At the elementary school level, the curriculum is rich in literacy, as the early years provide a foundation for learning that is critical for each student’s success in reading. We meet the reading needs of all students through high quality whole group and tailored small group instruction, as well as one-on-one support.

Students in middle school embark on college preparatory curriculum and continue their education in robust learning communities where they are provided world-class learning opportunities that are both rigorous and relevant. 

At nationally recognized Homestead High School, students may choose from an extensive array of courses, including college credit-earning Advanced Placement courses and honors courses. Homestead focuses on preparing students for the opportunities and challenges of the future.

We invite parents, students and community members to learn more about our rich curricular offerings. Build Your Own Curriculum is a curriculum information management system that provides immediate access to our PK-12 curriculum. Use this tool to view course descriptions, units, and learning expectations by grade level and content area.

Every course in the school district is available for review on BYOC, and all courses include a description and its units of study. As the district continues to maximize the power of BYOC, further information such as topics and learning targets will be identified in all courses. In addition, as existing curriculum is revised, alignment to the Common Core Standards and other state and national standards will be included.

The current information on BYOC was completed in fewer than three years, honoring the district's seven year curriculum revision cycle. Some courses have more details than others. Over the next few years, users can expect greater depth in the content provided.

Build Your Own Curriculum Frequently Asked Questions
Link to the Seven Year Curriculum Revision Cycle
  • Mequon-Thiensville School District
  • 5000 West Mequon Road Mequon, WI 53092
  • Phone: 262-238-8500 Fax: 262-238-8520