George Nelson Tremper High School
|George Nelson Tremper High School|
|Motto||"Student learning no matter what"|
|Type||public, grades 9-12|
|Location||Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA|
|Colors||Royal Blue and Scarlet Red|
George Nelson Tremper High School is a high school located in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Part of the Kenosha Unified School District, it was named after George Nelson Tremper, the principal of Kenosha High School from 1911 to 1944. The mascot of Tremper High School is the Trojan.
Built to relieve overcrowding at Bradford High School, the original 272,786-square-foot (25,342.6 m2) school was completed in the fall of 1964, with the first class graduating in June 1965. A successful referendum in 2005 gave the school a new, larger field house, team locker rooms, and a new weight room. In the summer of 2009, the cafeteria was remodeled and expanded into the original commons.
Clubs and activities
Tremper's yearbook, The Classic, has won the Journalism Education Association National Yearbook Best of Show Competition.[when?] The 2002 yearbook, Coming Up for Air, was awarded First Place, Best of Show in April 2003.[dead link] In 2006, the "Classic", Shift Within, placed second at the JEA/NSPA Denver, 2007 Conference. From 2006 to 2010 the yearbook was listed in the "High School Press Hall of Fame" by the National Scholastic Press Association.
Every year, Tremper Student Government organizes the largest student-led blood drive in Wisconsin, recruiting about 2000 donors. The Blood Centers of Southeast Wisconsin have verified its number one standing. The blood drive receives support from blood centers throughout southeast Wisconsin, who close down to send support staff and equipment to the school.
The athletic teams compete in the WIAA Southeast Conference. Athletic teams include:
- "JEA/NSPA Denver 2007 Conference Best of Show Yearbook 225-274". Retrieved 2007-04-30.