• Updated Office Hours: http://t.co/0cblAHaDa7
  • Summer school students learn to code! http://t.co/fqTNtALBZa
  • Alumni Class Reunion Information (1974 & 2004): Class of 1974, 40th Reunion We will be celebrating our 40th re... http://t.co/FfKG9U3MF0
  • School Supply List 2014-15: Download the school supply list for this school year. Some courses may provide a l... http://t.co/fDtgjDa66L
  • Employment Openings: Please note that Wilmot Union High School District only accepts applications on WECAN.  A... http://t.co/gHUkA64MmK
  • Boys Volleyball Summer Camp: Boys entering grades 7-12 are invited to the summer volleyball camp. The camp wil... http://t.co/3klNH5IM0V
  • HOSA Goes to Nationals: Six Wilmot HOSA members attended the National HOSA Conference June 24 -28. Congratulat... http://t.co/QzJUC7vjMG
  • Support German Exchange Program & Wash Your Car: Come support the German Exchange Program. They will have a ca... http://t.co/LbRrZnGh3P
  • Graduation Photos Available: http://t.co/3c8Z0Z5lh7
  • Colin Deady, Senior, Attends Business World at Edgewood College in Madison: Wisconsin Business World is a prog... http://t.co/bfobA4JWNd
  • Girls Volleyball Camp - Middle School 2014-07-28 1:00pm- 3:00pm Field House Comments: Rising 5th - 8th graders, cost for camp $30.00 Read more...
  • College Prep Basketball Camp 2014-07-28 6:00pm- 7:30pm Field House Read more...

Schweitzer named Mr. Wilmot 2013

Posted in: Student Life by T. Wetzel


Justin Schweitzer is named this year’s Mr. Wilmot with escort Haley Pacholski. Bennett Kothe was runner up with escort Brittany Loveless.


Spirit Assembly This Friday

Posted in: Student Life by T. Wetzel

The Sprit Assembly originally scheduled for 2/8/13 has been rescheduled for this Friday, February 22, 2013. The assembly will support, acknowledge, and celebrate the recent accomplishments of students involved in winter athletics, clubs/activities, and academics.

Welcome Back Digital Toolkit

Posted in: General, Student Life by T. Wetzel

We’ve made life as a Wilmot student a little easier by putting all of the updated documents you’ll need in one place. You may download them individually by clicking below, or download them all in this .zip file. All of the documents are PDF files so you can easily view, download, and save them. Even after this post expires, all of the documents are kept up-to-date on the “Students” page of the website.

Homecoming Slideshows Student Projects

Posted in: Academics, Student Life by T. Wetzel

Students in Mr. Wetzel’s new iDesign course were faced with the task of creating a homecoming slideshow. The students captured the photos, edited them, and then created slideshows using Apple’s iPhoto application. Continue reading to watch some of the slideshows.  Read more…

Passport to Paris

Posted in: Activities, Events, Student Life by T. Wetzel

Homecoming 2011: Passport to Paris

Official Facebook Page: http://goo.gl/dGzK7

Homecoming Court

Jared Henderson and Kayla Crosswhite
Kyle Weiher and Taylor Warmington
Tony Diaz and Taylor Beaudoin
Wyatt Kiel and Jorie Brenner
Elliot Crifase and Desiree Lenick-Pena
Sam Thurow and Amanda Hutchings

Dress-Up Days

Monday, October 3: Superhero Day

Tuesday, October 4: Color War! (Freshmen-Yellow, Sophomores-Blue, Juniors-Green, Seniors-Pink, Staff-Red)

Wednesday, October 5: Senior Toga & Underclassmen Mismatched and Crazy Hat Day

Thursday, October 6: Jungle Day

Friday, October 7: School Spirit Day

Trip Events

All Week:

  • Class hallway decorating contest
  • Lunch-time minute-to-win-in games
  • Dress-up days
  • All events will earn points toward the coveted Spirit Stick!

Powder Puff Football Game | Wednesday, October 5

  • Freshmen vs. Sophomores @ 4 p.m.
  • Juniors vs. Seniors @ 5:30 p.m.

Parade | Friday, October 7

  • Starts @ 5:30 p.m.
  • Downtown Wilmot, WI

Football Game | Friday, October 7

  • Kickoff @ 7 p.m.
  • Against rival Westosha Central

Bonfire | Friday, October 7

  • Immediately following the football game

Dance | Saturday, October 8

  • 8:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.

Students & Teacher Return from Italy & France

Posted in: Academics, Student Life by T. Wetzel

Traveling offers students moments to connect with new cultures, languages, and people through authentic meals, activities, interactions and conversations. Mrs. Fragale, WUHS teacher, escorted 16 Wilmot High School students and family members on an incredible learning and traveling experience throughout Italy and France in June. Traveling extends the classroom learning experience, for students may learn a great deal about literature, history, and art, but experiencing  a first-hand visit to the Louvre to stand before the Mona Lisa; or visiting the Palace of Versailles, the home of Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI and other French rulers; or traveling throughout the French Riviera, the home of the rich and famous and monarchy of the Rainier dynasty; or standing before Juliet’s balcony in Verona and writing a personal message on her wall; or climbing the steps to the top of the Duomo in Florence and the Eiffel Tower in Paris are experiences which enhance classroom learning to leave a life-long and lasting impression on the student travelers. The students also created new friendships, not only with each other, but with our companion students from New Jersey. Traveling enhances learning and life. This was Mrs. Fragale’s fourth student trip.

[By: Mrs. Fragale]