Kettle Moraine High School is a comprehensive, four-year high school in the Kettle Moraine School District which serves the communities of Delafield, Dousman, Eagle, Genesee, North Prairie, Ottawa, Sullivan, Summit, and Wales. With an area of 90 square miles, the district is located 25 miles west of Milwaukee in the rolling hills of the Kettle Moraine.
The mission of Kettle Moraine High School is to educate students to become lifelong learners and productive members of the local and global community. Excellence will be promoted through a visionary curriculum, a dedicated and knowledgeable staff, and dynamic school and community partnerships. The goal for all students is to graduate with the college and career readiness skills necessary to compete in the local, national and international market.
In order to provide students more choice in the way they learn, the Kettle Moraine High School Campus houses three public charter schools -- KM Global, KM Perform and the newest District charter school the High School of Health Sciences. Students will also discover additional learning pathways, like the Advanced Manufacturing Certificate program.
It is exciting that Kettle Moraine High School was again recognized by both Newsweek and The Washington Post, ranking us nationally among the best in the United States and the top 25 in the state. High student achievement continues to be a pillar of success for students at Kettle Moraine High School. The pass rate for Kettle Moraine High School Advanced Placement testing is 73 percent. The High School’s overall ACT college entrance exam composite score was above the state average at 23.8.
The high school, located in the Village of Wales, was constructed in 1965 with major additions opened in 1978, 1995, 1996, and 2003. Kettle Moraine High School is a 2001-2002 National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence. The school is accredited by the North Central Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges.