Iowa-Grant School District is located in Southwestern Wisconsin in both Grant and Iowa Counties. The District serves students from the Villages of Cobb, Linden, Rewey, Livingston, and Montfort, parts of Edmund, and portions of the Towns of Wingville, Castle Rock, Eden, Highland, Lima, Liberty, Linden, Mifflin, and Clifton. The District encompasses about 195 square miles in one of the most prosperous agricultural areas of the state.
With approximately 120 employees and an enrollment of nearly 900, the Iowa-Grant District provides a comprehensive program for students in early childhood through twelfth grade. Facilities include the High School, which opened in 1960 and is noted for its unique architectural features and open concept design, and the Elementary/Middle School (IGEMS), which opened in the fall of 1992 on the same 40-acre site.
IGEMS offers its students (about 550) many new programs including before-school breakfasts, all day-every day kindergarten, computer instruction, a central media center, daily physical education activities, plus a comprehensive Talented and Gifted program. A positive learning environment enhances student learning in reading, language arts, music, mathematics, science, health, social studies, languages, and many other courses. Our students also have an opportunity to pursue a wide variety of explorations such as band, chorus, athletics, Destination Imagination, and mathematics teams.