Test scores and student data in this annual report were compiled from several sources. Wisconsin school districts are required to provide an annual report that compares local district data to statewide averages. Certain charts with statewide comparisons use 2012-13 school year data — the most recent available from the state Department of Public Instruction (DPI). The DPI tabulates local information with data from other Wisconsin school districts to determine school, district and state averages. In some cases, DPI data for the 2013-14 was not available and the most recent information from the state was used.
The Hamilton School District chose to provide additional information as well. In these cases, the most up-to-date information was used.
School-sponsored community activities are activities available to high school students that emphasize community service and involvement.
Note that these statistics pertain only to activities of Hamilton High School students.
Participation in cocurricular activities
The district offers a wide range of extra and cocurricular activities. The number of offerings is the number of activities available to students.
Participation rates are the unduplicated number of students taking part in activities divided by enrollment. Rates pertain to Templeton and Hamilton students only.
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Student programs & activities
Here are some of the programs headed by teachers that are offered at Hamilton High School and Templeton Middle School.
At the high school: Academic Decathlon, A Novel Idea (book) Club, Art Club, Band, Bowling Club, Chess Club, Club Action, Club Success, Club Unique, Creative Writing Club, CTV (Charger Television), Cultural Exchange Club, Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA), Drama Club, FIRST (Robotics), Forensics, German Club, Graphics Arts Club, National Honor Society, Photo Club, Ray Club, Rock Climbing Club, Ski & Snowboard Club, Spanish Club, Spanish NHS, Student Council, Trap Shooting, Troubadour (student newspaper), Ultimate Frisbee Club, Varsity Club, and Yearbook (LANCE).
Activities at the middle school include Chess Club, Drama Club, Forensics, Junior Robotics, Ski Club, Student Council, Yearbook Club, and World Language Club.
A wide variety of after school sports is also available to students in grades six through 12.
High school interscholastic sports include baseball, basketball, cheerleading, cross country, football, golf, hockey, pom pons, rock climbing, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track, volleyball, weightlifting, and wrestling. Middle school interscholastic activities such as cheerleading, cross country, basketball, football, volleyball, wrestling and track are also offered.
High school intramurals include basketball; middle school intramurals offered are basketball and volleyball.