Register NOW for K3, K4 - 8th Grade

July 23, 2014

St. Martin of Tours School is now enrolling for K-3 through 8th grades for the 2014-2015 school year. At St. Martin of Tours School we offer small classroom sizes with an approximate 15:1 student - teacher ratio. Our curriculum involves a challenging, individualized core curriculum including dedicated classes in Spanish, Technology, Music, Art, and Physical Education. St. Martin of Tours is a fully accredited K-4 through 8th grade Catholic school. Our school offers extended care available all day through 6:00p.m.
At St. Martin of Tours School we are your partner in education - focusing on each child with personalized instruction and we are committed to the classroom. We offer free bus service for most of Franklin and some Muskego residents. Come tour our school and meet our teachers! We have a diverse student body - all faiths welcome!
We are in the Milwaukee School Choice program. Call to see if you qualify. For more information about our school, to arrange a private tour or register your student, please contact the school office at 414-425-9200 or visit us on the web at

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