• Girls Soccer Open Gym 2015-09-30 06:00am 7:00am Maki Gym Read more...
  • Golf:Girls Varsity Regional 2015-09-30 09:00am Wauwatosa West @ Broadlands Golf Course Read more...
  • Football Practice 2015-09-30 3:00pm 5:30pm Bucci Field
  • Volleyball Girls Practice 2015-09-30 3:00pm 5:00pm Field House Read more...
  • Volleyball:Boys JV1 Match 2015-09-30 5:00pm vs. Kenosha Bradford @ Wilmot Union High School - Field House- Main Court Read more...
  • Spin Class - Community Outreach 2015-09-30 6:00pm 7:00pm Room 214 Read more...
  • Team Glory Softball 2015-09-30 6:00pm 8:00pm Panther Sports Complex - Softball North Field Read more...
  • Cheerleading Practice/Tumbling for JV and Varsity 2015-09-30 6:30pm 8:30pm Maki Gym Read more...
  • Jr. Panther Girls Basketball Practice 2015-09-30 6:30pm 8:00pm Field House Comments: Fall Camp Read more...
  • Volleyball:Boys Varsity Match 2015-09-30 6:30pm vs. Kenosha Bradford @ Wilmot Union High School - Field House- Main Court Read more...
  • Yoga for Core Strength - Community Outreach 2015-09-30 6:30pm 7:30pm Dance Room 101 Read more...

Track Athletes State Bound

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These athletes worked hard to qualify for State which is held in LaCrosse this weekend.  Wyatt Heckel – pole vault, Jayden Jesse – 200 meter, Girls 4×400 relay team of Haylee Martin, Rachel Kostrova, Becca Alter and Maddie Martin, Austin Haag – high jump.

The girls relay team also broke the school record by 3 seconds with a time of 4:03.19.  And returning to State for a third time is Haylee Martin and Austin Haag.

Geography Bowl Champs Go 16-0

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The 16-0, 2015 UW-Parkside Geography Bowl Champs!

The 16-0, 2015 UW-Parkside Geography Bowl Champs!

These smart Panthers have done it again – 16 times actually. They are UW-Parkside Geography Bowl Champions. Juniors Joey Burba, Carlie Banchi, Captain Angela Schumacher, and Carl Simmons joined by Professor Rich Walasek who has organized the competition for 27 years.  Go Panthers!

[Submitted by Advisor: Mr. Serkowski]

Technology & Engineering students compete at SkillsUSA

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On June 28th, 12 of the best Technology and Engineering students traveled to Madison to compete in the state-wide competition of SkillsUSA. Matt Dowell, Cecily Fico, Anya Wank, Evan Orre, Jon Radtke, and Logan Sauders competed in Engineering Technology Design; Christian Rothmann, Mitchell Flaherty, and Jacob Corkins competed in Technical drafting; Nico Conigliaro competed in Architectural Drafting; Justin Walker competed in Welding; and Ryan competed in C02 Dragster.

All students represented Wilmot with pride and showed off what they know. The team of Anya, Jon and Evan brought home bronze medals in Engineering Technology & Design. Placing first as well as qualifying for national competition in Louisville, Kentucky is Nico Conigliaro. Congratulate these students if you see them!


Gildemeister Earns Platinum Status

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Congratulations to Jacob Gildemeister who received a Platinum on his WorkKeys test today! Marci Barr from Department of Workforce Development administered the test at WHS. She reported that only 1.13% of all tests taken in the state achieve this level. This was Marci’s first Platinum recipient.


Students Attend DECA ICDC

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Three of our MBA (Marketing & Business Association) students traveled to Orlando, Florida for the DECA International Career Development Conference. The students had a great experience competing, networking, and exploring the sights. Extra congratulations to Brendan Buhler for earning Top 10 in the World for his competitive event!


MBA Attends FBLA State Leadership Conference

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FBLA State Competitors hold the 3rd Largest Chapter Award.

Some of Wilmot’s MBA members traveled to La Crosse, WI to compete at the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) State Leadership Conference. The two day conference had workshops and tours for members to attend to increase their business knowledge as well as compete in business events. Students were able to tour the UW-La Crosse campus. Also at the conference students were able to raise money for the March of Dimes through a Miracle Minute and participate in a March of Dimes Walk. New this year students participated in a scavenger hunt using an app called Goose Chase where they could see their ranking with all participants at the conference. While at the conference students were able to show their participation in events by tracking their attendance using Credly badges.

Students who place in the top three of their event have earned the right to compete at National Leadership Conference. This year’s National Leadership Conference is being held in Chicago, IL on June 29 – July 2. Students who have competed have stepped up to the challenge.

  • Brittany Moore – Client Service
  • Summer Nicpon & Skye Grobarchik – Social Media Campaign
  • Mikayla Miller – Sales Presentation – 7th Place
  • Brennan Critzer & Jake Skinner – E-Business – 2nd Place
  • Brendan Buhler – Client Service – 1st Place

Brendan B. First Place, Client Service


Jake S. & Brennan C. Second Place, E-Business