Athletics/Activities

Welcome to Waterford Union High School, home of the Wolverines. Co-curricular activities are an incredibly exciting time of a student’s high school career. Through sports and clubs; memories are made, passions are found, leaders are developed, teamwork can be expressed, and hard work will have its rewards. At Waterford Union High School, we strongly encourage our students to work hard inside and outside of the classroom striving for excellence. We take great pride in providing the foremost coaches and advisors, facilities, and student athletes/participants. We are very proud of our students and their accomplishments outside of the classroom. The support and commitment from parents and the community are the building blocks behind the tradition built here in Wolverine Country.

Co-curricular activities offer a curriculum that provides life lessons that are often challenged by the emotions brought forth through participation, winning and losing, teamwork, and hard work. The students will be held accountable for their character and expected to uphold high standards as they represent themselves, their families, and the Waterford community.

 


Jill Stobber 
Athletic/Activities Director
 Phone 262-534-3189 ext. 7520

jstobber@waterforduhs.k12.wi.us

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Stacy McCormack
Athletic Assistant
Phone 262-534-3189 ext. 7525
smccormack@waterforduhs.k12.wi.us


General Information
Waterford High School is proud of our athletic and activity programs and the choices offered to our students. WUHS has 21 different sports that it offers to students in grades 9 – 12. Waterford High School is a WIAA Division 1 member school (D2 in basketball, Football, Gymnastics, and Soccer) and also a member of the Southern Lakes Conference. WUHS has 31 opportunities for students to get involved in a club or activity at the high school. The links to the left can provide you with more information about our athletic and activity programs.


Spring Sports Update-As of March 17, 2020

All spring sports are currently postponed due to the recent Governor Evers mandate that closed all public schools through Sunday, April 5th. WIAA rules do not allow any captain practices, open gyms, practices, scrimmages, or contests during this time.


2020-2021 Co-Curricular Code Meeting


Wednesday, May 12, 2020 at 7:00 pm in the Auditorium

Any student who has not previously participated in a sport or club at Waterford Union High School, must attend the code orientation meeting. 

This meeting is for all incoming freshman (Class of 2025) or any student planning to go out for a Fall 2020 sport.

 


 

 

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