Elementary age children attend either the
- Creative Arts Class, LLC
- Edgerton Children’s Center
We are very proud of our excellent facilities and the opportunities they provide to our students, Edgerton residents and surrounding communities. We welcome visitors who want to check us out!
Our students are a continual source of pride. They have netted top awards in academics, music, art and athletics. Elementary students distinguish themselves in their school projects at the county fair. Middle school students win honors with the Presidential Awards for Academic Excellence, plus music solo and ensemble festivals.
Many clubs and organizations enrich the lives of our middle and high school students. Students are involved in civic functions as community volunteers and are active with environmental and political issues.
Approximately 1,875 students are enrolled in the Edgerton School District.
The District's professional teaching staff includes special education, art, music and physical education teachers. Staff place children’s needs as their number one priority, and are constantly striving to improve methods and teaching techniques to make their classrooms centers of “thinking and doing.” The District has a mix of seasoned and new teachers, with more than half holding Master's Degrees.
Much time and effort has helped align curriculum to the Wisconsin State Teaching Standards and to help children with the thinking skills necessary to perform well on the Wisconsin Knowledge and Concepts Exam-Criterion Referenced Test (WKCE-
Talented & Gifted (TAG) Program
This leadership program includes a key teacher at each building and a K-12 committee. A wide array of enrichment opportunities are offered by the classroom teachers and through pull-out groupings. A policy exists for content area and full-year acceleration. Many high school students take advantage of Advanced Placement courses and Post Secondary Options, a program which pays for college courses while students are still in high school.
Special Education Services
Students with disabilities participate to the maximum extent possible in the academic, non-academic and extracurricular aspects of the general education programs. Teachers, psychologists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, speech and language pathologists, social workers, school counselors, support staff, parents and administrators work together to discover creative solutions to the academic, emotional and social problems faced daily by students with special educational needs.
We are committed to remaining up-to-date with technological developments in a managed, measured and proactive way for the benefit of students and staff. A technology K-12 curriculum is in place for all students, and teachers have learned to incorporate technology into instruction in ways that enhance thinking and learning.
Summer School Program