Discover Whitewater High School
Every Graduate an Engaged Lifelong Learner

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
UPCOMING EVENTS
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  • JV Tennis Players Medal in Conference Meet

    The pictured girls’ tennis players were medalists this past week at the RVC JV conference tournament. Abby Gnatzig and Cassidy Laue were champions in their flight division.
  • Cross Country Completes Fundraiser

    The Whitewater Cross Country Teams conducted their program fundraiser on Saturday, September 10th. Partnering with Winchester True Value in providing the water softener salt, the team was able to successfully deliver over 12 tons to residents! Seventeen bags were donated by local residents and were then delivered to Bethel House. Bethel House is an ecumenical ministry that provides transitional housing and case management services to families facing homelessness. The water softener salt donations were a first for them and filled a need never before addressed. Pictured with the runners in the back row, on the right side, is the Bethel House Coordinator, Kristy Weinberg. Look for us again next year around the same time to fill your water softener needs or to support Bethel House with a salt donation.
  • Photo Courtesy of Tom Ganser

    Marching Band Competes in Waukesha

    On Sunday, September 25, Whitewater High School Marching Band participated in the Fox River Marching Invitational at Waukesha West. Whitewater competes in the Class A division, which is based off of school size. The show was very well received by the judges, and students learned a LOT from the experience. The band's next performance is Friday, September 30, at the Homecoming Football Game.
  • Juniors Crowned PowderPuff Champs

    The annual PowderPuff Football competition took place on Monday, September 27. The freshmen defeated the seniors in game one, 18 – 0, on three touchdowns by Cassidy Laue. Game two between the sophomores and the juniors ended in a 6-6 tie in regulation after two controversial last minute touchdowns by Abby Center and Jocelin Beecroft, but the juniors prevailed in overtime. The sophomores took the consolation game 24-0 from the seniors as Chelsea Baker and Jocelin Beecroft both had interception returns for a touchdown. However, the story of the night was the championship game. It took FIVE overtimes for the juniors to defeat the freshmen, 24-18! 
  • Photos Courtesy of Tom Ganser

    Musicians Cheer on Half-Marathoners

    WHS musicians cheered on the runners in the Discover Whitewater Series Half Marathon on Sunday, September 18, with a little music! The girls' swim team was another school group that received rave reviews from the runners for their enthusiasm in manning their station along the course.