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
    Loading Events...
More Events >>
  • DuVal Finishes Season with Most Wins in School History

    State Wrestling Comments from Coach Schimming: Jimmy DuVal gained valuable experience while at State Wrestling. He competed on Thursday night and did a great job winning the match 8-6. Unfortunately he saw his experience end on Saturday with two losses. Jimmy can say he lost to the best. Of his 9 losses this year; 2 were to the state runner up, 1 to 3rd, 2 to 4th and 1 to 6th. All of these matches were competitive so he is right there among the best. Congratulations, Jimmy, on a fine season with 42 wins, most in Whippet history.
  • Five Advance to State National History Day Competition

    Twenty-six WHS students participated in the National History Day Regional Competition, which took place at UW-Madison on Saturday, February 25, 2017. Whitewater advanced five students to the state competition in three categories. The NHD Regional had schools from across South Central Wisconsin. The following Whitewater High School students were selected as state finalists: Kali Mikulski, Ellie Treder, and Emma Van Daele (Senior Group Performance, “Die Sonne Schient Noch”), Madeline Elworthy (Senior Individual Exhibit, “Child Labor-Lewis Hine”), and Sophie Olson (Senior Paper, “Florence Nightingale”). National History Day is an academic enrichment program for students in grades 6-12. Students select topics connected to an annual theme and complete their own in-depth research on the topic. This year, the theme is “Taking a Stand in History.” Students present their conclusions by creating museum style exhibits, media documentaries, research papers, interactive websites, and dramatic performances. The school event is the first step in a competition cycle that can take students from school level to the regional, state, and national competitions. At each level of competition students share their work with their peers, historians, educators, and professionals in related fields as they compete for special awards and the opportunity to advance to the next level of competition. Participation continues to grow with more than 500,000 students participating annually across the nation. The National History Day program in Wisconsin is coordinated by the Wisconsin Historical Society.
  • Exploratory Tech Students Manufacture Displays for Bakery

    Students in Exploratory Tech built seven display stands for a local bakery. Wood Street Bakery will use these to display their product at local retailers soon. The class sampled the granola and gave it a big thumbs up!
  • Trio Builds Little Free Pantry for Milwaukee School

    For their project in Building Materials class, Stephen Abplanalp, Roth Wells, and Brandon Hageli (not pictured) built a Little Free Pantry. Whitewater High School alumni Ms. Julie Dunham told us her students wanted to put up a little free pantry at their school and asked if we could help. The students were able to utilize materials left over from other projects to keep the cost to a minimum. The pantry will make its way to St. Joseph Parish School in Milwaukee to help those in need.
  • Spanish Club Holds Annual Chocolate Tasting Event

    The Whitewater High School Spanish Club sponsored its annual chocolate tasting on Thursday, February 23. Students learned about the history of chocolate, the role it played as currency for indigenous people of South and Central America, and how it came to be the treat we now indulge in.