The Waupun Area School District is a comprehensive, public 4K-12 school district serving Waupun, Fox Lake, and the surrounding communities.

Here, students experience a variety of educational opportunities expected of quality schools, delivered by staff who value our close connection to the communities we serve.

The Waupun Area School District offers:

  1. Four-year-old kindergarten at four sites.

  2. Newly remodeled Meadow View Primary School for grade 4K-2 students.

  3. Renovated Rock River Intermediate School for grade 3-6 students.

  4. SAGES, our agricultural and environmental studies charter school in Fox Lake, for grade 4K-6 students, also newly renovated.

  5. Junior/Senior High School, a regional leader in Career Pathways!

Quick Facts 

  • Enrollment: 1,967 students in 2022-23 school year

  • Location: Waupun, Wisconsin is located 45 minutes north of Madison, WI and 20 minutes south of Fond du Lac, WI. 

The school district's geographic boundaries include the cities of Waupun and Fox Lake, and seven townships including Alto, Burnett, Chester, Fox Lake, Oakfield, Springvale, Trenton, Waupun, and Westford, and cover 242 square miles.

Meadow View Primary
506 Beaver Dam St
Waupun, WI 53963
Grades: Early Childhood programs plus Grades 4K-1st

Rock River Intermediate
451 East Spring Street
Waupun, WI 53963
Grades 2-6

School for Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (SAGES)
Charter School
200 S. Depot Street
Fox Lake, WI 53933
Grades 4K-6

Waupun Junior/Senior High School
801 Lincoln Street
Waupun, WI 53963
Grades 7-12

Employees: 6 central office administrators, 7 principals, 142 professional educators, and 92 support staff. 

Please contact us at 920•324•9341 if you would like more information about our district. 

The Waupun Area School District shall not discriminate in admission to any program or activity, standards and rules of behavior, disciplinary actions or facilities usage on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, age, national origin, ancestry, creed, pregnancy, marital or parental status, sexual orientation or physical, mental, emotional or learning disability in all matters concerning the public and individuals with whom the Board does business.