• Why Choose the Northern Ozaukee School District 


                                           

    The Northern Ozaukee School District has a central campus consisting of students in grades 4K-12th. The district provides many unique opportunities for students academically, socially, and emotionally. Families choose NOSD based on a safe educational climate, strong community support and involvement,  rigorous academic expectations for all students, high graduation standards, small class sizes, full-day 4K program, and a family-oriented staff that cares about all students.

    It's an Important Decision

    Where your child attends school is a very important decision for your family. NOSD offers unique learning environments for all of our students. From our play-based, all-day 4K program to our on-line hybrid classes at Ozaukee High School, we strive to meet the needs of all of our students. We encourage you and your family to contact us today to schedule a visit to learn more about what NOSD has to offer. Contact Ann Baumann at <a href="tel:1-262-692-2489">1-262-292-2489</a> ext 294  or abaumann@nosd.edu

    Student Registration Information

    Registration forms for the 2019-20 and 2020-21 school year are available from all NOSD school offices. If you have further questions or would like more information, please contact Ann Baumann, our NOSD enrollment coordinator at   262-692-2489 ext. 294 or abaumann@nosd.edu

    Open Enrollment Information

    Non-resident students will need to complete an application between February 1 and April 29 for the following school year. Applications may be found on the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction enrollment site.

    Non-resident families who miss the April 29th open enrollment deadline will need to complete an alternative application after July 1st. 

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  • The mission of the Northern Ozaukee School District is to educate young men and women to develop strong character and prepare them for the future.