Today, we’re going to talk about the largest school districts in Wisconsin. We’ll tell you how many schools they contain, the value they bring to the children, which are best, and a little about the towns where they’re located.
The first of the largest school districts in Wisconsin is the Milwaukee public school system. This is the biggest in the state, and it has 156 schools in the system. While it’s the largest district, it still has some work to do as far as shaping young minds.
The second most massive of the largest school districts in Wisconsin is the Madison Metropolitan School District, which has 54 schools. This district has a better reputation than some of the other districts in the area.
The next largest Wisconsin school district is the one found in Kenosha, and it has 43 schools with 19,381 students in grades PK-12. The district receives good grades for academics, clubs & activities, diversity, and college prep.
The Green Bay Area Public school district gets a B score from reviews from teachers and parents. While it does well with diversity and extracurricular activities, academics and teacher scores could use a little help.