Educational Options in Wisconsin
Under Wisconsin’s compulsory school attendance law, pupils aged 6 through 18 are required to attend school regularly until the pupil graduates or until the end of the school term, quarter, or semester in which the pupil turns 18. Full-time attendance in a public school, private school, tribal school or home-based private educational program satisfies the compulsory school attendance requirement. A pupil may be enrolled in only one of these educational entities: dual enrollment is not permitted. There may be additional attendance options available; specific options depend on the pupil’s full-time enrollment. For additional information, please review the Education Options in Wisconsin document.