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Hamilton students elected to HOSA executive council

Three Hamilton High School students were elected to the HOSA Future Health Professionals 2022-23 Executive Council at the Wisconsin State Leadership Conference. Manya Mehra will serve as vice president, Syria Gannapureddy as state secretary and Audrey McCrimmon as vice president of service projects. Hamilton High School family and consumer education teacher Colleen LaBlanc is the […]

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Hamilton HOSA students qualify for international

Hamilton High School HOSA Future Health Professionals chapter experienced success at the Wisconsin State Leadership Conference qualifying 16 students for international competition and seven students as alternates. Following are students who qualified for the June 22-25 HOSA International Leadership Conference in Nashville: Gold medal Rishi Kothinti – health career photography; Silver medal Riya Mathews – […]

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Prom court selected by Hamilton students

Hamilton High School juniors celebrated Prom April 23 at the Chandelier Ballroom in Hartford. The theme was “A Night in Paris.” Members of court, who were nominated by students and staff and voted on by students, were Erik Ewan, Sydney Vande Hei, Ella Paar, Maddisun Schutz, Emily Lang, Mackenzie Fitzgerald, Lucy Grimm and Ashlee Michalski. […]

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Hamilton named to America’s best high school list

For the eighth consecutive year, Hamilton High School was named to U.S. News & World Report “America’s Best High Schools” list. Hamilton is ranked 23rd among 452 Wisconsin public high schools and 947th among 17,843 U.S. public high schools. The ranking highlights the best public high schools in the nation after review of data to […]

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Hamilton to host Friendship Walk May 21

Hamilton School District invites the community to join this year’s Best Buddies Friendship Walk May 21. The walk will start at 8:30 a.m. on Hamilton High School’s track. Best Buddies senior students will be recognized at 9:30 a.m. with an end-of-year celebration at the football field pavilion. There is no cost to register, but donations […]

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Hamilton Future Educators Club awards scholarships

Two Hamilton High School alumni, Emily Sereg and Michael Barnes, were awarded $500 scholarships by Hamilton’s Future Educators Club (FEC). Sereg is a student at University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire and Barnes at Wisconsin Lutheran College, Milwaukee. To qualify for the scholarship, students must be a Hamilton graduate enrolled in a teacher education program […]

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Hamilton students qualify for state music festival

Hamilton High School music students participated April 2 in the Wisconsin School Music Association (WSMA) District Solo and Ensemble Music Festival held at Menomonee Falls High School. Hamilton band qualified 21 events for the state music festival. Students entered as individual soloists, part of an ensemble or both. A WSMA judge rated them on a […]

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Bruch named among GMC Scholar Athletes

Hamilton High School recently learned that junior Julia Bruch was named Greater Metro Conference Winter Scholar Athlete for girls basketball. The other scholar athletes, who were announced earlier, are: Samuel Behrndt, Matthew Kusserow, Tyler Moore, Scout Lauer – wrestling; Alicia Holzem, Madison Anderegg, Kamryn O’Dell, Aryiana Thimm, Emily Stevenson – girls basketball; and Alexander Eichmann, […]

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Hamilton students named GMC Scholar Athletes

The Greater Metro Conference named the following Hamilton High School students 2021-22 Winter Scholar Athletes: Samuel Behrndt, Matthew Kusserow, Tyler Moore, Scout Lauer – wrestling; Alicia Holzem, Madison Anderegg, Kamryn O’Dell, Aryiana Thimm, Emily Stevenson – girls basketball; and Alexander Eichmann, Jack DeGeorge, Connor Gissal, Braden Anders, Lucas Ruiz – boys basketball. Student-athletes have earned […]

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Silver Spring students win awards in essay contest

Two Silver Spring Intermediate School students earned awards for their submissions in the 2021-22 Elks Grand Lodge Americanism Essay Contest. Fifth-grader Miles Khoury took first place and sixth-grader Paige Thompson took second place in the Waukesha Elks Lodge 400 competition. The contest is for students in grades 5-8. This year’s theme was “What Does it […]

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