comes to K-12 Kenosha County Schools,  we have one of the largest communities in the state and, consequently, some of the largest schools. This means that there is a wide range of academic and extracurricular programs for every child. Kenosha Unified School District serves the communities of Kenosha, Pleasant Prairie, and Somers – more than 20,000 students in all. Charter, choice and private schools are also excellent options available for students to consider. The smaller school districts in the western part of the County have highly-rated and well-performing schools.

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Colleges & Universities

Kenosha is definitely a college town! More than 3,500 degrees are awarded annually in Kenosha County from one of five institutions of higher learning operating here, each with its own academic programs and focus. Carthage College is a four-year private liberal arts college with a beautiful campus on the shores of Lake Michigan. Gateway Technical College is one of the largest schools in the state-run Wisconsin Technical College System, educating thousands of students annually for health, business, manufacturing & engineering, and service careers. Herzing University offers both online and on-campus Healthcare, Business, and Technology college degrees for adults. The University of Wisconsin-Parkside is a four-year public university offering 33 undergraduate majors and three master’s degrees in 22 academic departments. Concordia University offers degree programs for adult learners at their Kenosha Center.

Learn more about living in Kenosha and check out the colleges and universities in Kenosha County at the links below!

Gateway Technical College
Herzing University
University of Wisconsin Parkside