About Sheboygan Area School District

The Sheboygan Area School District is the only district of choice that provides students and families the guidance to tailor an education path that fits their individual needs and goals.

The Sheboygan Area School District is the largest school district in Sheboygan County and offers comprehensive and innovative educational opportunities for students from 4-year-old kindergarten through college courses offered in our high schools. The Sheboygan Area School District can help any family or student choose an educational program that is best suited to their learning style and post-academic goals.

With 25 school options, our district currently operates 8 charter schools and a variety of unique programs that are not offered in other districts in our area. All students are guaranteed enrollment in their neighborhood school (based on home address). The Sheboygan Area School District also offers an annual school choice request period, where families can request to attend another school in the district. Not sure which school is your neighborhood school? Use our Address Locator Tool to find out.

With over 25 schools in our district, we will have a program your student will enjoy.

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In 2020, the Sheboygan Area School District was listed in the top 4 school districts to buy an affordable home.

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In 2019, Sheboygan Area School District was named to Forbes inaugural list of America’s Best-in-State Employers. Of the 67 Wisconsin employers recognized, the Sheboygan Area School District was one of only four school districts to make the list.

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In 2019, Sheboygan was ranked as one of the top 10 best cities in Wisconsin to live in.

We welcome families living outside our school district boundaries to attend the Sheboygan Area School District through the Wisconsin Open Enrollment program.

Third Friday Annual Enrollment Reports

State Report Card

As part of the state accountability system, the Department of Public Instruction (DPI) produces report cards for every district and school in Wisconsin.

Learn more about our Board of Education, view meeting agendas and minutes, and read our policies.

Board of Education

Sheboygan Area School District Long Range Plan


All students will be productive and responsible citizens in a competitive world.

Belief Statements

We believe in: 

  • success of all students
  • student learning at a high level
  • collaboration
  • continuous improvement
  • results orientation
  • participatory decision-making
  • The ‘we mentality’ is the guiding philosophy upon which we will interact with our stakeholders: students, parents, staff and community

Accountability Measure

Career and College Readiness Report Card

Goal 1 - Upon graduation, all students will be prepared to successfully take the next step in their self-defined career pathway

Objective 1 - Ensure Educational Equity for All Students in the Sheboygan Area School District. Educational Equity means that every student has access to the resources and educational rigor the need at the right moment in their education, across race, gender, ethnicity, language, disability, sexual orientation, family background, and/or family income

Objective 2 - All SASD students will have access to high quality extended learning activities throughout the full calendar year.

Objective 3 - Mental health/trauma informed care - All staff and students will benefit from a stronger understanding and ability to address mental health within the SASD

Objective 4 - Continuous improvement - All schools will successfully engage in a continuous improvement process.

Goal 2 - District support systems are aligned to maximize student learning

Objective 1 - Health benefits are sustainable and valued by staff

Objective 2 - Student, financial, and information systems efficiently meet the needs of staff, students, and parents

Objective 3 - Provide quality nutrition for students

Objective 4 - Identify and prioritize capital needs of the District and develop a 10-year capital needs implementation and funding plan

Objective 5 - Attract and retain quality staff

Objective 6 - Strengthen and expand the output and avenues of communication to ensure that our internal and external stakeholders are informed and that the District is best positioned to attract and retain students.


The SASD is unique because of its diverse student body. This diversity gives the SASD students the opportunity to honor, appreciate and celebrate the many cultures that exist in the district. Learn more about our individual schools.