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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
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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.
     
  • Clue to Open March 7; Tickets Available Now

    Clue

    Are you tired of winter?  I mean … REALLY tired of winter? Warm up by attending a performance of the Whitewater High School Players production of “Clue On Stage.” Performances at the Whitewater High School auditorium are scheduled for March 7, 8, and 9 at 7:30 p.m., along with a matinee performance on March 10 at 2:00 p.m. Murder and blackmail are on the menu when six mysterious guests assemble in Boddy Manor on a dark and stormy night for a very unusual dinner party. The butler offers the oddball guests a variety of weapons, and the host is, well . . . dead. Who’s guilty of the crime?  Was it Mrs. Peacock in the Study with the Knife? Or, perhaps Colonel Mustard in the Library with the Wrench? Reserved seat tickets are $9 for adults and $5 for students, and can be reserved by calling 262-472-8178.  Tickets are also available one hour before the performances at the WHS Box Office. Under the direction of Jim McCulloch, the talented cast in this “Whodunit” murder mystery turned comedy include Jul Boss, Maddie Elworthy, Jillian Harkness, Lauren Harkness, Maggie Jay, Ky Kehrer, Weston Lema, Audrey Mayer, Sophie Mayer, Angie McKelvey, Aldo Rodriguez, Nicole Sedmak, Madison Strickler, Emma Van Daele, and Carter Waelchli. Providing the technical and backstage magic for the show are Gracia Boley, Henry “Hank” Bresser, Olive Coburn, Kat Dunham, Jake Hintz, Josie Hintz, Dakota Isbell, Cally Julson, Jordyn Korf, Hailey Long, Chris Porcaro, and Slate Spear. Think about attending the performance dressed as one of the quirky dinner party guests:  Miss Scarlet, Professor Plum, Mrs. White, Mr. Green, Mrs. Peacock, or Colonel Mustard.  (Surf the web about “Clue” to learn more about them!) 

  • Casas Headed to State Wrestling

    Sectional Wrestling

    Congratulations to Amaru Casas on qualifying for the WIAA state individual wrestling tournament starting this coming Thursday afternoon. Amaru earned his way to the state tournament with two nice wins on Saturday at Campbellsport to place 3rd. He avenged a loss that he had in the Conference tournament to secure his ticket to the state tournament. This is great for Amaru. He joined wrestling mid-way through the season in 9th grade and worked hard to get to where he is today as a senior. Please congratulate Amaru if you see him.

  • Pair Nominated for FIRST Robotics Dean's List

    Deans List

    Dean’s List is a FIRST Robotics award named for founder Dean Kamen which celebrates “outstanding student leaders whose passion for and effectiveness at attaining FIRST ideals is exemplary.” Ryann (Rosie) Aschenbrener and Colin Chenoweth were nominated this year by the mentors for Whitewater High School’s robotics team Ferradermis and are now considered semi-finalists. Rosie’s mentors trust her to do anything at any time and do it well. She has become our all-around specialist. If Rosie sees that a young team member is hanging back and nervous to jump in, Rosie will invite them in. Rosie has worked with electronics, mechanical, competition logistics, and has served as human player (and professional cart puller) on the drive team. She also led the charge to raise over $18,000 in two weeks by making cold calls and personal contacts when the team qualified for Worlds in 2018, which allowed her teammates to travel to Detroit free of charge. Colin joined as a freshman when our team was just forming and earned the immediate respect of the mentors not only for his intellectual abilities but also for his work ethic. Colin served as a member of the drive team as a freshman and as the electrical captain for his sophomore year; this year he took on the role of CAD co-captain. This summer, Colin took a lead role in our first ever boot camp, introducing incoming freshmen to the use of CAD and helping them prototype a Frisbee shooter. Colin is a quiet leader; he leads by example, and it is obvious that he has earned the respect of his teammates. They respect his intellect, they respect his creativity, and they respect his playful spirit. Rosie and Colin will be interviewed by judges at the Wisconsin Regional in Milwaukee in late March.

  • Twelve Students Participating in RVC Honors Choir

    RVC Honors Choir

    Twelve WHS Choir Students are singing in the Rock Valley Conference Honors Choir today under the direction of Dr. Robert Demaree, professor of Music at UW-Platteville. They are at Evansville HS and will present a concert at 1:30 pm. Participating students are Adora Astin, Mackenzie LaFlash, Lizzie Hansen, Cora Linos, Daniela Barragan, Jacquelin Villareal, Cordelia Jaeger, Grace Raupp, Dominic Smelcer, Chris Porcaro, Gio Anello, and Camden Frye.

  • Brantmeier and Kuzoff Named National Merit Scholarship Finalists

    National Merit Finalists

    The National Merit Scholarship Program has now determined which of the 16,000 Semifinalists have met all requirements to advance to Finalist standings in the competition. Principal of Whitewater High School, Mike Lovenberg, is pleased to announce that Whitewater High School Seniors Zachary Brantmeier and Nicholas Kuzoff have officially been named National Merit Scholarship Finalists. Good luck to Zach and Nick!