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534 South Elizabeth Street
Whitewater, Wisconsin 53190

Main Phone: (262)472-8100
Student Services Phone: (262)472-8110
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Principal: Mr. Mike Lovenberg
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  • 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.
  • Whippet Golfers Open Rock Valley Conference Play


    The Whippet Golf Team started Rock Valley Conference (RVC) play with two matches this past week. On Tuesday, April 16th, the Whippets traveled to Yahara Hills Golf Course for the opening RVC match hosted by McFarland. The Whippets had  a team score of 226. Leading the way was sophomore Wesley Abramson who shot a career low round of 49. Freshman Jaden Condon fired a 55. Junior Maddie Arnett shot a 59. Fellow freshmen Camden Frye and Dane Hillmer scored 63 and 70 respectively. On Thursday, April 18th, the Whippets hosted the RVC at Willow Brook Golf Course in Whitewater. The team fought through some cold and damp playing conditions to show improvement over Tuesday’s team score, firing a team score of 219, and finishing in 7th place. The Whippets were only 3 strokes away from Beloit Turner’s 4th place score of 216. Junior Maddie Arnett stepped up in her first career varsity home meet with a round of 48. Freshman Camden Frye bounced back from Tuesday, shooting a 53. Sophomore Wesley Abramson fired a 56, while freshmen Jaden Condon and Dane Hillmer had scores of 62 and 66 respectively. The Whippet Golf Program would like to give a special thanks to Nick Lesar, Leif Knudsen, and Brad Calaway from Willow Brook for getting the course ready for Thursday’s match. Next up for the Whippets is the Geneva National Invitational hosted by Lake Geneva Badger High School on Monday, April 22nd. This is an 18-hole event with a tee time of 9 am. Photos via Brad Calaway, Willow Brook Golf Course.

  • FFA National Winners Together at FFA Banquet

    National FFA Winners

    Jacob Gmur was the 2018 National FFA winner in the category of Diversified Horticulture. He was only the second WHS FFA member to achieve this. The first was Jason Johnson in 1989 in the category of Sheep Production, and he was able to attend the FFA Banquet on Wednesday, April 17. Pictured with them is Paul Majors, WHS FFA Advisor.

  • Students Participate in Mock Job Interviews

    Mock Job Interviews

    On Wednesday, students in Ms. Lynn Weilbrenner's 21st Century Living classes got a taste of the "real world" by doing mock job interviews with people in the community as well as teachers. Students have been filling out applications along with writing cover letters and resumes in preparation for today's activity. Thank you to everyone who was involved with making today a success.

  • NHS Hosts International Exchange Weekend

    NHS International WeekendThe Whitewater High School National Honor Society hosted its annual International Exchange Weekend April 12-14, 2019. The international students who participated in this event were from Finland, Guatemala, India, Germany, Chile, France, Poland, Japan, Brazil, and Thailand living as exchange students in southeastern Wisconsin. The Whitewater Rotary Club sponsored a pizza party and birthday celebration Friday night for Pal (Tea) Phanitkullawat, an exchange student from Thailand living with families in Whitewater. Students met for brunch at the Sweet Spot Saturday morning, spent the afternoon in Madison, and enjoyed a bonfire at Madison Brown's home Saturday evening. Nicole Tomomitsu invited everyone over to her house Sunday morning for horseback riding fun through beautiful trails. Students met at the high school Sunday at 1 pm and took pictures before returning home at 2pm. A very special & heartfelt thank you goes out to Nicole Tomomitsu and her parents, Calvin and Tammy Tomomitsu, Madison Brown and her parents, Brody and Dionne Brown, and Maci Parrish and her parents, Nathaniel and Molly Parrish for hosting these special students in their homes and making the event possible! Another special and heartfelt thank you goes out to the Whitewater Rotary Club - specifically Mark Olm, Ron Binning, and Aurelio Callope for supporting this project each year.
  • Chan Awarded for Creative Work at Geneva Lake Arts Foundation

    Art Award

    Crystal Chan was awarded $500 and the Martin Smith Memorial Award for Creative Work at the Geneva Lake Arts Foundation. This show includes up to 10 pieces of art from Walworth County high schools and is judged by a professional artist. Crystal’s work was sold at the Gallery opening.