Kettle Moraine High School
|Kettle Moraine High School|
|School district||Kettle Moraine School District|
|Principal||Jeff Walters (2011-Present)|
|Color(s)||Navy Blue and Lightning Gold|
Kettle Moraine High School (KMHS) is a secondary school located in Wales, Wisconsin. It serves students from Delafield, Dousman, Eagle, Genesee, North Prairie, Ottawa, Sullivan, Summit, and Wales. It is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA CASI). Kettle Moraine was named a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence in 2002 by the U.S. Department of Education.  In 2009 Newsweek magazine ranked KMHS among the top 6% of public high schools in America.
The Kettle Moraine High School campus contains three charter schools in addition to the normal school, nicknamed "Legacy." Charter school students may participate in any extracurricular activities, including sports, open to Legacy students.
KM Perform, founded in 2011, teaches music, art, creative writing, and theater through workshops and seminars while students take math and science classes online or through Legacy.
The High School of Health Sciences (HSHS, HS2), founded in 2014, partners with Prohealth Care, Aurora Medical Center-Summit, and Medical College of Wisconsin to teach about biology and healthcare through hands-on experience.
Other clubs include: Academic Decathlon, Aikido Club, Best Buddies, Caretakers for the Environment, Chess Club, Chamber Singers, Chinese Club, Drama Club, FRC Robotics team, French Club, Gay/Straight Alliance, German Club, Global Action, Intramural Sports, Interact, Laser Jazz, Marching Band, Math team, Meditation Club, Mock Trial team, Model UN, Ping Pong Club, Spanish Club, SMART Team, and The Voice (the school newspaper).
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