racine unified parent portal

by Osvaldo Streich Sr. 4 min read

How many schools are in Racine RUSD?

Racine Unified School District (RUSD) is the fifth largest school district in the state. We have two early learning centers, 16 elementary schools, one 6-8 middle school, three K-8 campuses, three comprehensive high schools, two 6-12 campuses and two community schools.

What is the parent portal for RUSD?

Riverside Unified School District Aeries Parent Portal Online Student Data Access System As part of our continuing efforts to provide information regarding your student’s progress and status, parents will be able to view information from our secure school database using the RUSD Parent Portal.

Who do I contact for questions about Infinite Campus Parent Portal?

For questions regarding Infinite Campus Parent Portal, please contact the School Data department at (262) 631-7078.


Virtual Schools

Opportunities for student success outside the traditional classroom through personal virtual coursework and mentorship.

Montessori Schools

Public Montessori schools are on the rise and RUSD is thrilled to offer this form of education to Racine students.

Early Learning Centers

This facility specializes in developmentally appropriate practice for 3- and 4-year-old children.

Elementary Schools

This school, built in 1968, is named in honor of Beatrice O. Jones, M.D. Offers free 4K for children in Racine.

K-8 Schools

Located NW of Racine. It's elementary school is the largest of any other RUSD elementary school.

Middle Schools

IB School focused on the ten character traits of learning and college readiness.

High Schools

Offering a variety of career pathways within the Academy model in addition to International Baccalaureate Programmes.

RPCP Student Eligibility

The student must reside in the Racine Unified Public School District. Students who live in Racine County outside of the RUSD can apply to a school in the Wisconsin Parental Choice Program.

RPCP Voucher Amounts

For the 2020 – 2021 school year, the amount of the voucher is $8,300 for grades K-8 and $8,946 for grades 9-12. Beginning in 2015, the voucher amount increases by an amount equal to the increase in state public school funding each year.