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

Enlightened by Faith, Enriched by Education

Choose St. Kilian?

Welcome to the St. Kilian School website!

Our school offers a rigorous, faith-based educational opportunity for every child. Our dedicated staff works hard to ensure that students receive challenging instruction that meets the diverse needs of each class. Beyond the core classes, students also receive instruction in Art, Music, Physical Education, Spanish, and Technology.

In addition, St. Kilian School offers extra-curricular activities to strengthen our students' skills and confidence in their abilities outside the classroom. Most importantly, every class, activity, and gathering involves a faith-formation experience for everyone involved. 

I look forward to hearing from you with questions and/or comments regarding our school and website. Good luck as you search to find the best school that fits your family's needs. I hope that St. Kilian School tops your list!



Jenny Trimberger


St. Kilian School offers a multitude of opportunities for our students and the St. Kilian community.
Click the picture below to hear why our students and staff like St. Kilian School!



Call today for a tour

Contact our principal, Jenny Trimberger, for more information on our school, or if you have any questions, (262) 673-3081 x116.


Registrations for the upcoming school year are accepted now through the end of August.  Registration during the school year is also possible.  Please contact our school principal at 262-673-3081 (ext 116) to set up an appointment.  Below is the registration form for new students.  If you would like to enroll your child, please complete the form online or print and return it to the school office.


Every attempt is made to keep class sizes at an optimum number to maximize individual student/teacher time.  Our current average class size is around 10 students.  Below are the guidelines that we use for class sizes.

Class Size Guidelines:

Grade Level -  Number of Students
3K/4K - 16 (exceptions may be made)
5K through 3rd Grade - 20 (26 with a classroom aide)
4th through 8th Grade - 24 (36 with a classroom aide)

While we use the above guidelines, classes may be slightly larger or smaller depending on enrollment trends.