Viroqua Area School District
In a 1994 referendum approval vote, the Viroqua residents authorized the building of a new Elementary School. Completed in 1995, the Grade School represents the completion of a project to replace all district schools in operation at the time of the 1946 Centennial Anniversary of Viroqua. The Middle School in Viroqua adjoins the High School and thus makes the transition from elementary to high school much easier than it would be with separate facilities. The Middle School is a fully functional separate entity and has an award winning “Odyssey of the Mind” program which motivates and stimulates the best from the students. Planning and preparing the students for high school and the future is what the Viroqua Middle School is all about!
Along with the Viroqua High School’s full curriculum, there is also a charter school called Laurel High School. Laurel also operates as a separate entity holding classes at the WWTC Viroqua Campus facility. Through an interview process, students are selected to attend the charter school. There are no more than 15 students in the school during a school year. Highly motivated and independent, the students range from freshmen to seniors.