Parish 262-673-4831 School 262-673-3081

Enlightened by Faith, Enriched by Education

Choice Program (WPCP)

St. Kilian School applied to join the Wisconsin Parental Choice Program (WPCP) for the 2018-2019 school year. Students, who would like to attend St. Kilian without the financial means to do so, may apply to the WPCP between February 1st through April 20th.

Requirements for the program include:
  • Residential: Students must live in Wisconsin
  • Enrollment:  Students may enroll in any grade if they were enrolled in a public school the previous year; if they did not attend school during the previous year; if they will enroll in 4K, 5K, or 1st grade during the 2018-2019 school year. Current students at St. Kilian School may only apply if they will be entering 4K, 5K, or 1st grade. Current 8th grade students, who meet these requirements may apply for Catholic High Schools, who participate in the Wisconsin Parental Choice Program.
  • Financial: The financial requirement depends on parent income, as well as the number in the household. Parents who are married may add an additional $7,000 to their income max. For details on the income limits, please click here.
Being part of the WPCP allows us to meet the mission of the school: to allow us to provide the foundations of the Catholic faith and education to all students who wish to join the St. Kilian family. 
A quick information sheet can be found here. Please contact me with any questions at 262.673.3081 x116 or
Blessings to all as we enter into the new year!
Mrs. Trimberger

Choice Directions

  1. To apply to the Choice Program for your student(s), please go to

  2. Program and Residency Information links will explain specific steps and/or information required of the parent during the application process.

  3. Click here to go straight to the student application. 


  • If you are unsure of which Income Verification Method to choose (DOR or DPI), we highly encourage you to choose the DPI method.
  • If you choose the DOR method, you may not continue or reapply, if the findings show you are ineligible for the Choice Program using information obtained from 2017 and/or 2018 tax returns.
    • You may not appeal the DOR determiniation.
    • If you have not filed your taxes for 2018, the DOR will revert back to 2017 information.