The Green Bay Area Public School District is an exciting place for students to learn and grow. With 41 schools
and a variety of exciting programming, the District’s educational opportunities
are as unique as your child.
The following videos highlight students who have pursued their own unique pathways in Green Bay Area Public Schools.
Our Graduates are Going Places
Check out this map
to view the various colleges and universities our students are currently or have attended since 2012.
Points of Distinction
- Northeast Wisconsin Manufacturing Alliance honored the Green Bay Area Public School District with the 2015 Education Innovation Award.
- Southwest High School’s Choral Music Director Brandon Rockstroh was named a Golden Apple winner for 2016. Rockstroh is the 88th District teacher to receive the honor.
- Dr. Rosa Minoka-Hill School received the President’s Award from Olde Main Street, Inc. in 2016.
- The Green Bay Area Public School District was recognized with NAMM’s (National Association of Music Merchants) 2015 Best Community for Music Education Award, an award that acknowledges schools and districts across the nation for their commitment to, and support of music education.
- Southwest High School was named one of America’s best high schools by U.S. News & World Report. Southwest received the silver category medal for being ranked in the top 10% nationally.
- The Fine Arts Institute at East High School was selected as a GRAMMY Signature Schools semifinalist for 2016. The GRAMMY Signature Schools program recognizes top U.S. public high schools that are making an outstanding commitment to music education.
- BRIDGES Construction & Renovation won the “City Builder Award” from NeighborWorks Green Bay.
- The annual East vs. West high school football game on September 18, 2015 was featured in the national Great American Rivalry Series. The oldest rivalry in Wisconsin, East and West have faced off under the Friday night lights 110 times.
- Leonardo da Vinci School for Gifted Learners received the Mayor’s City Beautification Award in 2014.
- Jefferson and Keller Elementary Schools were recognized as "Beating-the-Odds" schools by the Wisconsin DPI. The schools are in the top 25 percent of high-poverty schools in the state and have demonstrated above-average student achievement in reading and mathematics compared to similar schools.