Seymour Community School District welcomes you to our web site. We invite you to browse our site and learn more about us. You may choose the bar above to browse each individual school building, and the links to the left for more detailed information about programs and departments.
The Seymour Community School District was established in 1963 as a result of the consolidation of numerous rural schools. The district encompasses 175 square miles of land adjacent to the Fox River Valley Cities of Green Bay and Appleton. The boundary of the school district covers all or part of twelve municipalities in Northern Outagamie and Southern Shawano counties. The total population of these twelve governmental units being served by the district is approximately 17,000. The district's 4K through twelfth grade student population is approximately 2,500.
There are currently five schools that make up the Seymour School District; Rock Ledge Primary Center, Rock Ledge Intermediate Center, Seymour Middle School, Seymour High School and the Black Creek Elementary/Middle School. Our facilities also include a 27,000 square foot Athletic Center that seats over 1,800. The district has an Aquatic Center with an eight-lane competition pool, a zero depth activity pool and a diving well. Our 4,500 square foot Fitness Center features free weights, selectorized machines and cardiovascular equipment.