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Wisconsin Hills Middle School supports the mission of the School District of Elmbrook through academic excellence, taking a personal interest in all of our students, a middle school house system, and a full slate of elective offerings designed to allow our students to explore their interest areas prior to high school.
Every Student is Successful
Wisconsin Hills offers a well-rounded and comprehensive curriculum designed to meet the needs of students with diverse interests. A leader in the integration of interactive technologies, with SMART Boards in every classroom, tablet laptops to support assessment and instruction, and SMART Response units and Document Cameras to facilitate just-in-time learning and assessment.
Opportunity & Excellence
Students at Wisconsin Hills have the opportunity to participate in an array of co-curricular opportunities, including athletics, forensics, and a variety of clubs, such as the ski, snowboard, and chess clubs. There really is something for every student.
Family Engagement is Key
Parents and families are central to Wisconsin Hills and are one of the reasons for our school’s continued success. Parents are encouraged to participate in the PTO and get involved with various school and district projects, committees, and groups.
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WHMS Art Department Proudly Presents 2016 Young People’s Art Exhibit at the Wisconsin State Fair ~ Congratulations to the following students!
Congratulations to all 33 WHMS students who competed at the State Forensics Competition!
Anvith Aravati, a sixth grader at Wisconsin Hills Middle School, competed in the state level competition for the National Geographic Bee in Madison on April 1, 2016.
WHMS's own Marisa Roth, 6th grade, wrestled her way to the top ~ State Championship in Madison, Wi.
WHMS Wrestlers competed at the WWF Regionals this past Saturday.
8th Grade Social Studies students listened and learned as they watched Carl Wilkens, World Outside My Shoes guest speaker, share what he witnessed and lived as a humanitarian aid worker in Rwanda.
Congratulations to our Battle of the Books state competition team!
Astrid Merritt, Stephanie Chen, Julianne Sun, and Shreya Ashok Kumar earned 7th place out of 154 teams competing in the state battle!
On March 5, 2016, the Wisconsin Hills Middle School MATHCOUNTS team took part in the Wisconsin State MATHCOUNTS competition located in Madison.