As of the census of 2010, there were 14,110 people, 5,355 households, and 3,944 families residing in the village.
The Whitefish Bay School District maintains four public schools and one recreational facility. These facilities include:
Whitefish Bay High School – a high school serving children in grades 9-12. Recently ranked #1 High School in the state of Wisconsin by U.S. News Rankings
Whitefish Bay Middle School – a middle school/junior high school serving children in grades 6-8
Cumberland Elementary School – an elementary school serving children age-4 kindergarten through grade 5
Richards Elementary School – an elementary school serving children age-4 kindergarten through grade 5
Lydell School – a community recreation facility
The Archdiocese of Milwaukee maintains two Catholic schools in Whitefish Bay: Holy Family School and St. Monica School, each serving kindergarten through grade 8. In addition, the Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters administer Dominican High School.
At the north end of the village are two Jewish grade schools: Milwaukee Jewish Day School and Hillel Academy, sharing the Max and Mary Kohl Education building.
From Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whitefish_Bay,_Wisconsin
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