Mukwonago School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Mukwonago, WI. It has 4,916 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 63% of students are at least proficient in math and 58% in reading.
Mukwonago School District Rankings
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Mukwonago School District Reviews
School District has grown rapidly. The high school has been updated to accommodate, but the Middle School is bursting at the seams. Many classes at the Middle School and Elementary Schools are at the levels to mandate additional staffing, but school board rules have been misinterpreted in an effort to not staff appropriately. Kids with above and below average grades are being assisted, but those in the middle are not being challenged. All buildings have been updated for safety.
All schools, staff, and after school activities are an asset to the community! Code Ninjas, IT Academy, CyberPatriots, Hackathon and Robotics teach amazing things to students!
During my four years at MHS I’ve had so many great experiences. MHS staff has prepared me for my post-secondary education and my future workforce. Having resources available for our guidance counselor to always be ready for help me. Being a part of the Spanish club and Golf team, will help with my college endeavors. The social life at Mukwonago is tight knit and I’ve developed friendships that I know will last into my future. I value and will keep with the Mukwonago Way! Be on Time, Be Respectful, Be Responds bile and Be Safe. Now that I’m preparing to leave, MHS has started construction on our building with major improvements. These improvements will better the students and staff as our community is out growing our school. I wish I could be there to see it completed but college is calling me.