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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. Mike Lovenberg
Associate Principal: Mr. Nathan O'Shaughnessy
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There's No Place Like Home(coming) Starts Friday!
Homecoming 2021 kicks off Friday night with Hallway Decorations! Check out the full schedule below, and be sure to visit https://www.whs.wwusd.org/page/2568 for full details on the week's activities!
Homecoming 2021

Picture Retake Day is Coming!
Wednesday, September 29, 2021
8AM-12PM, Main Office Conference Room
Ordering Online? Order at mylifetouch.com using Picture Day ID: EVT6FP6RM

AP Exam Ordering Available from October 4 Through November 5
The College Board, creators of Advanced Placement, made a few changes to the AP late fees and cancellation fees for the 2021-2022 school year. Use the following documents to find information on due dates, costs, and cancellation policies: English, Spanish

Important Upcoming Dates at WHS:

  • Senior Academic & Career Planning Conferences: September 20 - October 8
  • Picture Retake Day: Wednesday, September 29
  • AP Exam Ordering: October 4 - November 5
  • College Planning - Financial Aid Night: Wednesday, October 6
  • Robotics Parent Meeting: Wednesday, October 13
  • College Application Writing Workshop: Wednesday, October 27

  • Why Whitewater?

    View our promotional video showcasing the district and the amazing staff, students and community members.  We are proud of our many offerings and educational opportunities that exist for our students. Our students succeed because of the high level of community and staff support.
  • Football Players join UWW Players at Washington for Pick a Day, Come and Play

    Football at Washington

    As part of our Pick a Day, Come and Play Week, sponsored by Washington's PATT, members of the Whippet and Warhawk football teams came to school today to play with our students during lunch recess. Our kids were very excited to meet all of the players and couldn't wait to play with them. Whether it was playing a game of touch football, having a blast playing 4-square, or swinging on the swings, a great time was had by all. We are not sure who had more fun, the football players or our elementary students. Afterward, we treated our Whippets to a pizza lunch. These outreach opportunities continue to make a huge impact on our students and the greater community. Huge kudos to everyone for making these special events happen!

  • Swim Team Alumni Giving Back

    Swim Alumni

    Whitewater High School is lucky to have several alumni involved with the Girls’ Swim Program. Sarah Reynolds (2012) is the current Head Coach, Emma DuVal (2012) is the current Assistant Coach, Anna Yeazel (2017) volunteered as a timer, and Morgan Radaj (2019) officiated Tuesday’s swim meet against Jefferson/Cambridge. All four alumni participated in Girls’ Swim while in high school; we appreciate you giving back!

  • Hammond Named Outstanding Citizen for Class of 2022

    Cooper Hammond

    Congratulations Cooper Hammond for being selected by the faculty as the Class of 2022 Outstanding Citizen! Cooper will be participating in the DAR Good Citizen Program and Scholarship Competition this fall. He will be honored with his parents at a Spring Awards Luncheon hosted by the Fort Atkinson-Eli Pierce DAR. WHS is so proud of you, Cooper!

  • CC Teams Run Angel Invite at UW-Parkside

    CC Team

    UW-Parkside was the host site for Saturday's CC invitational. The Whippets haven't been there in two years due to COVID, and it was thrilling being back. Although it is very tough to spectate, it is absolutely awesome for runners with the trails, forests, and varying terrain throughout the entire 3.1-mile racecourse. Bouncing back for their second race in the same week, several Whippets came away with strong races and a great effort notched on their belt. Jack Hefty continues to lead the boys and was the 3rd best freshman in the Varsity race that featured a significant portion of the event with D1-sized schools; Jack placed 30th in 17:27. Although his first three races have been close overall in terms of time, this is his best race so far due to the difficulty of the race course and level of competition at this meet. Cooper Hammond found himself in 83rd, with a time of 18:37. He is getting stronger on the hills and confident in the second half of the race. The boys' varsity team placed 21st out of 34 complete teams. In the JV race, Sterling Truesdale has been cutting large chunks of time off his race, and it is happening with his early race toughness to get out faster. He and Onyx Thompson were running side by side heading into the second mile, with Keith Cameron in pursuit. By the finish, Keith and Sterling had the same time of 24:37 and placed 187th and 188th, with Onyx not far back in 191st. It is great to see teammates finding each other and challenging each other on the race course. Senior Casey Schilling ran his lifetime best by placing 236th with a time of 28:19. Also running a lifetime best was freshman Xavier Zei placing 245th2, with a time of 30:27. The JV boys’ team finished in 20th out of 20 complete teams. The girls’ program had Sophie Walton resume the number one position by placing 99th in 23:52, which is the third race in a row she has run that time, but with the difficulty of the course, is her best race so far. Gwen Truesdale then led a trio of Whippets by placing 111th in 24:23, with Caelyn Caputo in 114th in 24:35, and Emma Weigel in 115th, completing the race in 24:41. Running strong races and once again cutting a few seconds off their best times of the season so far were Nole Coburn and Isabella Aranda. Rounding out Varsity was Jenny Villarreal, who also was just off her season best from Tuesday on the challenging course. The girls' varsity finished in 19th out of 21 complete teams. The girls’ JV race didn't have a minimum of 5 scoring runners required for a team score, but Evie Troxel was the top Whippet and ran a great race to place 108th in 28:12, showing the way for the two freshmen, Lucy Troxel and Sami Van Daele, who were not far behind in 111th and 112th overall. Next up is the Janesville Midwest Invitational on Saturday, September 25th. Races are set to begin at 9:00am from Blackhawk Golf Course. Full Results

  • Students Create Functional Clothing from Limited Supplies

    Fashion Show

    On Monday, September 13, 2021, Ms. Lynn Weilbrenner's Fashion and Interior Design class participated in a fashion show. Students were put into groups and had to create a functional piece or pieces of clothing including accessories using recycled newspapers, toilet paper, tissue paper, aluminum foil, crepe paper, and duct tape. Her students went above the expectations and made it very difficult on the judges. Here are the winning groups: 1st place: Haidenne Pontel, Ryan Kiederlen, and Ilana Lothes; 2nd place: Leah Newman, Makaylyn Benes, and Kasey Heizman; and 3rd place: Ian Long, Allyson Barels, Alanah Zachow, and Yoselyn Lopez.