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Every Student, Every Day, in a Unified Way

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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High School Registration and Picture Day Scheduled for August 12, 1:00 - 5:00
Please see the attached flyer regarding the upcoming WUSD Picture and Registration Days in August: Elementary: August 10 & Middle/High School: August 12.
Por favor, vea el folleto adjunto con respecto a las fechas de fotos y registro de WUSD en agosto: Primaria: 10 de agosto y Escuela Media/Preparatoria: 12 de agosto.

Registration - English Registration - Spanish

Important Upcoming Dates at WHS:

  • Robotics Boot Camp: Saturday, July 31 - Saturday, August 7
  • Mandatory Athletic Code Meeting for Parents and Athletes: Monday, August 2, 6:00 - 8:00 pm
  • Registration Day: Thursday, August 12, 1:00 - 5:00 pm 

  • 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.
  • Ferradermis Claims Laser Lights Off-Season Title

    Laser Lights

    Whitewater High School’s Robotics Team Ferradermis took to the field on Saturday, July 24, for one last summer off-season competition and came away champions. Laser Robotics hosted the second ever Laser Lights event at Kettle Moraine High School with 12 robots participating. Drivers Elijah Grall and Reilly Aschenbrener and Human Player Jazmin Cederberg went 10-2 in their 12 qualification matches, leaving them seeded #1 and able to make the first pick in the alliance selections. Competition Logistics Captain Shane Kinson then invited Team 1259 Paradigm Shift from Pewaukee High School to join our alliance. The final member to join our alliance was Team 6823, USM Robotics, the Wildcats from the University School of Milwaukee. Behind some great autonomous shooting and a fantastic end-game, the Ferradermis-led alliance defeated the #4 ranked alliance in the best of three semi-finals. The semi-finals were forced to a third match tie-breaker after the #4 alliance implemented an excellent defensive strategy. The finals matches featured all three teams from the alliance that won the Unofficial State Championship in Manitowoc on July 10, with Paradigm Shift playing on the Ferradermis alliance and Team 8002 The Knack from Lake Country School and Team 6421 The WarriorBots from Muskego High School leading the opposing alliance. The #2 alliance was joined by Team 1792 Round Table Robotics from Oak Creek High School. The Ferradermis alliance quickly defeated the #2 alliance 160-134 and 166-137 in the best of three series to claim the Laser Lights title. Ferradermis also won the inaugural 2019 Laser Lights event. The event did not happen in 2020 due to the pandemic. A highlight of the day for Ferradermis was having two future members spend all or part of the day with the team. Freshman Onyx Thompson and eighth grader Chacha Binagi were able to spend time in the pit and plan match strategies alongside senior Shane Kinson. The team is looking forward to meeting more new members during boot camp which begins on Saturday, July 31. If any Whitewater High School student is interested in attending the six boot camp sessions, please reach out to Laura Masbruch at Ferradermis would like to thank all of the volunteers who made the event possible including alum Gwynne Sahyun for doing field setup on Friday and field reset all day Saturday and alum Rosie Aschenbrener for serving as one of the referees on Saturday. The new game for the 2022 FIRST Robotics Season will be unveiled on Saturday, January 8, 2022.

  • Trio Receives All-Conference Softball Honors

    Softball All-Conference

    Pictured are members of the Whitewater Girls' Softball Team who earned Rock Valley All-Conference honors from the spring softball season. Players holding their awards are: Lexi Juoni (junior) second team-outfield, Cali Kopecky (sophomore) honorable mention, and Shyan Lesperance (freshman) honorable mention.

  • Athletes Compete at State Track and Field Meet

    State Track

    Whippet Track and Field concluded its season with athletes running their fastest times of the year at the WIAA State Track and Field Meet in La Crosse on Friday, June 25. Senior Trenten Zahn toured the track in 1:58.05 finishing fourth in the 800 Meter Run and running the 5th fastest time in school history. Zahn concluded an amazing high school career that saw him earn 11 varsity letters and take a combined 4 trips to state in track and field and cross country. Not to be out done, the girls’ relays, made up of Amanda Tovar, Kacie Carollo, Madelynn Buehler, and Kindyl Kilar, ran their fastest times of the year posting a 51.16 in the 400 Meter Relay, good for a 7th place finish and 1:48.1 in the 800 Meter Relay for a 10th place finish. Their time of 51.16 places them 7th on the Whippet Track and Field All-Time Top Ten List for the 4x100 Meter Relay. Seniors Amanda Tovar and Kacie Carollo concluded their remarkable careers as well and will be remembered for their leadership, work ethic. and fierce competitiveness. Avery Caputo placed 7th in both the 100 and 400 Meter Wheelchair Races with times of 27.03 and 2:24.47. The Whippet Track and Field Coaching Staff would like to extend their thanks to all of the student athletes, especially our seniors, who provided amazing leadership throughout the season.

  • AP Human Geography Students Apply Central Place Theory to Gro Co

    Gro CoStudents in Mr. Greg Stewart's AP Human Geography class were given a task for their final activity of the year. Their simulated firm has been hired to find a location for the Whitewater Grocery Co. They were to present the best location for a site using Central Place Theory. Each firm (group) presented to Grocery Co Board members Brienne Dieboldt Brown, Lacey Reichwald, Ron Binning, and Sarah Hoots.

  • Students Share Original Children's Books with Lincoln Students

    Reading at Lincoln

    English 12 students in Mrs. Elizabeth Miller and Mrs. Camden Harlan's classes read the children's books they wrote and illustrated to elementary students at Lincoln on Monday, May 24.