The West Allis-West Milwaukee School District serves over 7,500 students in four-year-old kindergarten through 12th grade. The District has two comprehensive high schools, three intermediate schools, eleven elementary schools, one Charter School and project-based learning high school.
Our walkable neighborhood schools mean there is a school close to your home. Strong school spirit and communities of students, parents, and educators is something that our neighborhood schools take pride in.
Our schools provide engaging learning experiences in classrooms where students are welcomed, challenged, and supported. Instruction is personalized, engaging, and focuses on college/career readiness and 21st century skill development. We develop school cultures where students, teachers, and families form strong relationships to support learning. We're centered on inspiring children to do their best.
Our professional learning community of teachers and staff work with students and their families to help plan academic and career exploration activities and opportunities that will prepare students for the future.
WAWM high schools have a tradition of excellence as comprehensive schools providing a well-rounded, high-quality educational experience for all students. We encourage students to take advantage of opportunities in academics, athletics, music, art, languages, career and technical education (CTE), theater, service clubs, honor societies, and social clubs.
Superintendent of Schools
Dr. Marty Lexmond