GreatSchools gives schools in Grafton, Wisconsin a rating of 8 out of 10. The rating is based on its schools’ test results. The four top rated schools in Grafton are Grafton Elementary School, Grafton High School, Kennedy Elementary School, and Woodview Elementary School, all public schools with a score of 9.
In Grafton School District, your child can attend any school in a neighboring district (referred to as interdistrict choice). Some districts allow students to transfer to schools in the same district (intradistrict choice) or a neighboring one, with the main goal of encouraging racial integration in Milwaukee and its surrounding suburban districts. Children can also attend charter schools, and low-income students are eligible for scholarship funding to attend private schools. Milwaukee has the country’s largest urban-school-voucher program, allowing disadvantaged children to attend private school using publicly funded scholarships. Should a Title 1 School here ever be designated as “needing improvement”, students attending that school have the right to attend another school in the district per the No Child Left Behind Law.
Things to Know About Some of the Top Rated Schools in the District:
Grafton High School: Here, students have the chance to take Advanced Placement® course work and exams. The AP® participation rate at Grafton High is 56 percent. The student body makeup is 54 percent male and 46 percent female, and the total minority enrollment is 10 percent.
Grafton Elementary School: This school uses DreamBox. DreamBox Learning is a phenomenal research based program that the district has purchased for their students. The program aligns with their core math program Stepping Stones and provides individualized math learning for all.
Grafton School District in Wisconsin knows what children need and puts their needs first. This is definitely a great place to live and raise kids to be well educated and cared for.