Nicolet High School
|Nicolet High School|
|Location||Glendale, Wisconsin, USA|
|Colors||Baby Blue, Navy Blue, White|
Nicolet High School is a public secondary school located in Glendale, Wisconsin. It is the only school in the Nicolet Unified School District, which serves Glendale, Fox Point, Bayside, and River Hills. Primary schooling is administered by three feeder districts. The Nicolet Unified School district is one of the few school districts in Wisconsin to be made up of only one school. Its main feeder schools are Glen Hills Middle School, Maple Dale Middle School, and Bayside Middle School.
The school offers French, German, Hebrew, and Spanish languages.
Nicolet High School has a comprehensive Advanced Placement program that includes Calculus (AB and BC), Statistics, Computer Science, Physics (B, C: Mechanics, and C: Electromagnetism), Chemistry, Biology, Environmental Science, English Language and Composition, French Language, Spanish Language, Spanish Literature, German Language, Music Theory, American History, European History, Macro-Economics, Micro-Economics, Studio Art (Drawing, 2D, 3D), and American Government.
Nicolet is one of a handful of high schools in the state of Wisconsin to offer Microsoft Certification. Students earn college credit for each application they become certified in. Certification are available in 365, Access, Excel, SharePoint, Word and more.
Nicolet spends significantly more money per student than any other comparative high school in Wisconsin in order to ensure a high quality of education. In addition, its teachers, almost all of whom have a master's degree or a doctorate, are both the most-experienced and highest paid teachers in the state.
In 2013, as reported in an article by Beverly Taylor that appeared on CNN's website, five students from the high school got a perfect score of 36 on the ACT college entrance exam (nationwide, only 781 out of 1.66 million students got a perfect score in the graduating class of 2012). Of the 257 seniors, 50 got a 30 or higher that same year.
- Michael Angeli - journalist, screenwriter
- Monte Davidoff – co-creator of Microsoft's first product, Altair BASIC
- Randee Drew – professional football player for the CFL Montreal Alouettes
- David Einhorn - hedge fund manager, founder and president of Greenlight Capital
- Howie Epstein – musician, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
- David Evans - professor of geology and geophysics at Yale University
- James Goldstein - "NBA Superfan"
- Dan Grunfeld (born 1984) – professional basketball playerJjames bruner 1070 screen writer for movies Missing in action"
- Kato Kaelin – actor and key witness in O.J. Simpson murder trial
- Phil Katz – creator of PKZIP compression software
- Skip Kendall – professional golfer
- Michael Konik - author, television personality
- Mark Leno - American politician and first openly gay man to serve on the California State Senate
- AzMarie Livingston - fashion model
- Brian Lynch – Grammy Award-winning jazz musician
- Jacob Meister – 2010 candidate for President Obama's U.S. Senate Seat
- Thomas L. Miller - film and television producer, co-founder of Miller-Boyett Productions
- Lance Painter – former major league pitcher
- Rick Perlstein – author and historian
- Jack Rieley - record producer, former manager of The Beach Boys
- Sonya Robinson - musician and songwriter, 1983 Miss Black America
- Terilyn A. Shropshire - motion picture and television editor
- Tierney Sutton – jazz singer and five-time Grammy Award nominee
- B.J. Tucker – former professional football player for the San Francisco 49ers
- Joah Tucker - professional basketball player
- Mary Lou E. Van Dreel – Wisconsin State Assemblywoman
- Garrett Weber-Gale – Olympic gold medal-winning swimmer (2008 Olympics)
- Oprah Winfrey – talk show host (briefly attended; did not graduate)
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