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There are 82 blue ribbon public schools in Wisconsin, serving 32,436 students.
These schools have been recognized by the Department of Education for achieving superior standards of academic excellence, Read more about this national school awards program and how blue ribbon schools work.
Minority enrollment is 24% of the student body (majority Black and Hispanic), which is less than the Wisconsin state average of 28%. The student:teacher ratio of 16:1 is equal to the state average of 16:1.

Wisconsin Blue Ribbon Public Schools

  • School Location Students Year
  • Milwaukee Alcott Elementary School
    365 students | Year:  20043563 South 97th St
    MilwaukeeWI 53228
    (414)604-7400
    3652004
  • Allenton Allenton Elementary School
    364 students | Year:  2010228 Weis St
    AllentonWI 53002
    (262)629-5546
    3642010
  • Arena Arena Elementary School
    126 students | Year:  2012314 Willow St
    ArenaWI 53503
    (608)753-2361
    1262012
  • Milwaukee Barton Elementary School
    401 students | Year:  20035700 West Green Tree Rd
    MilwaukeeWI 53223
    (414)393-3900
    4012003
  • Green Bay Beaumont Elementary School
    321 students | Year:  20111505 Gatewood St
    Green BayWI 54304
    (920)492-2690
    3212011
  • Kenosha Brompton School
    Charter School
    216 students | Year:  20108518 22nd Ave
    KenoshaWI 53143
    (262)359-2191
    2162010
  • Milwaukee Brown Street Academy
    318 students | Year:  20052029 North 20th St
    MilwaukeeWI 53205
    (414)935-3100
    3182005
  • Butternut Butternut Elementary School
    97 students | Year:  2005312 West Wisconsin St
    ButternutWI 54514
    (715)769-3434
    972005
  • Cedarburg Cedarburg High School
    1141 students | Year:  2014W68n611 Evergreen Blvd
    CedarburgWI 53012
    (262)376-6200
    11412014
  • Clayton Clayton Elementary School
    216 students | Year:  2006236 Polk Ave West
    ClaytonWI 54004
    (715)948-2163
    2162006
  • Milwaukee Clement Avenue Elementary School
    472 students | Year:  20043666 South Clement Ave
    MilwaukeeWI 53207
    (414)294-1500
    4722004
  • Cornell Cornell Elementary School
    202 students | Year:  2010111 South 4th St
    CornellWI 54732
    (715)239-6577
    2022010
  • Muskego Country Meadows Elementary School
    291 students | Year:  2013S75w16399 Hilltop Dr
    MuskegoWI 53150
    (262)971-1815
    2912013
  • Germantown County Line Elementary School
    511 students | Year:  2009W159n9939 Butternut Rd
    GermantownWI 53022
    (262)253-3465
    5112009
  • Cuba City Cuba City High School
    234 students | Year:  2007101 North School St
    Cuba CityWI 53807
    (608)744-8888
    2342007
  • Richland Center Doudna Elementary School
    396 students | Year:  20121990 Bohmann Dr
    Richland CenterWI 53581
    (608)647-8971
    3962012
  • Appleton Einstein Middle School
    528 students | Year:  2008324 East Florida Ave
    AppletonWI 54911
    (920)832-6240
    5282008
  • New Berlin Eisenhower Middle/high High School
    1217 students | Year:  20064333 South Sunnyslope Rd
    New BerlinWI 53151
    (262)789-6300
    12172006
  • Milwaukee Elm Dale Elementary School
    539 students | Year:  20085300 South Honey Creek Dr
    MilwaukeeWI 53221
    (414)281-7100
    5392008
  • Endeavor Endeavor Elementary School
    100 students | Year:  2015414 Church St
    EndeavorWI 53930
    (608)587-2625
    1002015
  • Evansville Evansville High School
    1 Negative Reviews
    512 students | Year:  2006640 South 5th St
    EvansvilleWI 53536
    (608)882-4600
    5122006
  • Fennimore Fennimore Elementary School
    458 students | Year:  2014830 Madison St
    FennimoreWI 53809
    (608)822-3285
    4582014
  • Milwaukee Garland Elementary School
    450 students | Year:  20063120 West Green Ave
    MilwaukeeWI 53221
    (414)304-6500
    4502006
  • Beloit Gaston Elementary School
    473 students | Year:  2011610 Mckinley Ave
    BeloitWI 53511
    (608)361-2305
    4732011
  • Grafton Grafton Elementary School
    330 students | Year:  20131800 Washington St
    GraftonWI 53024
    (262)376-5700
    3302013
  • Mequon Homestead High School
    1302 students | Year:  20045000 West Mequon Rd
    MequonWI 53092
    (262)238-5646
    13022004
  • Green Bay Howard Elementary School
    297 students | Year:  2015631 West Idlewild Ct
    Green BayWI 54303
    (920)662-9700
    2972015
  • Green Bay Jackson Elementary School
    389 students | Year:  20061306 South Ridge Rd
    Green BayWI 54304
    (920)492-2620
    3892006
  • Stevens Point Jefferson School For The Arts
    292 students | Year:  20041800 East Ave
    Stevens PointWI 54481
    (715)345-5418
    2922004
  • Racine Jerstad-agerholm Elementary School
    341 students | Year:  20123535 La Salle St
    RacineWI 53402
    (262)664-6050
    3412012
  • Janesville Kennedy Elementary School
    384 students | Year:  20113901 Randolph Rd
    JanesvilleWI 53546
    (608)743-7500
    3842011
  • Kohler Kohler High School
    192 students | Year:  2013333 Upper Rd
    KohlerWI 53044
    (920)803-7201
    1922013
  • Mequon Lake Shore Middle School
    411 students | Year:  201511036 North Range Line Rd
    MequonWI 53092
    (262)238-7613
    4112015
  • Fond Du Lac Lakeshore Elementary School
    444 students | Year:  2014706 Prairie Rd
    Fond Du LacWI 54935
    (920)929-2901
    4442014
  • Beaver Dam Lincoln Elementary School
    230 students | Year:  2010210 Gould St
    Beaver DamWI 53916
    (920)885-7396
    2302010
  • Show 47 more Blue Ribbon public schools in Wisconsin
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