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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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  • School Board Recognizes Graduates Enlisting in the Military

    Grads Entering Military

    The School Board recently recognized graduating seniors enlisting in the military. Board member Jim Stewart presented Certificates of Appreciation to Alexis Alvarez (Marines), Zachary Carnes (Marines), and Hailey Lohmeier (Army). Not pictured – Amida Zafar (Army). Photo by Chris Welch. 

  • Track and Field Team Members Receive Awards

    Track Awards

    The Track and Field teams celebrated the 2018 season with their banquet on Monday. Award winners for the girls were: Most Valuable Track Athlete - Hailey Murphy, Most Valuable Field Athlete - Ali Ketterhagen, Most Improved Athlete - Hailey Murphy, Outstanding Senior Award - Miranda Reynolds, Outstanding Freshmen Award - Lily Dunklau. Award winners for the boys were: Most Valuable Track Athlete - Tyler Sheffield, Most Valuable Field Athlete - Sashi Popke, Most Improved Athlete - Juan Cuellar, Outstanding Senior Award - Jacob Korf, Outstanding Freshmen Award - Trenten Zahn and Ignacio Cuevas.

  • NHS Elects Officers for 2018-2019

    NHS Officers

    The National Honor Society at Whitewater High School is pleased to announce the names of new officers for the 2018-2019 school year! From left to right are Secretary - Madelynne Elworthy, Vice President - Catherine Yang, Treasurer - Alisha Parboteeah, and President - Natalie LaBreche.

  • Writers Acknowledged by Walworth County Arts Council

    Writing Awards

    Whitewater High School and The Walworth County Arts Council celebrate the recent successes of four Whitewater High School Writers: Rhiannan Carlock (not pictured) won 2nd Place and $200 for her prose submission "Heart Strings" at the county level, and Hailey Prager won 2nd Place and $200 for her poetry submission "The Silent Voices" at the county level. The Arts Council honored Hailey and Rhiannan at their banquet where the girls shared their writing and received their checks. Lydia Wiley-Deal won first place and $100 at the school level for her adaptation of the essay "The Stranger in the Photo is Me", and Maribel Alvarez-Pena won 2nd place at the school level and $50 for her college essay. The Arts Council thanks everyone who submitted writing and encourages everyone to participate again next year. Congratulations, Writers!

  • Whippets Take the Podium at State

    State Track

    The Whippets finished off the 2018 track and field season at LaCrosse this weekend. The weekend started off with excitement and anticipation as we climbed into vans for the trip. About 40 minutes into the trip, it came to a complete halt, with all traffic coming to a complete standstill for an hour and half due to an accident. It added a little stress to the morning, forcing some changes in the plan. But we arrived with plenty of time to get checked into our rooms and get ready for the meet to begin at 3 pm. Miranda Reynolds was the first Whippet to go. She cleared 4' 10" in the high jump, and then bowed out at 5'. She had some nice attempts at 5', but showed a little inconsistency, the result of only jumping in 3 meets prior to the state meet due to a quad injury. She was disappointed with the result, as she was hoping for better. She's been forced to deal with injuries at inopportune times each of the last two years, but she ends her high school career as one of the top high jumpers in WHS history, as only the 4th high jumper to even qualify for state. Sashi Popke was next up, starting what would be a very busy weekend. He got things going in the pole vault. He vaulted as good as he ever has, equaling his lifetime bet of 13'6". This meet, he cleared that bar without a miss. Unfortunately, 6 other competitors cleared the next height of 14', meaning Sashi would finish 7th, just one place off the podium. The 4x200m relay team of Tyler Sheffield, Will Leibbrand, Popke, and Jack Mayer had their prelim race on Friday, running a very solid race, and a very close race. The Whippets were edged out at the line by Aquinas by only .01 seconds. Oddly, in the second heat, the team from Wautoma managed to finish between the Whippets and Aquinas, leaving 3 teams within .01 seconds of each other heading to finals. On Saturday, the Whippets ran well again, equaling their seed from Friday, finishing 5th. The effort resulted with a trip to the podium, and the highest finish for the Whippets this weekend. The same 4 boys ran in the 4x100m relay and also competed both Friday and Saturday. On Friday, the team struggled a little bit, with a poor handoff almost costing the team an opportunity to compete on Saturday. They managed to sneak into finals with the last qualifying time. It was a chance for redemption. Saturday was a better race, but only enough to finish 8th overall. While they scored, it wasn't quite enough to make the podium. Their best race proved to be at Sectionals where they set a new school record. The final event of the weekend was the long jump, where Sashi got an opportunity to make one more trip to the podium. The timing of the event ended up less than ideal for him, as it fell right between the two relays he was running on. The 4x200 went first. Then he had to come back to the runway to get approaches in. He was ushered away for the 4x100 before he could make adjustments to his approach due to the headwind they were jumping into. After the 4x1, meet officials quickly ushered him back to the event even though he was supposed to be allowed 15 minutes to check out for his event. He put two of his jumps on the board and managed to make finals, seeded 7th. His one scratch was by a fraction of an inch, and clearly his best jump of the day. In finals, the wind picked up and not a single jumper bettered their jump. He finished 7th, and again 1 spot off the podium. Even without the medals, Sashi ended one of the best track seasons ever for a Whippet as just the second WHS athlete to qualify in 4 events for the state meet.