Tomah is located in west-central Wisconsin and has a population of approximately 7500 citizens. Commonly known as "Where the I Divides" and "Gateway to Cranberry Country", Tomah was founded in 1855 and named after Native American Legend Chief Tomah.
Tomah is within 90 minutes of Madison and 30-60 minutes of major metropolitan areas. We are along the Mississippi Valley, otherwise known as
The Board of Education believes that the school, as an educational institution of our social system, has been organized to promote the aims and objectives of our democratic society. The Board believes that each person should be accepted into the eduational program as is, and that she/he should be provided with a stimulating environment and opportunities for learning experiences designed to promote behavioral development that will effect continuing satisfactory adjustments to life.
Tomah Area School District is a publicly funded organization
No. of Schools: 9
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