High School Office
- December 22 & 23 ~ 7am – 3 pm
- December 24, 25 & 26 ~ Closed
- December 29 & 30 ~ 7am – 3pm
- December 31 ~ Closed
- January 1 & 2 ~ Closed
District Office Hours
- December 22 – January 2 ~ Closed
On Mon. January, 19th and Tue. January, 20th Link Crew is hosting Cocoa and Cram from 2:45p – 3:30p in the library. All freshmen students are invited to study for […]Read more…
For the second consecutive year, Wilmot Union High School has made The Daily Beast’s Top Ranked High Schools. The full list of schools can be seen here. Feel free to spread […]Read more…
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Everyday seems to be busy here at WUHS. So we’ve pulled out some significant dates you should be aware of. Please take note of these important events and mark them […]Read more…
As a professional learning community, Wilmot Union High School's core purpose is to ensure our students are college, career, and civic ready by fostering a culture of life-long learning.
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Chaos & Creation, Part VII, an all-school Drama Club talent show, will be held on Saturday, January 17th at 6:00 p.m. in the Wilmot High School’s Lance Haas Auditorium. An outstanding group of student performers will provide a variety of song, dance, skits, and monologues. A portion of the proceeds will provide one or more scholarships for students majoring in the arts. All tickets are $5 and will be sold at the door the night of the performance. We hope to see you at the show on Saturday night, January 17th at 6:00 p.m.
Contact Deborah Fragale at email@example.com or at 262/862-2351 extension 148 for more information on this show and the upcoming musical, Legally Blonde coming in April.
The Wilmot boys basketball program is hosting a night of professional wrestling Saturday, Dec. 13, beginning at 7 p.m. The roster from the POWW Entertainment Company, based in Northern Illinois, will be on hand with a full show of eight action-packed matches featuring Good vs. Evil, a night that is certain to entertain the crowd and help our basketball program in the process. Tickets are $10 for general admission and $15 for floor seating and can be purchased from any Wilmot basketball player, coach or at the door the night of the show. Concessions will be available and there will be raffles throughout the show. A post-party open to all ages will be held at the Twin Lakes Country Club. For more information, contact Dan Truttschel at firstname.lastname@example.org. Come out support your Panthers and enjoy a night of entertainment at the same time!
For the second consecutive year two teams from Wilmot have qualified to compete in the state finals of the Finance and Investment Challenge Bowl. Besides the Panthers, all three public high schools from Racine fielded multiple teams and were joined by a very competitive group from East Troy.
The team of Johny Weber, Carl Simmons, Carlie Banchi, and Joey Burba went a perfect 4-0 on the day and each participant was rewarded $25 cash for their first place finish. A second team consisting of Adrienne Elmore, Brad Jackson, Alyssa Gregory, and Mason Nindl put up a good fight narrowly losing in the championship match. Each of them pocketed $20 for their second place finish. In total, Wilmot students brought home $180 for their impressive knowledge of Finance and Economics.
Wilmot has won the Gateway Regional three of the five times it has been conducted. Prior to that, the Panthers won the Milwaukee competition in their first appearance.
The state finals will be held at Manpower Corp in Milwaukee in May. The Panthers took the state title last spring and the inaugural state championship in 2010. Wilmot is the only school to have won multiple state championships. To date, no school has won back-to-back state championships.
[Submitted by Advisor Mr. Serkowski]
Not resting on their laurels, or shall we say leis that they earned last year in Honolulu in the school’s first trip to nationals, the Wilmot Academic Decathlon team finds itself in unfamiliar territory. The Panthers are in first place in the state after the local level competition, they’ve placed second before, twice, but never in first after locals. Not only are they in first, they are substantially ahead of the 2nd place team from New Richmond. Wilmot posted a score of 21,925 points, which is 2,999 points ahead of the New Richmond team and over 2,000 points higher than Wilmot’s score at locals last year. Wilmot did this despite losing 2/3rds of last year’s scoring members from their second place finishing team at Nationals to graduation.
The Panthers are being led by junior Carlie Banchi in the honors division with 4,694 points out of a possible 6,000. Carlie’s total is the highest in Wilmot history. Close behind is another junior Carl Simmons who posted the school’s second highest all-time tally with 4,491 points.
In the scholastic division senior Johny Weber put up 4,126 points, tops for all Wilmot scholastics past and present. Junior Joey Burba added an impressive 3,817 points in the same division.
The nine member team is rounded out by juniors Angela Schumacher, Alyssa Gregory, Althea Disse, Mason Nindl, and Claudia Baker. Alternates include junior Ashley Dabbs and sophomores Alexa Lewis and Kyle Kostrova.
The Wilmot decathletes will now advance to regionals held at UW-Whitewater on January 9thwhere they hope to win their 5th straight regional title, propelling them to the state competition in March at the Wisconsin Dells. Winning a 2nd consecutive state title would earn the Panthers another trip to Nationals to be held this year in Garden Grove, CA., a suburb of L.A. and just miles away from Disneyland.
[Submitted by Advisor: Mr. Serkowski]
Come join the Zumbathon fundraiser for Wilmot Choirs. The Zumbathon will be held on Saturday, Nov. 22nd from 6:30pm-8:00pm in the Wilmot High School Maki Center. Admission is $10.00 at the door and it is for everyone ages 13 and up. Zumba is a fun, interactive workout for all fitness levels so come join the party!