Each student in the Kenosha Unified School District is assigned to a school based on the boundary in which they live. However, every student has the option to attend other schools by choice.
Choice and charter schools offer the same core subjects and have the same graduation requirements as the rest of the schools in the district. However, their delivery technique and electives may vary depending on school’s focus and emphasis.
What's the difference between a choice and a charter school?
Choice schools are schools other than a student’s assigned boundary school that accept students based on an application process.
Charter schools are schools other than a student’s assigned boundary school that accept students based on a lottery system.
KUSD Charter Schools
- The Brompton School (K-8) - Lottery information
- Dimensions of Learning Academy (K-8) - Lottery information
- Harborside Academy (6-12) - Lottery information
- Kenosha eSchool (K-12) - Lottery information
- KTEC East and West (K-8) - Lottery information
KUSD Choice Schools
- Chavez Learning Station
- Dual Language Program (housed at EBSOLA and Bullen) - Application information
- Indian Trail Academy (9-12) - Lottery information
- LakeView Technology Academy (9-12) - Application information
- Reuther Central (9-12) - Application information
Secondary Schools of Choice
Please visit these websites for more information on charter schools.