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Academic Decathlon State Champs headed to Hawaii

Posted in: Academics, Student Recognition by T. Wetzel
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Wilmot Academic Decathlon Team

Wilmot’s Academic Decathlon Team has won the state championship for the first time! The students’ eyes are set on Hawaii!

The team won the live Super Quiz Relay event in front of a loud, cheering crowd. The team won 5 of the 10 subject areas and received a trophy for each.

Katie O’Brien was the top scorer in the entire state, a Wilmot first!  She has a legitimate shot to be one of the highest scorers in the entire nation if she continues to study as hard as she has.

Katie (1st in Honors), Lauren McCluskey (3rd in Honors), and Savannah Rivers (1st in Varsity) were members of the all-state team.  Savannah has accomplished the feat 2 years in a row.

The decathletes earned 33 individual state medals (tying the Russians at the Sochie Olympics, except we took home more golds :) )  That shatters our previous best.

Arie Deeter earned a perfect 1,000 points for her interview.  She is only 1 of 6 students to ever accomplish this in the Scholastic Division in 31 years!  She’ll always be part of the state record book. Read more…

Wilmot takes second in Academic Bowl

Posted in: Student Recognition by T. Wetzel

The annual Conference Academic Bowl took place last night in the Lance G. Haas Auditorium.  Wilmot’s team finished 2nd out of 8 teams for the second straight year behind Waterford.

Four Panthers were first team all-conference: seniors Savannah Rivers in English Literature, Carter Dybing in Physical Science, Katie O’Brien (tie) in Overall Literature, and sophomore Carl Simmons (tie) in Biology.

Seniors Trey Turner and Neil Driscoll were second team all-conference in Physics and U.S. History respectively.  Each missed tying for first by one question.  Sophomore Angela Schumacher also placed 2nd in Geography.

Lauren McCluskey in World History, Alyssa Gregory in World Literature, and Ty Mulcahy in Algebra finished 3rd in conference for honorable mention honors.

The Science team comprised of Trey Turner, Nick Van Kampen, Carl Simmons, and Hannah Vozel placed first in conference.  The Social Studies, Literature, Math, and Current Events teams from Wilmot all finished 2nd in the 8-team field.

Clements Up For Athlete of the Week

Posted in: Athletics, Student Recognition by T. Wetzel

Kari Clements is up for WSN Sports Athlete of the Week on WISsports.net. Kari plays basketball and scored a career-high 30 points on 12-for-16 shooting, including 6-for-6 from behind the arc in the Panthers 66-38 win over Westosha Central on Tuesday. She also finished with 19 points and went over 1,000 career points in their 60-39 victory against Burlington on Friday. Voting is open until Thursday 4pm.

Marketing & business students bring home medals & head to state

Posted in: Student Recognition by T. Wetzel

On Saturday, 32 MBA (Marketing & Business Association) students competed at the FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) Regional Leadership Conference held at Menomonee Falls High School. We had 11 students bring home medals, and a few more received mentions.

Medaling at regionals was:
  • Jarad Meyer – Business Law
  • Felicia Johnson, Megan Pruess, & Kelsey Larson – Business Plan
  • Cameron Loveless & Josh Christiansen – Management Decision Making
  • Claudia Baker – Public Speaking 1
Receiving medals & going to State:
  • Abby Jenkins & Caitlin Griffen – Global Business
  • Brad Jackson, David Kogut, & Nathan Pror – Website Design
Congratulations to all competitors!

Student Artists Receive Scholastic Art Awards

Posted in: Student Recognition by T. Wetzel

Congratulations to Wilmot’s student artists and award winners in this years’ Wisconsin Scholastic Art Awards Competition. Wilmot has 4 Gold Key Recipients, 1 Silver Key, and 2 Honorable Mentions!

Congratulations to:

  • Hannah Barron
  • Cecily Fico
  • Samantha Klugiewicz
  • Gwen Threadgill
  • Kaitlin Gesky
  • Alyssa Gregory
  • Samantha Kirk

Wilmot’s Gold and Silver Key artists will have their works displayed at the Milwaukee Art Museum from February 1 to March 16. The awards ceremony will be held in Quadracci Pavilion of Milwaukee Art Museum on February 8. This is the largest number of Gold Key recipients we ever had!

AcaDec Wins Regional, Advances to State

Posted in: Student Recognition by T. Wetzel

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Wilmot Academic Decathlon team wins Regional – Advances to the state competition closely trailing 1st place team, a mere 116 points separates the two.

The Panthers easily won their twelve-team Regional competition posting over 3,500 more points than its nearest competitor.  This year’s overall Academic Decathlon theme is World War I. Read more…