About Kenosha Eschool

Kenosha eSchool is a grades k-12 virtual e-school that is part of the Kenosha Unified School District. Any Kenosha Area School District student grades K–12 may request enrollment in eSchool courses. Special consideration may be given to students with significant life obstacles: i.e. dropouts, adjudicated and/or incarcerated youth, teen parents, home-based (home-bound) students, students with physical, mental or emotional difficulties, voluntarily withdrawn or expelled students, self-supporting youth, transient students, students in treatment programs, and home-schooled students.

Kenosha Eschool class of 2019

Freya Bentkowski

Reza Fisher

Kaylee Gardner-White

Emily Godlewski

Ben Jansen

Britney Moran

Fantasy Mosier

Benjamin Jansen

Kenosha eSchool cum laude graduate

GPA: 4.87

Parents: Brian and Janice Jansen

What’s next: Attend the University of North Dakota.

Goals: “Further my education as well as my football career at the University of North Dakota.”

Favorite subject: History

Favorite book: “Trump’s America” by Newt Gingrich

Favorite movie: “Money Ball”

Role model: Parents.

Best advice I ever received: SISU (Figure it out)

Teachers and fellow students would be surprised to know: “That I am interested in politics and will be majoring in political science.”

Kenosha eSchool

Commencement: 6 p.m. June 3, Indian Trail High School & Academy, 6800 60th St., Kenosha

Graduates: Seven

Speakers: To be determined

Class colors: Blue and silver