Schools & Universities

The School District of Milton is invested in providing students with the best education we can offer through a strong 4K-12 scope and sequence of curriculum, purposeful and differentiated instructional practices and a balanced system of formative, summative and benchmark assessment. Our curriculum, developed to align with the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), College and Career Readiness Standards (CCRS) and Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), provides students with daily learning targets and course/subject/grade level essential learning outcomes to ensure that students are learning the necessary content and developing the necessary skills to meet grade level benchmarks on their road towards academic success. Our instructional practices are designed to adjust for the needs of all learners through data-driven differentiation, technology integration, and Response to Intervention (RtI). We understand that not all students learn the same way or progress at the same rate, so we worked hard to provide multiple pathways for students to find success and growth in each year of their education. Throughout the learning process, we use multiple types of assessments to measure students; growth and progress. We share these assessments through different avenues including standardized and screening test results reports, report cards, and formal/informal conferences with students and parents.


Education Milton, WI United States
School Expend. $10.693 $12,383
Pupil/Teacher Ratio 16.6 16.8
2 yr College Grad. 16.7% 7.70%
4 yr College Grad. 22.5% 17.78%
Graduate Degrees 5.5% 7.43%
High School Grads. 91.89% 84.72%

*Information from Sperling's Best Places.


Milton School District

Rock County is home to eight K-12 school districts and a Career & Technical Academy, which represents a consortium of regional K-12 districts. For additional statewide K-12 information, please visit the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction online.

Additionally, the County is the host site for the Wisconsin School for the Visually Handicapped.

Delavan Wisconsin is the home of the Wisconsin School for the Deaf


Higher Education

From a higher education standpoint, Rock County is fortunate to have a wide array of local and regional offerings. From Associate to Bachelor Degrees and advanced programming, Rock County can meet your needs. These institutions provide demand-driven certifications, as well as customized solutions training solutions.



Local & Regional Higher Education