Waterford Union High School

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Waterford Union High School
Waterford Union High School logo.png
100 Field Drive
Waterford, Wisconsin 53185
United States
Coordinates 42°45′47″N 88°13′6″W / 42.76306°N 88.21833°W / 42.76306; -88.21833Coordinates: 42°45′47″N 88°13′6″W / 42.76306°N 88.21833°W / 42.76306; -88.21833
Type Public
Motto Be prepared. Be responsible. Be respectful.
Established 1904
Superintendent Keith Brandstetter
Principal Daniel Foster
Enrollment 1100 (2012-13 school year)
Campus Rural
Color(s) Green and White          
Athletics conference Southern Lakes Conference
Mascot Wally
Nickname Wolverines
Yearbook Emerald

Waterford Union High School, more commonly known as Waterford High School, is a comprehensive public high school located in Waterford, Racine County, Wisconsin. Enrollment during the 2012-13 school year was 1100 students.[1]


Waterford Union High School offers courses ranging from remedial to college preparatory. The school offers 15 Advanced Placement courses and nine Honors/Advanced courses. The graduation rate is 95%, with about 75% of graduates pursuing some type of education after high school.[2]


Waterford Union High School offers twenty different sports with a total of 48 teams in various sports such as basketball, cross-country, football, gymnastics, soccer and tennis. The school's athletic teams compete in the Southern Lakes Conference. [3]

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  1. ^ Staff. "Waterford Union High School" (PDF). Waterford Union High School. Retrieved 6 November 2013. 
  2. ^ http://www.waterford-wi.org/waterfordarea_schools.html
  3. ^ Southern Lakes Conference

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