The Wisconsin Seal of Biliteracy (SBL) is awarded to graduating high school students in districts with a Department of Public Instruction-approved program, who have demonstrated advanced achievement in in bilingualism, biliteracy, and sociocultural competence in two or more languages.
Digital Seal of Biliteracy Certificates Endorsed by State Superintendent
A student who meets Wisconsin Seal of Biliteracy Program completion criteria is eligible for a Seal of Biliteracy certificate from the State Superintendent of Public Instruction. Coordinators, in schools with DPI-approved SBL programs, can generate a digital certificate for student distribution by accessing the Seal of Biliteracy state-certified credentials application through WISEhome. Thank you for supporting language, intercultural and global learning in your school community!
School Communities/Districts Authorized to Implement the Wisconsin Seal of Biliteracy
- Green Bay
- La Crosse
- Menasha Joint
- Middleton Cross Plains
- Milwaukee Public Schools
- Sheboygan Falls
Districts implementing the Wisconsin Seal of Biliteracy Program may also have an interest in promoting global learning through the Global Scholars Program.