Racine is an urban community located on the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan in southeastern Wisconsin. The community has a strong arts population and supports museums, the Racine Symphony, the Racine Theatre Guild, and numerous arts and cultural events. The lakefront, the marina, and the downtown have become a hub of shops, dining and cultural events and are alive with renewal. With approximately 21,000 students, we are the fourth largest school district in the state of Wisconsin.
- 20 elementary schools, including 3 magnet schools and 1 year-round school
Bull Fine Arts magnet, Dr. Jones, Fratt, Giese, Gifford, Goodland, Janes Year-Round, Jefferson Lighthouse magnet, Jerstad-Agerholm, Julian Thomas, Knapp, Mitchell, North Park, Olympia Brown, Racine Early Education Center, Red Apple magnet, Roosevelt, Schulte, SC Johnson, Wadewitz and West Ridge
- 7 middle schools, including 1 magnet school and 1 charter school
Gilmore, Jerstad-Agerholm, McKinley, Mitchell, Starbuck, Walden III magnet, REAL charter and Keith R. Mack Alternative Program
- 6 high schools, including 1 magnet school and 1 charter school
Case, Horlick, Park, Walden III magnet, REAL charter and Keith R. Mack Alternative Program
Racine Unified features rigorous academics and strong programming in the fine arts, foreign language, career-to-work, physical education, technology and other electives. As a district, we are proud of our diversity and the success that we create for all of the students we serve and proud of our mission to "Educate Every Student to Succeed."