The Northern Ozaukee School District does not discriminate against pupils on the basis of gender; race; color; national origin; ancestry; creed; pregnancy; marital or parental status; sexual orientation; or physical, mental, emotional, or learning disability or handicap in its education programs or activities. Federal law prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of age, race, color, national origin, gender, handicap, or religion.
Northern Ozaukee School District is highly committed to the continual improvement of student learning and achievement for every student. The district provides high-quality education in a small school environment, which allows the faculty to embrace a belief that we know, value, and appreciate the uniqueness of every child. We have a passion for student learning.
Every community member demonstrates a high regard for self, others, and property.
Every community member has the desire and courage to do the right thing unconditionally.
Every community member acknowledges and acts on the needs of the community and is accountable for continual improvement.
Every community member compassionately responds to the feelings, situations, and motives of others.
The district encompasses 36 square miles of suburban and rural areas located approximately 30 miles north of the greater Milwaukee area. The communities served by the district include the Village of Fredonia, Town of Fredonia, Town of Belgium, and Town of Saukville. The district has approximately 750 students enrolled in preschool through the twelfth grade at Ozaukee Elementary School, Ozaukee Middle School, and Ozaukee High School, located on a central campus in Fredonia. In addition, the district also serves approximately 900 students through Wisconsin Virtual Learning, Inc.