Oshkosh Area School District

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Oshkosh Area School District
Oshkosh Area School District Logo.png
Oshkosh, Wisconsin
 United States
District information
Type Public School District
Grades K4 - 12
President Steve Dedow
Superintendent Stan F. Mack II
Schools Elementary: 15
Middle: 5
High: 2
Charter: 1
Students and staff
Students over 10,000
Staff 1422
Athletic conference Fox Valley Association
Other information
Website www.oshkosh.k12.wi.us

Oshkosh Area School District is a school district located in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. It has about 11,000 students and operates 15 elementary schools, five middle schools, two high schools, and one charter school housed within the Perry Tipler Middle School building. the district is governed by a seven-person Board of Education which is elected at large for three-year terms, as well as a superintendent of schools. The current board president is Steve Dedow, and the current superintendent is Stan F. Mack II.


High schools[edit]

Middle schools[edit]

  • Merrill Middle School
  • South Park Middle School
  • Perry Tipler Middle School
  • Carl Traeger Middle School
  • Webster Stanley Middle School

Elementary schools[edit]

  • Carl Traeger Elementary School
  • Emmeline Cook Elementary School
  • Franklin Elementary School
  • Green Meadow Elementary School
  • Jefferson Elementary School
  • Lakeside Elementary School
  • Merrill Elementary School
  • Oaklawn Elementary School
  • Oakwood Environmental Education Charter School
  • Read Elementary School
  • Roosevelt Elementary School
  • Jacob Shapiro Elementary School
  • Smith Elementary School
  • Washington Elementary School
  • Webster Stanley Elementary School

Charter schools[edit]

  • ALPs Charter School

Former schools[edit]

Oshkosh East High School was an alternative high school in Oshkosh. Established in 2004, it was located in a leased building on Washington Avenue that also housed the Journeys Charter School.[1] The school had about 80 enrolled students; together with its related New Start program, it served about 100 students. The school was the subject of some controversy because of its low graduation rate.[2] The school had about ten staff members. It was closed in June 2010 amid public concern over increased class sizes at North and West high schools and proposals to consolidate middle and elementary schools in the district due to financial troubles.[3]


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