Our District

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Mission: To educate all students to be college, career and community ready inspired to succeed in our diverse world.

The Green Bay Area Public School District is located in Northeast Wisconsin and with more than 19,000 students is the fourth largest public school district in the state. With 42 schools and many wonderful pathways, the Green Bay Area Public School District has a school or program that is a great fit for every child. Learn more about our schools by visiting their websites.

Founded in 1856 with the first city-built school known as the Sale School, the Green Bay Area Public School District is more than 150 years old. Our District is rich in traditions from the 100 year-old East and West high schools' football rivalry to the home of City Stadium (the original football field of the Green Bay Packers).

In order to achieve our mission, the District offers a variety of programming to meet the needs of all students. 


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Communities Served

City of Green Bay, Village of Allouez, Village of Bellevue, Town of Scott, Parts of Ledgeview, Eaton and Humboldt. (Brown County)

Land Acknowledgement Statement

We, the members of the Green Bay Area Public School District, recognize and honor the original inhabitants of Northeast Wisconsin. Our district lives, works and learns upon the ancestral homelands of the Menominee and Ho-Chunk Nations, and the current homeland of Oneida Nation. We acknowledge the 12 diverse and vibrant Wisconsin First Nations, who have persevered here since before recorded time, and continue to be integral parts of our community. We uphold our responsibility to repair relationships, initiate partnerships, and stand with all First Nations communities. (Adopted May 2022)

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