Madison West High School
|Madison West High School|
|30 Ash Street
Madison, Wisconsin, 53726
|School district||Madison Metropolitan School District|
|Number of students||approx. 2,400 (2013-2014)|
|Color(s)||Maize and Blue|
|Athletics conference||Big 8 Conference|
|Mascot||Reggie the Regent (A lion)|
Madison West's advanced placement classes include French, Spanish, U.S. Government & Politics, U.S. History, European History, Statistics, Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Computer Science A, Physics, Chemistry, Environmental Science, and Music Theory.
The Madison West Science Olympiad team was begun in 1985. The West team placed in the top 10 in the national tournament in 3 consecutive years from 1989 to 1991, placing 2nd in 1989.
The 2012 boys' cross country team won the D1 state championship, making it their sixth state title.
The 2012 women's soccer team won the D1 state championship. It was their fifth title.
- Jim Bakken - Former NFL place kicker (St. Louis Cardinals); 4 time Pro Bowler and Professional Football Hall of Famer
- Tammy Baldwin - U.S. Representative (D-WI) (1999-2013) and US Senator (2013-present)
- Carol A. Buettner - Wisconsin State Senator
- Jeff Conrad - drummer for the band Phantom Planet
- Jim Doyle, class of 1963 - 44th Governor of Wisconsin (2003-2011)
- Reece Gaines - Orlando Magic (2003-2004), Houston Rockets (2004-2005), Milwaukee Bucks (2004-2006)
- Alexander R. Grant - Wisconsin State Assemblyman
- Beth Heiden - Olympian, Winter Olympic Games, and professional cyclist
- Eric Heiden - Olympic Five-Time Gold Medal Speed Skater at the 1980 Winter Olympic Games, and professional cyclist, 1986 Tour de France
- Phil Hellmuth - professional poker player
- Dan Immerfall - Olympic Speed Skater 1976, 1980
- Barbara Lorman - Wisconsin State Senator
- David Maraniss - Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author
- Ward Moorehouse - anti-corporate activist, publisher
- Jay Mortenson - Olympic gold medalist in swimming at 1988 Summer Olympic Games in Seoul, Korea.
- Cyrus Nowrasteh - filmmaker
- Sarayu Rao - actress
- David L. Rose - U.S. business executive
- Leo Sidran - musician
- Charles P. Smith - Wisconsin State Treasurer
- John Stamstad - ultra-endurance mountain bike racer and trail runner, member of the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame
- Scott Stantis - editorial cartoonist for The Chicago Tribune and creator of the comic strips The Buckets and Prickly City
- Tim Stracka - former NFL tight end, Cleveland Browns (1983-1984)
- Chris Tallman - actor
- Randy Gage - National Hall of Fame professional speaker and author
- Donnel Thompson - Pittsburgh Steelers (2000), Indianapolis Colts (2002)
- Stu Voigt - former NFL tight end, Minnesota Vikings (1970-1980)
- JD Walsh - actor
- Marc Webb - film director of (500) Days of Summer and The Amazing Spider-Man
- Bob Whitsitt - General Manager of the NBA Portland Trail Blazers and Seattle SuperSonics, NFL Seattle Seahawks. NBA Executive of the Year 1994.
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- TARC 2009 Contest Standings
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