Chilton, Wisconsin

Education is important to Chilton residents. The community has shown its support by backing school-building projects. Since 2000, all schools in the Chilton area--Chilton Public School, Chilton Area Catholic School and Fox Valley Technical College Regional Center—have completed new building and expansion projects.

Chilton Public Schools
   District Office and High School: 530 W. Main St., Chilton, WI 53014; (920) 849-8109 (district office); (920) 849-2358 (high school--Grades 9-12)

   Elementary and Middle School: 421 Court St., Chilton, WI 53014; (920) 849-9388 (elementary school--Grades Pre-K-4);  (920) 849-9152 (middle school--Grades 5-8)

Chilton Public Schools is a pre-kindergarten through 12th grade program. Chilton High School students who are planning to attend a four-year college may be eligible for the Theodore Baker Memorial Scholarship. This $1,000-$1,500 renewable scholarship is awarded to any student who enrolls at a University of Wisconsin campus and meets grade point criteria. 

Chilton Middle School provides students with a variety of developmentally appropriate learning experiences that will promote intellectual, physical, moral and social-emotional growth in a safe learning environment. The staff is dedicated to ensure the academic growth of each student by providing for individual differences. Our staff  creates a learning community that challenges students to assume responsibility for their own behavior and that enhances self-image.

Chilton Elementary School makes every effort to meet the unique potential of each child socially, emotional, physically and academically. The school's goal is to teach students in a safe and positive environment. Elementary students are encouraged to participate in a variety of positive opportunities such as Family Reading Nights, Early Riser Readers, Read Around the School Nigh, Author's Night and Family Math Night.

Chilton Area Catholic Schools
60 E. Washington St., Chilton, WI, 53014; (920) 849-4141;; e-mail (for principal Elisabeth Rollmann)

CACS is dedicated to the formation of the whole person: body, mind and spirit. The programs are permeated with the teaching of Jesus Christ and his church. Learning is accomplished through a planned curriculum, based on the individual needs of each student. CACS is accredidated by WI Religious and Independent Schools and is a member of the National Education Association. Enrollment: 131. CACS host classes for students in grades from three-year-old early childhood classes to eighth grade.

Trinity Lutheran School
N6081 W. River Rd., Hilbert, WI 54129, 920-853-3134,

Trinity Lutheran School offers a Christ-centered education for Preschool – 8th grade. The school is nationally accredited by the National Lutheran School Association.

As part of the ministry of Trinity Lutheran, the school has been in existence for over 75 years, striving to serve God by serving His children and their families. Trinity’s mission is to develop well rounded, lifetime learners who love their Lord. We offer a high quality educational program that balances the spiritual, academic, social, emotional, and physical need of each child.

Happy Hour Nursery School, Inc.
44 W. Washington St. Chilton, WI, 53014 (920) 849-4331

Since 1973, Chilton's Happy Hour Nursery School Inc. (HHNS) provides three and four-year-old preschool-aged children the socialization and educational building blocks needed in taking their first successful steps to elementary school. State certified, HHNS is a parent-cooperative school in which the families are involved in setting curriculum and in the decision-making process. Classes begin in early September and run through the end of May.

Fox Valley Technical College Regional Center
1200 E. Chestnut St., Chilton, WI 53014; (920) 849-4416;; e-mail:

Fox Valley Technical College, Chilton Regional Center provides an enhanced learning environment with eight classrooms, two computer labs, an interactive television, an internet based meeting channel, large seminar training room, a fire-rated industrial bay and student lounge.  The facility provides both community members and business and industry with expanded educational opportunities and facilities.

The services the Chilton Regional Center provide include:  GOAL/GED/HSED opportunities as well as testing, numerous courses in General Education, Emergency Medical Services and Nursing, Computer/Office Technology, Accounting, Agriculture/Horticulture, continuing education classes in real estate and childcare, as well as vocational classes for self-enrichment.  Certificates in American Management Association, and Small Business, and Office Technology.  Diploma programs in Nursing.  Customized training for Business and Industry as well as facility rental is also provided to assist in our economic development efforts.


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