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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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  • Ten Recognized at NHS Assembly

    Jacob Lee, Abbie Childs, Abby Gnatzig, Heather Ceranske, Connor Steinke, Thomas McManaway, Jacob Zuehlke, Marina Cano, Montse Cuevas, and Leslie Barajas were all selected by teachers to be honored during the National Honor Society assembly on Friday, February 17, to cap off the first annual NHS Recognition of Achievement Week at WHS. Teachers were asked to nominate students in grades 9-12 who have demonstrated outstanding leadership, character, scholarship, service, or school involvement and deserved special recognition in front of the student body. Each student selected for special recognition received a $10 gift card for the Sweet Spot. 
  • DuVal Qualifies for State Wrestling

    Jimmy DuVal reached another goal this past weekend by qualifying for the WIAA state individual wrestling tournament. Jimmy wrestled his way to the championship where he did fall in a tough 3-2 match against a young man from Wisconsin Lutheran. On the way to the finals Jimmy defeated his first opponent 9-5 and then pinned his second opponent to reach the finals. Jimmy will compete on Thursday night at the Kohl Center. Please wish him luck if you see him.
  • Ferradermis Members Take Robot on the Road to Isthmus Engineering

    Members of Team Ferradermis traveled to Madison on Saturday, February 19, to participate in the Isthmus Engineering Test Run sponsored by BadgerBots from Middleton. Teams from Platteville and Janesville also participated. Isthmus Engineering graciously opened its doors to the FIRST Robotics teams and provided work space, advice, and a small practice field. The team’s robot performed well, retrieving and delivering gears for the airship and climbing the rope to board the airship. Team members were able to identify areas of their robot to perfect and improve upon before the robot must be completed on Tuesday night, February 21. For more photos, visit the team's web site in the Activities section of this page.  
  • Girls Extend Conference Winning Streak to 56 Games

    The Whitewater Girls’ Basketball Team finished the regular season with a repeat from last year, going undefeated in Rock Valley Conference play. The Whippets captured the Conference Championship for the 4th year in a row, bringing their Conference win streak to 56 in a row. It was pretty special for the senior players to complete this goal, something that has never been done by the Whitewater girls’ program. Five seniors were honored Thursday night: Myriama Smith-Traore, Rebekah Schumacher, Whitney Treder, Katie Weaver, and manager Sophie Elworthy.  All five started the game, bringing an enjoyable memory that will last forever. Four Whippets reached double digits, led by Schumacher with 15, Smith-Traore with 13, and Ali Ketterhagen and Miranda Reynolds with 10 each. Smith-Traore also grabbed 19 boards, and Schumacher ended with 7 assists. The entire team did an excellent job working together and are looking to carry over the momentum to WIAA tournament play. Their first game will take place at home next Friday against the winner of Brodhead and East Troy, with a game time of 7:00. Visit to access a complete D3 bracket.
  • FBLA Members Visit Hearthstone

    Eight FBLA members visited Hearthstone to play games and color with the elderly on February 13, 2017. Students did puzzles, played UNO, Hi Ho Cheri Oh, and Yahtzee, and colored pictures with the residents. Caroline Crowley, Marijose Cuellar, Maggie Hough, Ipek Goktepe, Abby Gnatzig, Sophie Olson, Rosie Aschenbrener, and Hailey Murphy were the students who took part.