• The Art of Poetry

    After studying Lord Byron’s poem, “The Destruction of Sennacherib” based on II Kings 18 and 19, seniors in Mrs. Goede’s British Literature class wrote their own Old Testament inspired poems and then turned them into pieces of visual art.
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  • Partnerships in the Trades

    The Wisco family extends beyond the physical walls of the school. Partnerships with local businesses are a rich tradition at WLHS. Recently, the vice president of Weather Tight Corp, Mr. Todd Schulz, spoke to a group of woodworking students about careers in the trades. Students especially learned about opportunities in the remodeling industry. These presentations are one more way the Wisco family helps students discover their God-given talents for service to Him and community.
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  • Feats in Forensics

    Congratulations to the WLHS Forensics Team for their Third Place Small Team win at the virtual Union Grove Tournament this past Saturday! Individual congratulations go out to Mercedes Rzepkowski ('21) (Fourth Place Finalist in Farrago), Luke Wegner ('21) (Third Place in Special Occasion), and Stephanie Noeske ('22) (Second Place in Farrago).

    This follows their accomplishments on January 30 at the Virtual Badger Polar Plunge Festival, where Zhongtian Wang ('23) , Hieu Than ('23), Sofia Chasco ('22), and Luke Wegner ('21) took Third Place, Oliva Hermanson ('24) and Valerie Kane ('22) took Second Place, and Stephanie Noeske ('22), Sam Li ('23), and Mercedes Rzepkowski ('21) took home First Place medals. Congratulations to the Forensics Team on their success!
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  • Old School History Project

    Students in World History and US History had the opportunity to hone their artistic abilities and writing skills in the Poster Project. Each student chooses an important historical person or place to highlight. Yes, they do use all of the latest software and apps in some of their other assignments, but this “old school” assignment is still one of their favorites and extremely beneficial!
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  • Art Department Welcomes Miss Hannah Leverence

    At the start of second semester, our WLHS art department welcomed art teacher Miss Hannah Leverence. Miss Leverence's new position will help accommodate the department's growing curriculum needs in graphic design and exploratory art. A 2016 graduate from WLHS, Hannah received her Bachelor's degree in art and education from Wisconsin Lutheran College. She's a familiar face around the high school, helping as a teachers aide for Summer Academy these past four years. Hannah says, "I’m humbled to come from a long line of Wisco alumni—every generation back to my great grandparents. I’m proud to follow in my grandpa’s (Kenneth Leverence, former Wisco math teacher) footsteps."
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  • Dream - Malena Norman (Honorable Mention)

    Artists Find Success in Scholastic Art Competition

    Two WLHS art students will have their artwork displayed at the 45th Scholastic Art Awards. Juniors Elaine Nguyen and Sam Qiu received Silver Key awards and will be represented at the virtual exhibition from February 6 through March 21, 2021 at mam.org.

    Lydia Hahm ('21), Lucy Li ('23), Lucy Lu ('21) and Malena Norman ('24) all received honorable mentions. 
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  • Wisco Steelpans Light Up the Stage

    On Saturday, January 23, Wisco Steelpans presented their first concert of the season. All three pan groups performed: Chi Ro, Ichthys, and Tragoudi. Junior Nathaniel Frisque was a guest saxophone soloist with the steelpans. The concert created an additional unique mood with special lighting and theatrical fog. Congrats on a concert well done by our student musicians!
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  • Math Devotions

    This last semester Mr. Marc Shambeau shared a short devotion with his math classes each day. Several of these devotions included students setting goals for the class and writing a short prayer, which they then displayed on his classroom walls. These goals and prayers are a daily reminder that they are striving for more than just A's in math classes, but are looking to keep a daily connection to their Lord and Savior. #SuccessMeansMore #WiscoMathRocks
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  • Los Reyes Magos

    We resumed class after Christmas break which happened to land on El Día de los Tres Reyes Magos in 2021. Traditionally, in Spain and much of Latin America, children receive gifts from "the magi" on January 6. Profe Hernandez commemorated the visit of the magi by dressing up and passing out gifts of candy to the jóvenes!
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  • Wall of Inspiration

    The brand-new Wall of Inspiration is up in our music hall! Check it out to learn more about the performers of Inspiration and about this vocal jazz group. Inspiration is a co-curricular which sings Christian contemporary as well as vocal jazz music. Membership is by audition only, and is determined each spring for the following school year.
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