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The Fox Cities are usually defined as those cities, villages and towns that are adjacent to the Fox River as it flows from Neenah north through Kaukauna. The region has evolved from agriculture and logging in the 1800’s to one of the 50 largest manufacturing area in the United States. Today the Fox cities has a vibrant and diverse economy that has expanded from manufacturing to include healthcare, insurance, tourism and related businesses that help provide a superior quality of life.
Historic homes, sailboat races, a farmers market, street ball tournaments, The Bergstrom Mahler Museum and a vibrant downtown are just some of the memorable features of Neenah. An economy once based on the paper industry (at one the corporate headquarters of Kimberly-Clark) Neenah’s economy has now expanded into health care, sophisticated electronics, marketing a wealth of other industries. Over 14,000 people come to work each day within a mile of downtown. As a result downtown caters to a unique array of restaurants, stores and shops.
Neenah school enrollment is 7350 students, with a high school enrollment of about 2,000
Population: 25, 763
Median household income: $50,395
Average home value: $165,357
*population, income and home values from Citydata.com
A Closer Look at Schools
Neenah The Neenah Joint School System has one elementary charter school, one building that houses all of their sixth grade students and a high school population that may vary from 2,000 to 2,200 students. They are the largest high school in the area. They offer a number of career academies, and annually have the highest college entrance exam scores of all public schools in the Valley.
St. Mary Catholic High School in Neenah provides the culminating educational experience for those students primarily enrolled in St. Mary Catholic Schools. Most of their students live in the Fox Cities. A school of about 250 students, this faith based school has a one to one laptop program. Due to small class size teachers are able to know each student for who they are, and provide assistance as necessary.