- At A Glance 2016-17
- Athletics Calendar
- 2016-17 Day Calendar
- District Calendar 2016-2017
- Daily Class Time Schedule
Stairway to Heroin - Tuesday October 25, 2016
The heroin and prescription drug abuse epidemic is very real, and we need to work as an entire community to address it. Prevention is hard to measure, but according to SAMHSA and MetLife, "kids who learn about the dangers of prescription drug abuse from their parents were significantly less likely to use substances than those who did not." We are providing an opportunity for community learning at South High School on October 25th from 6:00 - 8:30pm. Click here for a full brochure and more information about the event.
College and Career Fair at South!This event will be available to all students and families in the district, grades 6-12 on November 2nd from 4:30-7:30pm.
Having an issue with your eAchieve class?Please contact Mrs. Jurisch at email@example.com or view her calendar so you know when she'll be at South in the library at: https://goo.gl/VtazSR.
Youth OptionsClick here for information on our Youth Options Program.
Click here for more details about the program.
Click here for an entry form.
Financing Education Beyond High SchoolIf you missed the Financing Education Beyond High School Presentation, please click on the live link for the entire presentation.
College Preparation Information
University InformationWhat is the latest news and updates at all University of Wisconsin System 2 and 4 year schools? Click here to find out!
Staying Informed!The Waukesha for Learning and South Guidance team hosted a college admissions panel Wednesday April 13th, here at South for all district students and parents. Public and private college representatives answered questions that were drawn from parents all over the district. We hope to host more events similar to this one! More specifically, a School District of Waukesha College Fair with the tentative date of November 2nd, 2016 will be held here at South, so stay tuned!
Testing InfoRegistration for ACT - South code is 502-390
Mission StatementLearning, Growing, Succeeding, Every person, Every day!
Home of the BlackshirtsSouth High School is Waukesha’s oldest high school, long known for its outstanding educational programming. When South High School opened its doors December 2, 1957, it was known as Waukesha High School’s South Campus. The 1,460 students are served by 131 well-qualified staff members whose talents and abilities provide a good balance of structured discipline and adventurous learning experiences. The comprehensive curriculum provides opportunities for all students to succeed. Offered are 10 cooperative/internship education programs and nearly 200 course selections with advanced courses in art, business, foreign language, family and consumer economics, industrial education, language arts, mathematics, music, science, social studies, and information technologies. A bilingual program serves nearly 275 students. Opportunities for school involvement are great with 22 sports and 24 extracurricular groups offered to South students. Over 60 percent of South’s graduates go on to a four-year college and 20 percent go on to a two-year college. About 15 percent attend trade or proprietary schools and the remaining enlist in military service or directly enter the work world.
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Here are links to our all high school Waukesha 4 Learning presentation if you want more information about our Grading Process.Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4
State Report Cards
School Performance Report
Our goal is to be the BestThe attached document shows South's plan to maintain the best quality education.
Waukesha Academy of Health ProfessionalsClick here!
Waukesha Engineering Preparatory AcademyClick here!
NEW Athletics site!
Booster Club meets on the 2nd Monday of each month in the South library at 6:30pm. Anyone is welcome to attend to hear what is going on at South but only members are allowed to vote. Please join us, bring your ideas, learn more about South and meet other South parents.
Co-Curricular Code of Conduct Handbook
Activities and Clubsactivities handbook is to provide information about the many co-curricular activities that are available at Waukesha West High School.
Clubs and GroupsStudents who are knowledgeable of and who take advantage of our dynamic and challenging activities will find high school a meaningful experience.
Here is a small sample of the many great classes, clubs, and activities you can join.
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Waukesha South H.S.Phone: 262-970-3700
Health Room: 262-970-3715
Mr. Ryan Galante - PrincipalPhone: 262-970-3710
Mr. Jeremy Martin - Assistant Principal (A-K)Phone: 262-970-3713
Mrs. Maria D'Amato - Assistant Principal (L-R)Phone: 262-970-3711
Mr. Todd Sobrilsky - Assistant Principal (W-Z) and Activities/Athletic DirectorPhone:262-970-3712
Mr. Steve Fisher- Assistant Principal (S-V and Academy Students)Phone: 262-970-3737
Alli OlsonPhone: 262-970-3820
Mike FosterPhone: 262-970-3749
Theresa LealPhone: 262-970-3761
Thomas MancusoPhone: 262-970-3751
Adam FoxmanPhone: 262-970-1487
Tamara PlinksaPhone: 262-970-3838
Seni WeberPhone: 262-970-3829
Tim SmilanichPhone: 262-970-3832
- ESL Beg./Int./Adv.
- ESL Lab
- Bil. Language Arts - 9
- Bil. Language Arts - 10
- Bil. Government - 9
- Bil. World History - 10
- Bil. U.S. History - 11
- Bil. Economics - 12
- Bil. Math - 9
- Accounting I
- Accounting II
- Advertising and Marketing
- Business Communications
- Business Coop Program
- Business Law
- Business Occupations
- Computer Applications 1
- Computer Applications 2
- Advanced Keyboarding
- Leadership for Tomorrow
- Marketing Coop Program
- Advanced Marketing
- Personal Financial Planning
- Sales and Marketing
- Sports Event Marketing
- A DECA Presentation
Marija MladenovicPhone: 262-970-1409
Janet BaerPhone: 262-970-3836
Erin MartinPhone: 262-970-3841
William ThorpePhone: 262-970-3839
Gretchen EgnerPhone: 262-970-3831
Ken HirschPhone: 262-970-3837
Alyssa SpaudePhone: 262-970-3830
Ashlee Kuhry-LarsenPhone: 262-970-1523
Erin RichardsPhone: 262-970-3276
Anne MeyerPhone: 262-970-1197
Carrie Gott - School Social WorkerPhone: 262-970-3733
Melanie Foreman - All Students last names: (A-K / 10th-12th graders only)Phone: 262-970-3726
Paul Darling - All Students last names: (L-Z / 10th-12th graders only)Phone: 262-970-3727
Jean Ann Marrazzo AVID and Health and Engineering Academy Students
10th-12th graders onlyPhone: 262-970-3729
Karen Woelfel - All 9th grade studentsPhone: 262-970-1833
What We Can Help You With
Mary Beth Haas: Library Media SpecialistPhone: 262-970-3870
Kathy Mayer: Library SecretaryPhone: 262-970-3708
Andrew YepPhone: 262-970-3852
Dan SchreierPhone: 262-970-3840
Erica BurnsPhone: 262-970-3844
Adam McDonaldPhone: 262-970-3846
Morgan WeuvePhone: 262-970-3800
Joanne HartmanPhone: 262-970-3822
Susan MowryPhone: 262-970-1799
Shannon ReslerPhone: 262-970-3843
Steve GoetschPhone: 262-970-3821
AJ RaebelPhone: 262-970-2549
Betsy HelmersPhone: 262-970-3888
Emily McHughPhone: 262-970-3770
Laura Corado-KoeppelPhone: 262-970-3767
Ryan SchroederPhone: 262-970-3775
Cassandra BauknechtPhone: 262-970-1625
Kristin KendallPhone: 262-970-3700
Erik LoosePhone: 262-970-3810
Betty MonroePhone: 262-970-3826
Gina NordrumPhone: 262-970-3753
Chad SadowskiPhone: 262-970-3754
Maureen WaterstraatPhone: 262-970-1961
Darrell GramdorfPhone: 262-970-3700
Sarah ReardonPhone: 262-970-3700
Stacy EllingtonPhone: 262-970-3700
Stephanie KauPhone: 262-970-3700
Nate SchmittPhone: 262-970-3867
Fred SchroedlPhone: 262-970-2109
Andy WeberPhone: 262-970-3794
Andrew KeastPhone: 262-970-1351
Joe PaulPhone: 262-970-3789
- Desktop Publishing
- Intro to Transportation
- Building Trades - Co-op
Joseph AlvarezPhone: 262-970-1361
Donna MoranPhone: 262-970-3688
Maria MeyersPhone: 262-970-1262
Lindsey LemusPhone: 262-970-3848
- Attention Waukesha South Class of '67:
Our class e-mail is: firstname.lastname@example.org and our Facebook group is Waukesha South Class of '67
Coaches Wall of Fame
South Wall of Fame
Coaches Wall of Fame
Eligibility for Membership: Membership is open to coaches, who must have participated with distinction and / or made significant contributions to athletes at Waukesha South High School, as evidenced, for example, by the success of their teams and acknowledgement of their former student / athletes. Coaches shall be eligible for membership beginning five years after they have left Waukesha South High School or in special circumstances as determined by the Coaches Wall of Fame Committee.
Nomination Process: A candidate may be nominated for the Coaches Wall of Fame membership by any member of the community. Formal nomination shall be made using the official nomination packet. Nomination packets are available by contracting the athletic department or on the Waukesha South web page. Information relating to a nominee’s record and achievements must be supported by accompanying documentation or sources cited so that the information may be verified independently. All nomination packets must be received by the athletic department by August 1st of the current year, in order to be considered for induction into the next year’s class.
Once presented as an eligible nominee, a candidate who is elected shall automatically be reconsidered annually.
Coaches Wall of Fame Policies:
- 1. There will be a maximum limit of two inductees per year.
- 2. Inductees shall not have been convicted of a felony. If discovery of such felony should occur after induction, or while in the Wall of Fame, that person shall be removed from the Coaches Wall of Fame.
- 3. Two uniform plaques shall be awarded to honor each individual inductee. One plaque shall be presented to the inductee; the other plaque shall be placed on the display at Waukesha South High School.
- 4. Head and Assistant Coaches can be nominated.
- ·Distribute Nominations Forms Year Round
- ·Deadline for Nominations Forms for Induction July 1st
- ·Committee meets to look at Nominations Month of August
- ·Inform New Inductees Month of September
- ·Inform Public of New Inductees Month of October
- ·Order Plaques Month of October
- ·Award Presentation (Basketball Game) Month of January or February
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Counselor InformationMelanie Foreman: last names A-K / 10th-12th grade only;
Paul Darling: last names L-Z / 10th-12th grade only;
Jean Ann Marrazzo: Health/Engineering Academy and AVID students - / 10th-12th grade only; firstname.lastname@example.org 262-970-3729
Karen Woelfel: All 9th grade students:
Official TranscriptsOrder official transcripts through www.parchment.com. Directions for how to order can be found here!. If you graduated from South before 1993, then please use this link to obtain your official transcript.
School Lunch InformationTo find the school breakfast/lunch menus and nutritional information click here .
Free & Reduced Lunch Application (En Espanol)
Student Handbook 2016-2017
South Library Home Page
Ipad Information for Students
Year Books on SaleYearbooks $65 through January 3rd.
Information from Senior Parent Night
Work PermitsWork permits may be obtained in the Guidance Office from 7:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. or by clicking here. Please turn in your work permit material to Mrs. Blackburn, Mrs. Bohan or Mrs. Schloesser. Please contact Mrs. Bohan with any questions at 262-970-3703 or email@example.com .