Welcome to the Mequon-Thiensville School District! Our district serves students in grades 4K-12 in the communities of Mequon and Thiensville, north shore suburbs of Milwaukee that embrace world-class learning opportunities with rich arts, athletic and extracurricular opportunities for students.
The following information provide answers to frequently asked questions regarding enrolling in MTSD. If you have any additional questions, please contact the office of student services at 262-238-8510 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- What school will my child attend?
- Can I visit my child's school?
- How do I enroll my child?
- What are school start and end times?
- Are before and after school care programs offered?
- Where can I learn more about bus transportation?
- Can I enroll my child if I am not a resident?
The Mequon-Thiensville School District serves the residents of the City of Mequon and Village of Thiensville. Our district consists of three elementary schools serving students in 4K-5th grade, two middle schools serving students in 6th-8th grade, and one high school serving students in 9th-12th grade. If your child will be enrolled in 4K-8th grade, please see our attendance maps to learn in which elementary or middle school attendance zone you reside. All students in 9th-12th grade attend Homestead High school. If you have any questions or require assistance, please contact the student services office at 262-238-8510.
There is no better way to get a sense of a school, its culture and learning environment than by visiting. We invite prospective families to visit their child's home school meet staff members, take a tour, and ask any questions. Please contact the school directly to arrange a visit at a convenient time.
- Donges Bay Elementary
- Oriole Lane Elementary
- Wilson Elementary
- Lake Shore Middle
- Steffen Middle
- Homestead High
There are three steps required to enroll a new student at any grade level.
Begin the enrollment process by providing documentation of your City of Mequon or Village of Thiensville residency to your child's school office.
If you are a resident of Mequon or Thiensville and your child lives with you, the following documents can be used to establish residency. Utility bills are not accepted as legitimate documents.
- If you rent: A signed copy of your rental agreement.
- If you own or are buying your home, a copy of your real estate tax bill; if you recently purchased a home in Mequon or Thiensville, a copy of the closing statement.
- Your child/children's original certified birth certificate or passport. Photocopies are not accepted.
Please see Residency Requirements for more information.
If you have a child enrolling in grades 9-12, you will also need to provide an official transcript from your child's previous school.
If any person other than a natural parent has custody of a child, proof of legal custody or guardianship must also be provided before the child may be enrolled.
Questions? Call the student services office at 262-238-8510.
Registration day will be held at all schools on Thursday, August 9. School pictures are taken during registration day. Students in middle school and high school will also receive their class schedules and locker assignments. Parents may also pay student fees, speak with transportation and food service representatives, and connect with Parent-Teacher Organizations and Parent-Teacher-Student Organizations (PTOs/PTSOs). Schools will send additional information to returning families as this date approaches.
Kids’ Campus is a Before and After School Program offered by the Mequon-Thiensville School District and Recreation Department. Kids’ Campus is available for children in 4K through 5th grade. Programs are conveniently located at Donges Bay, Oriole Lane, and Wilson elementary schools to ensure a smooth transition between the school day and before and after school care.
The Mequon-Thiensville School District participates in the Wisconsin Interdistrict Open Enrollment Program, which allows parents to apply for their children to attend school districts other than the one in which they reside. Wisconsin residents in kindergarten through grade 12 may apply to participate in the Open Enrollment program. Parents must submit an application form to nonresident school districts during a window of time that generally begins with the first full week in February and runs through the last week in April. (Please visit the Department of Public Instruction website for exact dates and times.) Each year the MTSD Board of Education meets to determine whether seats will be available and, if so, which grade levels will have openings. If there are more applicants than there are seats available, we engage in a computerized random selection process to determine accepted applicants.
Please read more about enrolling nonresident students.