Chilton, WI 53014
Chilton Public Schools have added additional free food pickups. Please see the new times and places for pickups. Anyone 18 and younger can come to one of these locations to pick up a bagged meal, which includes lunch and breakfast for the following morning, FOR FREE!! Please spread the word! We are here for our community. Click to help us pack enough meals for each site.

Here are all of the sites and updated times
Brothertown on Harbor Road / Vogt Apartments: 11:00 – 11:30
Public Library Parking Lot: 11:00 – 12:00
Elementary School Office: 11:00 – 12:30
Ebenezer Church / Diane Street & Steenport Lane: 12:00 – 12:30

Chilton School District FAQ Regarding COVID-19 Closure  Chilton High School Parent FAQ Document
Chilton High
530 W Main St  (920) 849-2358
Mr. Shawn Rude
CHS Principal  E-Mail
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CHS Mission Statement

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It is the mission of Chilton High School to assure that all students graduate with a substantial knowledge base that will develop effective thinking, communication, and application processes; an enthusiasm for life and life-long learning; and a compassion for self, but more importantly, others, as they continue to live in the society of today and that of tomorrow.

CHS Forms

Class Information and Registration has been moved to its own section.

CHS Athletics

  • CHS Requirements for Participation in Athletics & School Activities
    English (updated 2019-07-09)

Technology / Internet Appropriate Use and Online Safety Policies (AUP)

  • AUP Signatures are now done online using InfoSnap
  • AUP Information:   English,   Español   (updated 2018-02-28)

District Challenge Course

The following are the Consent, Release of Liability, Assumption of Risk, and Indemity Agreement for the District Challenge Course which includes the Ropes Course (both high and low elements) and the rock climbing walls.

FVTC Nursing Course


QPR Trainings Offered to Help Save Lives

First published on 05 February 2019 Posted in CHS News & Press Releases

QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer—the three simple steps anyone can learn to help save a life from suicide.  Students in CHS's Suicide Prevention Committee have been working hard to make free QPR training available to everyone in our community, and they want to make sure you're aware of these opportunities.  

The training for community members will be on Wednesday, February 13, from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m., and it will be held in the Community Room, which is in the high school building.  To register, just go to the online registration form at and enter your name and email address.

The training for students will be on Tuesday, February 26, during fifth and sixth periods, and it will be held in Mrs. Bonnie Mallmann's classroom (rm. 1045).  Students may simply sign up in the high school office.  

Again, these trainings are free, and snacks will be provided.  If you have any questions, please contact Zach Platner, CHS teacher and Suicide Prevention Committee Co-Adviser, by email ( or phone (849-2358, ext. 4363).

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