Hamilton High School’s Personal Finance students earned a 95% pass rate on the national Working In Support of Education (W!se) Financial Literacy Certification test, and 12 students were named Financial Literacy Ambassadors. To be named Financial Literacy Ambassador, students must[...]
Interested in watching the Hamilton High School Class of 2021 cross the stage, but can’t be there in person? You have two options to see the lifestream of the Hamilton High School graduation ceremonies: www.chargertelevision.com https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClGFyu9k3YT0op_KF45IHsA [...]Read More...
Hamilton High School students enrolled in Amanda Field’s second semester Marketing class completed the Fundamental Marketing Concepts certification exam administered by the A*S*K Business Institute. Sixteen students received industry certification. Arushi Ranasaria and Rashmi Majjgapu scored over 90% and were[...]
Hamilton High School students in Toni Hillmann and Brenda Savic’s second semester Computer Application courses completed rigorous technical training and earned Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification. Freshman Ava Zamora earned a perfect score on the PowerPoint exam. Students completed the[...]
Hamilton High School students representing 12 curriculum areas were selected as students of the month for May. They are: Miya Skinkis, applied engineering and technology; Tyler Vergin, art; Ava Zamora, business education; Chloe Schmidt and Hannah Conley, communication arts; Elaina[...]
Hamilton High School and Waukesha County Technical College (WCTC) are helping 10 students get a jump start on their careers while earning both high school and college credits. Students in the Dual Enrollment Academy are at WCTC from 8 a.m.[...]
Hamilton High School senior Hayden Hotchkiss was one of 20 semifinalists who competed May 22 at the state Jerry Awards. Students performed live at the Overture Center of the Arts in Madison and the competition was live streamed on YouTube[...]
The memory of their classmate who died of a rare brain tumor is motivating two Hamilton High School juniors to organize “Awesome Ali’s 5K” run-walk. Hamilton High School’s Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) Chapter is supporting the fundraising event[...]
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Goal: The district will provide adequate classroom learning space while maintaining existing buildings and infrastructure, as well as optimal student access to technology to enhance student learning.
The Hamilton School District is one of the highest-achieving, low-spending school districts in Wisconsin. It has a strong reputation as a student-centered organization that delivers an excellent well-rounded education. The curriculum is comprehensive preparing students for whatever path they choose following graduation.
Standardized test scores are consistently above national and state averages and competitive with the highest achieving districts in the state.
Hamilton Connects is a Hamilton School District parent network that promotes children’s success through information, support, presentations and guidance.
Teaching children about the value of money
Q: My middle school children do not have jobs and are asking for money all the time. How do I teach them about money when I am buying them things?
A: Money management is one of the greatest skills that we can give our children. A study on credit card use among college-age students revealed that the average student had 5.2 credit cards with an average balance for the most recent month of $1,423. Children are leaving home where they have been given everything. And, they have gotten used to nice homes, cars and vacations – expecting they should have these things in college as well. You can see how easily the debt can build up. Here are some things to consider: