Chilton School Information
Chilton K-12 Public Schools
Chilton Area School District
Superintendent: Dr. Susan Kaphingst
Board of Education consists of five elected members.
Chilton Area High School
Principal: Ty Breitlow
530 W. Main Street, Chilton
Enrollment: 385 in grades 9-12
Chilton High School is a comprehensive four-year high school with a commitment toward academic and co-curricular excellence. Each student establishes an Individual Learning Plan with his/her academic advisors, which is tailored to prepare them for career and college readiness. Unique to Chilton High School students are the myriad scholarship opportunities made available to students by Chilton and surrounding communities, including, for those who are planning to attend a four-year college, the Theodore Baker Memorial Scholarship. The Theodore Baker Memorial Scholarship is a $1,000-$1,500 renewable scholarship that is awarded to any student who meets the eligibility requirements and who enrolls at a school in the University of Wisconsin system campus and meets grade point criteria.
Chilton Middle School
Principal: Matt Kiel
421 Court Street, Chilton
Enrollment: 353 in grades 5-8
The Chilton Middle School will provide students with a variety of developmentally appropriate learning experiences that will promote intellectual, physical, moral, and social-emotional growth in a safe learning environment. The staff is dedicated to ensure the academic growth of each student by providing for individual differences. Our staff will create a learning community that challenges students to assume responsibility for their own behavior and enhances their self-image. Our staff is committed to providing for student success in a supportive and caring environment, while focusing on each student as a lifelong learner.
Chilton Elementary School
Principal: Pam Schuster
421 Court Street, Chilton
Enrollment: 479 in grades 4K-4
The Chilton Elementary School consists of 4 year-old kindergarten through grade 4. Chilton Elementary School makes every effort to meet the unique potential of each child socially, emotionally, physically and academically. The school goal is to teach students in a safe and positive environment. The education experiences are based on recognition of individual differences and strive to develop academic mastery of skills, creative expression, original thinking and problem solving skills. Elementary students are encouraged to participate in a variety of positive opportunities, such as Family Reading Nights, Early Riser Readers, Read Around the School Night, Author’s Night and Family Math Night, which involves them and their families. Fun activity days also take place throughout the school year.
Chilton K-12 Private Schools
Chilton Area Catholic School
Tuition (2017-2018): $1,900 - Grades 5K-8, tuition cap of $4,759 for families with three or more children enrolled. The early childhood tuition depends on the selection of the 3 or 5 day offerings. It is as follows: 3K - 3 Days: $1045.00 3K & 4K - 5 Days: $1245.00 CACS also offers before and after school care programs, as well as an extended day program for the early childhood children.
9-Member Board of Education CACS Pride Team
The Chilton Area Catholic School mission is to educate the whole person, mind, body and soul following the life and teachings of Jesus Christ and the Catholic Church. Learning is accomplished through a planned curriculum, based on the individual needs of each student. CACS is accredited by WI Religious & Independent Schools and is a member of the National Catholic Education Association
Trinity Lutheran School
Founded in 1876, Trinity Lutheran School provides a Christ-centered learning environment for 3-4 yr. old Preschool-Eighth Grade. The school is dedicated to academic excellence empowered by the Holy Spirit in an atmosphere of living support and concern for the individual child. In addition, Trinity Lutheran also offers an onsite daycare center. For information on the daycare, call 853-7142.
Happy Hour Nursery School
Chilton’s Happy Hour Nursery School Inc. is state certified and provides three and four-year-old children the socialization and educational building blocks to take successful steps to elementary school. HHNS is a parent cooperative school where families are involved in setting curriculum and in the decision-making process. Classes are from September through May. For more information about the program, please contact HHNS at 920-809-5377
Chilton Area Colleges
Fox Valley Technical College
The Chilton Regional Center offers a variety of services and courses designed to meet your continuing education needs. We also have rooms available to businesses to rent for training or other business purposes. Contact FVTC Chilton for information about our programs and classes.