Attend an Information Session
Applicants are strongly encouraged to attend one of our enrollment information meetings
Be sure to check out our focus areas and learn about any requirements for the concentration you wish to pursue
If you are a 10th, 11th, or 12th grade student, note special enrollment requirements*
For mid-year transfer from another Kettle Moraine high school (KMHS Legacy, KM Connect, KM Global, HS2), there are special requirements noted in our school guide.
1st round applications closed at noon on Friday, January 20th. District residents or students currently attending a district school will receive their acceptance by Monday.
Applications will reopen on Monday, January 23. There will be a wait-list for visual art focus.
The enrollment application window for the 2023-2024 school year is open now for early applications. Anyone can apply at this time.
Applications for district residents and students currently attending a KM school are considered between now and January 20th at noon. Residents will be notified shortly after that application.
Applications will re-open the week of January 24th for Open Enrollment applications and resident wait-list applications.
Prepare for your interview. A teacher in your chosen focus area will reach out to you to schedule an interview. You will be asked to bring or prepare different material for different focus areas. Information for each focus is listed below. While there are no auditions for KM Perform, the interview allows you to meet a mentor in your focus, get questions answered, and help you confirm sure this is the right fit. The interview also helps us place you in your first writing, art, music, or theatre courses and seminars based on your experience level.
Most students will interview after submitting the application. You do not need to have the interview completed in order to submit an application. Mentors will contact students throughout the spring to set up interviews.
Please check the Interview Tab on this page to view interview requirements.
All students interview as part of the application process. This is NOT an audition. The interview allows you to meet a mentor in your focus, get your questions answered, and help you confirm that this is the right fit. This also helps us place you in your first writing, art, music, or theatre courses and seminars based on your experience level.
You will be asked to bring or prepare different materials for different focus areas. Information for each focus is listed below.