Resources and Support for Choice Schools
Find School Resources
School Choice Wisconsin supports Wisconsin choice schools through seminars, events, advocacy, and assistance with onboarding and compliance. Browse our school resources and if you don’t find what you need, contact us.
Choice Schools Map
Use our interactive map to find other choice schools in your area.
School Choice Seminars
Access seminars on topics such as EANS funding, school audits, and more.
School Stimulus Money
Get our easy-to-understand chart of COVID stimulus packages.
Joining the School Choice Program
- Contact SCW: WE’RE HERE TO HELP
School Choice Wisconsin will be your go-to partner as you explore bringing the choice program to your school: [email protected] or 414-319-9160.
- Board Presentation: AT YOUR LOCATION
SCW staff is available to meet at your school to introduce the program and provide Q&A for your board.
- Stakeholder Meeting: AT YOUR LOCATION
Interested parents and community members can get their questions answered by school choice experts.
- Timeline: AT-A-GLANCE
This easy-to-use reference helps schools manage program deadlines during their first year.
- Onboarding: YOUR FIRST YEAR
SCW staff will coach you through a tool box of resources to ensure successful implementation.
- Training: REQUIRED TRAINING AND QUIZZES
Training is available for anyone who wishes to learn more about the private school choice programs and is a requirement for new choice administrators.
Professional Development Opportunities
FAQs for Schools
Department of Public Instruction (DPI)
If we are interested in getting more information about private school choice, should we notify the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI)?
Schools should register to receive more information from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction web form.
Must schools have a DPI-compliant Student Information System (SIS) in place to participate in school choice?
Yes. Schools participating in the MPCP, RPCP or WPCP must have in place a student information system (SIS) that complies with DPI reporting requirements for the state-issued private school report card.