Education

The Burlington Area School District
Offers a program for approximately 3,700 early childhood through 12th grade students who are housed in eight facilities. A recent successful referendum has improved facilities. A new high school opened in August, 2000. Quality educational opportunities and services are provided by approximately 375 certified and non-certified staff members.
 
The mission of the Burlington Area School District is to develop the intellectual, physical, vocational, creative, cultural and social capabilities of our students. Our primary commitment is to develop young people who have both the quest for lifelong learning and the necessary skills to be a lifelong learner.
 
The community has several parochial schools, including Catholic Central, a four-year, co-educational parochial high school serves students from its 17 member parishes as well as students of all denominations from Southeastern Wisconsin. Catholic Central, accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools has a strong record of academic excellence, grounded in faith, offered in a safe, supportive, environment. Impressive graduation rates, ACT pre-college test scores that are consistently above state and national averages, and the large number of graduates who go on to colleges, universities and further education demonstrate the strong learning environment at CCHS.
 
Gateway Technical College has a Burlington campus as well. An important program at Gateway Tech. for entrepreneurs is Launch Box. An important program offered by Gateway is GrowthWheel. To find out information click on the links.
 
 

Gateway Technical College
Marquette University, Milwaukee
Medical College of Wisconsin, Wauwatosa
Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design, Milwaukee
Milwaukee School of Engineering, Milwaukee
Mount Mary College, Milwaukee
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 

Kenosha
University of Wisconsin-Parkside 

Kenosha County
Wisconsin Lutheran College, Wauwatosa