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43 Hamilton HOSA students qualify for state

With the most students who qualified for state competition in Wisconsin, 43 members of Hamilton High School’s HOSA chapter moved on to the next level of healthcare-related competition. HOSA is a statewide organization of future health professionals, and 53 Hamilton members competed Jan. 11-29 in the virtual Regional Leadership Conference. Family and consumer education teacher […]

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Hamilton student earns second place in Microsoft certification

Hamilton High School freshman Chloe Paar recently learned that her score was the second highest in Wisconsin for Microsoft Word in the Microsoft Office Specialist Certification exam. Paar took the exam last semester when she was a student in Toni Hillmann’s Computer Applications class. Hamilton has participated in Microsoft Imagine Academy since the program’s inception […]

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Hamilton clubs compete for CTE Cup

In celebration of Career and Technical Education (CTE) Month, Hamilton High School student organizations will compete in the CTE Cup. Members of Skills USA, Graphics Club, DECA and HOSA will make greeting cards for the Send a Smile Foundation. Students will sign up, pledge $5 and create greeting cards. The club that makes the most […]

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Hamilton announces January students of the month

Hamilton High School students representing 12 curriculum areas were selected as students of the month for January. They are: Frederic Schomann, applied engineering and technology; Lily Krehbiel, art; Madeline Breger, business education; Jack DeGeorge, communication arts; Isabelle Langkamp, family and consumer sciences; Aidan Ash, fitness education; Sage Osesek and David Mercado, mathematics; Mia Traverse, music; […]

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DECA recognizes Hamilton’s Charger Corner

Hamilton High School’s Charger Corner earned Gold certification this year and will be recognized at the DECA Virtual International Career Development Conference in April. Hamilton students who worked on attaining certification were Ethan Nolan, Jacob Pfeifer and Ryan Roubik with assistance from faculty advisor and marketing teacher Amanda Fields. Hamilton is one of 246 schools […]

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HEF plans March 6 online fundraising event

Join the Hamilton Education Foundation on March 6 beginning at 6 p.m. as it celebrates 30 years of working with the community to support students and teachers. Participants may pre-register and view items at HEFCelebrate30.givesmart.com. Proceeds from the fundraiser will enhance, extend and enrich educational opportunities for students and educators in the Hamilton School District. […]

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Hamilton senior named Presidential Scholar candidate

Hamilton High School recently learned that senior Cynthia Yan was named candidate for the 2021 Presidential Scholars Program. The addition of Yan brings the number of Hamilton students named Presidential Scholar candidates to five. The other presidential scholars, who were announced earlier, are Ella Chevalier, Ellie DeCleene, Margaret Flynn and Nikhita Nair. The U.S. Department […]

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Hamilton drama to present “Our Town”

Hamilton High School Drama Society invites the community to the classic American play, “Our Town,” Feb. 12-14 in the Hamilton Fine Arts Center (HFAC). Shows begin at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and at 2 p.m. for the Sunday performance. Tickets are $7 and must be purchased in advance at www.hamiltonfinearts.com. Seating will be socially […]

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Four Hamilton seniors named Presidential Scholar candidates

Four Hamilton High School seniors were named candidates for the 2021 Presidential Scholars Program. They are: Ella Chevalier; Ellie DeCleene; Margaret Flynn; and Nikhita Nair. The U.S. Department of Education identified approximately 4,500 candidates among 3.6 million students expected to graduate from U.S. high schools in 2021. The U.S. Presidential Scholars Program was established in […]

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Hamilton students earn financial literacy certification

Students in Hamilton High School’s Personal Finance classes earned a 94% pass rate on the national Working in Support of Education (W!se) Financial Literacy Certification test, and four students earned a perfect score. Students with a perfect score were: Dax Brown; John Dow; Sean Magdic; and Katelyn Richter. A total of 98 students enrolled in […]

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