In our continued efforts to protect students, staff, and families in the midst of the pandemic, we ask for your continued support to self-monitor your student for symptoms of COVID-19. We have combined vital information and safety measures into this Self-Monitoring Reference Guide linked here. This guide gives a walkthrough of what to do during school-based and home-based exposures, how to self-monitor your child for COVID-19 and more.
Throughout the Spring, several Elmbrook students took top spots in Math and Science Competitions. Among them were WHMS students, Kartik Ramachandrula and Joshua Wang, who represented Wisconsin in national-level competitions and qualified for Olympiad exams.
On May 8, a team of Wisconsin Hills Middle School students participated in the 2021 Virtual National Science Bowl (NSB) Finals. The team competed against 44 of the top middle schools across the country in a Jeopardy-style Science competition and finished in second place.
The School District of Elmbrook's Board of Education confirmed the Administration's recommendation of Brandon Buchmann as Associate Principal of Wisconsin Hills Middle School at its regular board meeting on Tuesday, May 11.
In April, three Elmbrook Robotics teams took home major awards at the FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC)! Team Hazmat, The GEarheads, and the Rising Rhinobots all took home amazing accolades from their work at the competition. Additionally, BEAST Robotics (a Brookfield Central/Brookfield East co-op) was recently announced as a finalist in the FIRST Infinite Recharge Skills Competition.
“Aykaluck Sutana deserves this award because his resilience and effort
as a student has brought about tremendous growth is all his subject areas.
Aykaluck not only shines with his academic efforts and growth, but he is
also a model of respect and kindness to peers and staff members at
Wisconsin Hills Middle School. His cheerful disposition brings smiles to
all who surround him.
He is the true personification of The Wildcat Way.” -- Mrs.Sarah Toellner
"Mrs. Toellner is deserving of this award because not only has she
taught us great English skills, she has also taught us skills that we
will use in the real world. She is able to make our learning fun and
engaging every single day. Her dedication to all of her students shows
that she truly cares about us."--Josie Seiler
Exceeds Expectations Rating
Score on WI Report Card
FIRST Lego League Teams
Place in the Mathcounts Regional Competition
2015, 2016 & 2017
Ski & Snowboard Club Members
Students Participated in the
2019 Production of "The Boyfriend"
Clubs & Activities Offered
Students Participated in
Mock Trial Club at
Waukesha County Courthouse