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Burlington Area Schools
Burlington educates more than 4,000 students in ten high-achieving facilities. Burlington schools are nationally recognized for excellence in education, and a full spectrum of schools are available for students at each level. Burlington is home to quality public schools as well as parochial schools and the area's technical college. Catholic Central High School is renowned for its 100% graduation rate, and the school is also recognized for highly-successful sports programs that produce many state championship teams. And in Burlington, students are offered unique learning opportunities you won't find anywhere else. For example, Burlington High School's program with Memorial Hospital offers students the chance to experience hands on medical training. Burlington's Community Learning Campus brings together Gateway Technical School, Aurora Wellness Center, YMCA Camp MacLean, and Burlington High School to offer an additional educational venue in the community.



 Grade Levels


Burlington High School 
400 McCanna Parkway

Catholic Central High School
148 McHenry Street

Cooper Elementary
249 Conkey Street

Dyer Intermediate
Middle School
201 S. Kendrick Avenue

Karcher Middle School
225 Robert Street

Lyons Elementary
1622 Mill Street

St. Charles Catholic School
449 Conkey Street

St. John's Lutheran School
198 Westridge Avenue

St. Mary's Catholic School
225 W. State Street

Waller Elementary
195 Gardner Avenue

Winkler Elementary
34150 Fulton Street


Higher Education

Higher education is available at a host of campuses within a short drive of Burlington. Approximately 18 colleges and technical institutes are within a two hour drive of the community, including Alverno College, Cardinal Stritch College, Carroll College, Carthage College, Columbia College of Nursing, Concordia University, Marquette University, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, Milwaukee School of Engineering, Mount Mary College, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, University of Wisconsin-Madison, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Wisconsin Lutheran College and Gateway Technical Colleges in Burlington, Kenosha, Racine and Elkhorn.