Welcome to the Counselor’s Corner!  This page is dedicated to information pertaining to full time eSchool students.

eSchool Counselor: Ms. Kim Gorman



Attention;  MAPs Testing May 1st-3rd

Please refer to the letter that was sent for times and grades that are required to take the exam.

The MAP’s test is a computer-adaptive assessment tool that is used in KUSD to monitor student growth and identify academic development over time. The computerized test is required by the District as a “benchmark” assessment. (10th graders will be completing the reading and math for the MAPS assessment & social studies for the Wisconsin Forward assessment )


Attention;  ACT Aspire Testing May 9th-10th

Please refer to the letter that was sent for times and grades that are required to take the exam.

The ACT Aspire is a benchmarked, standards-based system of assessment in writing, reading, English, mathematics, and science. The district will utilize the score reports to highlight individual student progress towards College Readiness standards and benchmarks.


Informational Letter “Career and  College Planning–Grades 9 -12 “   


Senior Year information:

Senior Year, Graduating and Choosing a College or Career


Laude Graduation Program

All full time eSchool seniors (non-ITED) may participate in the eSchool laude program for academic achievement recognition at graduation. The laude requirements are based on the weighted GPA and a number of volunteer/ community service hours. The service hours will need to be submitted using the laude service log. Please see your counselor if you have any questions.


Attention: All KUSD students are required to pass the civics exam in order to graduate (please read “Civics Exam” )


Kenosha eSchool High School

 School Profile

Course Offerings


Student Opportunities

Gateway College Offers:

 High School CNC Boot Camp


Community Service Hours Form

All KUSD students are required to complete 10 hours of documented community service in order to earn their diploma.  Please contact Mrs. Gorman if you have questions.

Youth Options 2015-2016

All Kenosha Unified Juniors and Seniors interested in learning more about the Youth Options Program are invited to attend a Spring presentation. This presentation will be held on Thursday, February 4th at the Indian Trail High School Auditorium, 6800-60th Street, from 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Counselors from KUSD high schools and representatives from Gateway Technical College, the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, and Carthage College will share course information to eligible KUSD students, and also work with parents and students so that they understand the policies, procedures and paperwork required for taking Youth Options courses.

For more information see your counselor or visit the Youth Options website at

High School Course Registration Form for 2016-2017 School Year (Current, Full Time eSchool Students)

High School Courses

The Kenosha eSchool offers courses that cover multiple subject areas to fulfill high school graduation requirements. You may find credit information and course descriptions for these and other district courses by viewing the KUSD Course Catalog or the Wisconsin eSchool Network Course Catalog.

If you are active in sports at your boundary school, please reference the NCAA guidelines and requirements as you choose your courses.  NCAA Requirements

Where Are They Now?

Students who graduate with Kenosha eSchool have gone on to join the workforce, enlist in the military, enroll in vocational/tech school or a college/university.    Here are some of the schools eSchool Alumni have or are currently attending:

  • University of Wisconsin Parkside
  • Carthage College
  • University of Wisconsin Green Bay
  • University of Wisconsin (Madison)
  • University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
  • University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
  • Gateway Techincal College
  • Herzing University