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Every Graduate an Engaged Lifelong Learner

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. Doug Parker
UPCOMING EVENTS
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  • 1975 Alum to Speak at High Honors Reception

    Dr. Holly Humphrey, a 1975 graduate of Whitewater High School, will be the guest speaker at the High Honors Reception on Wednesday evening. Dr. Humphrey, board certified in Internal Medicine, is the Ralph W. Gerard Professor in Medicine and Dean for Medical Education at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. Prior to accepting her current position, she spent 14 years as Director of the Internal Medicine Residency Program at the University of Chicago. She is the immediate past Chair of the Board of Trustees of the ABIM Foundation and previously served on the Board of Directors of the American Board of Internal Medicine from 2001 to 2007, including a term as Chair from 2006 to 2007.    Dr. Humphrey’s scholarly work focuses on residency education, professionalism and mentoring. She has authored numerous peer-reviewed papers and edited three books including “Mentoring in Academic Medicine,” published as part of the series, “Teaching Internal Medicine,” by the American College of Physicians. She is the recipient of numerous teaching honors and awards, including being selected by graduating students more than 20 times as a favorite faculty teacher. She is a former President of the Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine and later received the Dema C. Daley Founders Award from that same organization. In 2009, Crain’s Chicago Business featured her as one of their “Women to Watch.” In 2010, Dr. Humphrey was elected a Master by the American College of Physicians.  An honors graduate of the Pritzker School of Medicine, Dr. Humphrey completed both her internal medicine residency and her pulmonary-critical care fellowship at the University of Chicago. She served as Chief Medical Resident before joining the faculty as an Assistant Professor in 1989. Dr. Humphrey was named the Ralph W. Gerard Professor in Medicine in 2012 and was the first clinician-educator at the University of Chicago awarded tenure.
  • Golfers Play 18 at Geneva National

    The Whitewater High School Golf Team traveled to Geneva National for the 2017 Lake Geneva Badger Invitational on Monday, April 24. The team golfed on the Arnold Palmer designed, 18 hole portion of Geneva National Golf Club. Beautiful weather accompanied the team as they finished with a team score of 408. Turning in the low round on the team was senior captain Jake Walton, who carded a 97. Junior Billie Jo Parker, scored a 102. Senior Whitney Treder turned in a score of 104. Sophomore Johnathan Swaffer rounded out the team scoring, carding a 105. The Whippets have two home events this week with Varsity in conference action on Tuesday and JV playing on Thursday. Both events are at the Whitewater Country Club.
  • Whippets Continue Winning Ways with Three Home Run Effort

    With the weather warming up so did the Whippets bats as they banged out 7 extra base hits in a 13-1 5 inning win over Parkview Monday night. The Whippets improved to 8-1 on the season and 4-1 in the Rock Valley Conference. Tyler Niemuth, Jordan Curtis, and Jason Curtis all hit home runs, and Jason Curtis picked up the win on the mound allowing 3 hits and 1 run with 9 strikeouts in 4 innings of work. Dylan Pease closed out the game with a perfect 5th. Jordan Curtis ended the night going 3-3 with a home run, a double, and 3 RBI’s. Jimmy Duval went 2-3 with a double, a triple, and 3 RBI’s. Alex Fero led off the 2nd inning with a double (1 of his 2 hits) and things started to roll from there as they scored 7 runs in the frame including Jimmy Duval’s bases loaded triple and Jason Curtis’s 2 run home run. In the 3rd inning Jordan Curtis led off with a double, and Tyler Niemuth hit a two run home run to left to stretch the lead to 10-0. In the 4th inning Jordan Curtis capped his perfect night off with a 3 run home run to right field to push the lead to 13-1. After a comeback win against Elkhorn where the team was limited to just 4 hits but lined out several times and had a number of really good swings, it came together last night as the team had 11 hits overall. The next game is at East Troy on Tuesday with the first pitch at 4:45. 
  • Marinkovic Wins the Car!

    Tyler Marinkovic and Katie Kuhtz were selected from 124 student Operation Click contracts as the finalists for Whitewater High School and attended the Operation Click banquet at Lake Lawn Lodge on Friday, April 21. Both students met all the requirements outlined in the contract, and WHS celebrates their success and good decision making. Tyler and Katie had the opportunity along with students from other Walworth County high schools to start a car donated by Kunes Country Auto Group and win that car. Tyler was the third student to pick a key and attempt to start the car, and when it started, he became the proud owner of the Chevrolet Spark. Tyler is the 3rd WHS student to win a car since the Operation Click program started in 2012 following in the footsteps of Alyssa Skindingsrude in 2012 and Brooke Trewyn in 2013.
  • Students and Staff Clean Up Whitewater in Celebration of Earth Day

    WHS students and staff celebrated Earth Day by having a Clean-up Whitewater Morning. Students in the WHS Recycling Club and Eco Bio class walked alongside local roadsides and picked up trash and recyclables for disposal in proper dumpsters. Almost 100 pounds of materials were collected. We felt the satisfaction of cleaning up our town and helping out Mother Earth. We hope that everyone treats every day as Earth Day and helps keep our planet clean.