Tomah Area School District
Tomah Area School District serves Tomah, Wisconsin, in Monroe County, Wisconsin, United States. The district serves over 3,000 students and includes seven elementary buildings, a middle school (grades 6-8), a high school (grades 9-12), an alternative school (grades 6-age 20), and a Montessori Public Charter School (grades 4K-3). The TASD Superintendent is Cindy Zahrte.
- Camp Douglas Elementary (grades 3-5)
- LaGrange Elementary (grades 4K-5)
- Lemonweir Elementary (grades 4K-5)
- Miller Elementary (grades K-5)
- Oakdale Elementary (grades 4K-2)
- Tomah Area Montessori School (grades 4K-3)
- Warrens Elementary (grades 4K-5)
- Wyeville Elementary (grades K-5)
- Tomah Middle School (grades 6-8)
- Tomah High School (grades 9-12)
Tomah High School is located on 901 Lincoln Avenue in Tomah, Wisconsin. The principal is Robert Joyce.
Tomah High School offers honors and advanced placement classes. It has a pre-engineering program called "Project Lead the Way". The ACE Academy allows students to participate in architecture, construction, and engineering. The Jobs for America's Graduates Program (JAG) allows students to gain useful employment experience. A medical pathway CNA course is also offered.
German and Spanish languages are taught.
THS offers art classes, including AP art, graphic art, and media productions.
Tomah Area School District is a part of the Mississippi Valley Conference (MVC). The school's athletic teams are known as the Timberwolves. Sports offered include:
- Cross country
- Special Olympics
- Track and field
Extracurricular activities include:
- Performing arts (drama, instrumental music, vocal music)
- Academic competitions
- Service organizations
- Student government
- Leadership groups
Tomah High School's band performed in the 2015 Outback Bowl in Tampa, Florida. More than 100 students participate in band.
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