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534 South Elizabeth Street
Whitewater, Wisconsin 53190

Main Phone: (262)472-8100
Student Services Phone: (262)472-8110
Attendance Hotline: (262)472-8109

Principal: Mr. Doug Parker
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  • Photo Courtesy of Bob Mischka

    Soccer Opens Play at Elkhorn

    The Whitewater Boys’ Soccer team started their season at Division 2 Elkhorn on Tuesday night. The Whippet players were ready for action right from the starting whistle and maintained an even attack while shutting down the Elkhorn offense who had the advantage of a stiff wind at their back. Brian Reyes scored a header off a beautiful, long-ball cross from Thomas McManaway in the 32nd minute to put the Whippets in the lead. The team held the shut-out and went into half-time with a 1-0 lead. Coming out of the first half we knew Elkhorn would ratchet up their play to try to pull the game back. Unlucky for us, they were able to find the goal only 32 seconds into the second half. Five minutes later they found the back of the net again and continued to apply pressure. We held Elkhorn scoreless for the next 20 minutes with exceptional work from our defenders and goal-keeper. Elkhorn went up 3-1 with 20 minutes to go, and we started to run out of steam. The final score was 5-1 with Elkhorn scoring 2 goals in the last 5 minutes of the game. While we were working towards a better outcome than the final score showed, there were many positive takeaways with great play from both starters and subs.  The team will regroup, work on a few items and get ready for our next game, away at Division 1 Janesville-Craig, on Thursday night. 
  • Tennis Travels to Altoona

    The Whippet Girls’ Tennis Team finished a very busy week with a trip to Altoona/Eau Claire for matches on Thursday and Friday. Weather was involved both days shortening things on Thursday and then delaying things and keeping things from being completed on Friday. This kept the Whippets from getting everything in, but the team was able to finish several individual matches. Due to the fact that all matches weren’t able to be completed there was no way to determine an overall Invite champion. Teams that competed over the two days were Altoona, East Troy, Chippewa Falls, Bloomer, Baldwin-Woodville, New Richmond and Whitewater. With twelve girls to occupy ten spots, the girls played in different positions and with different partners throughout the trip. Every player on the team won at least one match over the two days. Picking up three wins a piece were Milena Maroske, Whitney Treder, Ali Ketterhagen, and Sydney Treder. Odessa Sonn and Sophie Olson each won two matches. Whitewater returns to action Tuesday morning with a dual meet at 9am in Whitewater against Columbus High School. 
  • Marching Band Completes Camp

    WHS Marching Band is off to a great start. This year's production is titled "Something Wicked This Way Comes" by Gary P. Gilroy. The band just completed their four day band camp where they learned their show visually and began working on their music. Their first performance will be at the WHS Football game on September 9th during halftime. We look forward to a great season!
  • Photo Courtesy of Tom Ganser

    Class of 1951 Holds 65th Reunion

    The Whitewater (City) High School Class of 1951 held their 65th Reunion on August 13 at the Whitewater Country Club. Pictured in front (left to right) are Lucille (Stone) Weiman, Judy (Roe) Triebold, June (Hudson) Wolfe, Margaret (Cooper) Eide-Legois, Mary (Warner) Peiffer, Norma (Sauerberg) Osterndorf, Donna (Baker) Henry, Carol (Ludeman) Connors, and Nancy (Thayer) Stones. Pictured in back (left to right) are Wilfred Roe, Ray Walton, Sid Krahn, Arnold Sweno, Bill Fardy, Larry Peiffer, Dick Trewyn, Ken Rowley, and Roger Schmidt.
  • Tennis Team Raises Funds for Gilda's Club

    The Whitewater High School Girls’ Tennis team hosted its 10th Annual Gilda’s Club JV Tournament. Money raised from the tournament goes to Gilda’s Club of Madison. Gilda's Club Madison offers a welcoming community of FREE support for everyone in the area touched by cancer—men, women, teens, and children—along with their families and friends. Their innovative program is an essential complement to medical care, providing networking and support groups, workshops, education, and social activities. Learn more about how Gilda's Club can offer support through your cancer journey by visiting The WHS Girls’ Tennis Team would also like to thank WHS parent and cancer survivor Patty Ceranske who enthusiastically performed the ceremonial first serve to kick off the tournament. A special thank goes out to 2016 Gilda’s Club Co-Coordinators Ali Ketterhagen and Maggie Hough. The WHS Girls' Tennis Team appreciates and thanks the sponsors who generously supported this successful tournament including Animal Medical Center of Whitewater, Baymont Inn & Suites, Camacho's Auto Repair, Commercial Bank, Dental Perfections, First Citizens Bank, Ketterhagen Motor Sales, Inc., LaBelle Portrait Studio and Gallery, McCullough's Prescriptions and Gifts, Rocky Rococo, Tincher Realty, Whitewater Banner, Whitewater Country Club, and Whitewater Family Dentistry.