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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  • Strait Earns Full Scholarship to Spend Month in France

    Caty Strait has been accepted to the Council on International Educational Exchange's French summer immersion program on full scholarship! Caty will be traveling to Toulouse, France to live with a French family for an entire month on June 10th, returning to the United States on July 10th. Caty will be completing this for college credit, earning French credits towards a future degree from Tulane University. She will attend classes in the morning on a daily basis, as well as take two weekend excursion trips with her comrades in the program. Caty will have the opportunity to explore Carcassonne, the French medieval city, as well as Port Vendres, a small town in Southern France. This once in a lifetime opportunity will allow Caty to pursue her passion for the French language, working on her oral proficiency amongst her peers, her host family, program leaders, and the Toulouse community. Caty's program leaders will keep a blog that we will post on our webpage so you can follow her and her group's adventures. But, for now, wish her a bon voyage if you see her, and be sure to congratulate her on this amazing accomplishment!
  • Music Masters Present Madrigal Dinner

    The WHS Music Masters Ensemble presented the 21st annual Madrigal Dinner on Saturday, January 14, at the American Legion. Before enjoying a delicious meal provided by Rocha's Waterfront, the audience was toasted with wassail and the Ensemble processed with the boar's head. After the traditional sword fight was fought, dessert was served and the ensemble entertained the audience with music from composers Pergolesi, Victoria, and Purcell, just to name a few! Congratulations on a beautiful evening! 
  • Ferradermis Makes Great Progress on Robot Build

    The robotics team has most of their electronics in place after the first week of build season so that the programmers can start working on communication with the machine. The mechanical team also has their basic ideas prototyped, so it is time to start building the rest of the robot. The team will take a break for exams, but they'll be back at work Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.
  • Schumacher Tops 1000 Career Points

    Whitewater handled Clinton 72-48 on Tuesday evening. Rebekah Schumacher had one of the better games of her career scoring 25 points, including 3 3’s and 4 for 4 from the line. During the Brodhead game last week, Schumacher reached the 1000 point mark for her career. Myriama Smith Traore also led the Whippets on Tuesday with 17 points, grabbing an impressive 25 rebounds and making 6 blocks. Ali Ketterhagen played a solid all-around game with 11 points. The Whippets play again this Friday at East Troy.
  • NHS Sponsors Toy Drive for Ronald McDonald House

    The National Honor Society sponsored a toy drive for the Ronald McDonald House in Milwaukee before the holidays. The homeroom that brought in the most toys will win either a pizza party or treats from the Sweet Spot. Abbie Childs organized this service project, brought in the most toys, and won the competition for her homeroom. Congratulations, Abbie!