Holmen High School

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Holmen High School
1001 McHugh Road
Holmen, Wisconsin 54636
United States
Coordinates 43°58′18″N 91°16′40″W / 43.97167°N 91.27778°W / 43.97167; -91.27778Coordinates: 43°58′18″N 91°16′40″W / 43.97167°N 91.27778°W / 43.97167; -91.27778
Type Public Secondary
Established 1912 (Union Free High School of the Towns of Holland and Onalaska)[1]
School district School District of Holmen
Superintendent Kristin Mueller
Principal Bob Baer
Staff 95
Grades 9-12
Gender coed
Age range 14-18
Enrollment 1,112 [2]
Campus type Closed
School colour(s)           Maroon and White
Fight song Notre Dame Victory March
Athletics conference Mississippi Valley
Mascot Victor Viking
Nickname Vikings
Rival Onalaska High School and La Crosse Aquinas High School
Average SAT scores 1760
Average ACT scores 26[3]
Newspaper The Viking Voice
Yearbook The Viking
School fees $200
Alumni Kristina Smaby (2009 Miss Wisconsin)

Holmen High School is a high school in Holmen, Wisconsin operated by the Holmen School District. As of 2016, school enrollment was 1,112. The current facility was opened in 1994 and was expanded in 2000. Holmen High School is a WIAA Division 1 school in sports and is a North Central Association Renaissance School.


Holmen High School offers Advanced Placement classes.

Holmen High is an NCA/Renaissance School. The Renaissance Program is an academic recognition/reward program in which students are recognized for their academic efforts by academic letters, plaques, and certificates; coupons from local businesses; parking privileges; special academic pep assemblies; and other incentives. Over 20 local businesses support the Renaissance Program. Students are also recognized for their academic commitment and achievements in the Renaissance Program through the Maroon high honor roll and White honor roll. Maroon high honor roll students must have a GPA between 3.67-4.33, and White honor roll students much have a GPA between 3.00-3.66. [4]


The school's sports teams have won five Wisconsin state titles: summer baseball, 1990; girls’ basketball 1995; softball 1999; and gymnastics in 2005 and 2006.[5] The gymnastics team came in third at the 2007 state championships, falling short in their attempt to win a third consecutive Division 2 title.[6]

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