Whitewater High School is an excellent option for gifted and talented students, offering a wide variety of opportunities for students whose talents lie in many areas.

Some examples of opportunities include:
  • Advanced Placement Courses
  • Project Lead the Way Coursework
  • Computer Science/Programming Coursework
  • Wisconsin State Math Meet, earning 1st or 2nd place four times in the last five years
  • Vocal and Band classes, including State and National Honors award recipients
  • Youth Options classes at UW-Whitewater
  • Badger Boys/Girls State Conference and other leadership conferences upon nomination
  • Work Study Program with Employability Skills Certification
  • Competitive Writing competitions, school newspaper, and opportunities for published material
  • Drama Club (Musicals and Plays) and State Award Winning Dance Club
  • Leadership Opportunities through club organizations including Future Business Leaders, FFA, Student Council, National Honor Society, Model UN, Mock Trial, and more
  • Community Service clubs including Octagon Club, Key Club, Solidarity Club, Razas United, and more

Students are identified through annual standardized test scores, including MAP scores at the middle school level and ASPIRE, WKCE, and ACT scores at the high school level. Other identification occurs through parents, teachers, and peers. Students in the 9th grade have an opportunity to participate in Northwestern University's Midwest Academic Talent Search (NUMATS) by taking the ACT test at a local testing center. More information for the test can be provided upon request.
Students expressing an interest in any area will get full support from the staff at Whitewater High School to get the maximum benefit from their talents. If you have any questions more specific to the needs of your children, please feel free to contact me or Pam Sonmor-Wintz, Director of Student Services at 262-472-8113, or Doug Parker, Principal, 262-472-8103.


For more information on the Gifted & Talented Program at Whitewater High School, contact Jessica Prokop in Room 306, by calling (262) 472-8180, or email .

The Gifted and Talented Resources section contains links to national organizations and websites. Check them out!


Contact: Jessica Prokop