Waukon High School
|Waukon High School|
|1059 3rd Ave. N.W.
|Principal||Dr. Mike Hardy|
|Color(s)||Orange and Black|
|Athletics conference||Northeast Iowa Conference|
Waukon High School is a high school located in the city of Waukon, Iowa. Waukon High School is the high school of the surrounding area. Some of these towns include: Harpers Ferry, Waterville, and Dorchester. WHS is also the only high school in the Allamakee Community School District.
The athletic teams of Waukon High School are known as the Indians. WHS is part of the Northeast Iowa Conference. The name "Indians" is named in honor of Waukon Decorah, a chief of what is now known as the Ho-Chunk nation (formerly the Winnebago tribe). Home of the great Parker Hesse. Parker plays football for the Iowa Hawkeyes. Famous for his game-winning "pick-6" against the Nebraska Cornhuskers.
In 2007 a brand new $16 million addition was built onto the Senior High building.
Previously Jr. High students attended a building separate from the Senior High. Both Jr. High and Senior High students will now use the new addition to the school.
- Mark Farley: University of Northern Iowa head football coach.
- Edward P. Ney, physicist and physics professor at the University of Minnesota
- Danielle Theiss (Jamieson): Dallas Cowboys Dallas Cowboys Rhythm & Blue Dancers DCR&B
- Parker Hesse, Iowa Hawkeye Football Player
- Waukon High School Website
- Waukon High School Tribe-une Newsletter
- Northeast Iowa Conference
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