Celebrating 172 Years of Catholic Education in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee!

Catholic schools offer a unique blend of faith and education. At any of the 110 Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, children are prepared for future success, and are shaped to lead a Christ-centered life. Learn more about the benefits of Catholic education! Click here to find a school near you.


Archdiocese of Milwaukee Elementary School Curriculum

Click here to read the curriculum


Information about Common Core State Standards for Archdiocese of Milwaukee
Click here to read the documents


Please wait while we gather your results.

To Teach as Jesus Did:

Dr. Kathleen Cepelka

Lent 2014: Choose Life

These bleak winter months have tested even the most resilient spirits. Since the end of the Christmas season, the Ordinary Time of the Church Year has felt quite extraordinary to everyone in the 10 counties of our archdiocese who’s had to battle the constant rotation of snow, cold, ice, and danger that’s filled our nights and days.


Vision 2014

By Kathleen Cepelka, Superintendent of Catholic Schools

The following ten challenges for our Archdiocesan schools are also, in many individual cases, our major blessings. As both challenges and blessings, they form a vision for Catholic education that, I believe, can be ours to strive for and to cherish:

Continue reading the Vision 2014


Catholic School FAQs

Q: Our family is not practicing the Catholic faith, but we want to send our children to a Catholic school. Are we welcome?

A: Catholic schools have a rich tradition of welcoming and educating all students. Children of all traditions are welcome in Archdiocese of Milwaukee Catholic schools. Approximately 10.8% of elementary students are non-Catholic, and 22.4% of high school students are non-Catholic.

Find the answers to more frequently asked questions.

© 2014 - Archdiocese of Milwaukee | 3501 S. Lake Dr., Milwaukee, WI 53207