Westosha Central High School
|Westosha Central High School|
|24617 75th Street
Salem, Wisconsin, Kenosha 53168
|Type||Public, coeducational high school|
|Superintendent||R. Scott Pierce|
|Color(s)||Maroon and silver|
|Song||"Go You Falcons!"|
|Sports||Baseball, basketball, cheerleading, cross country, football, volleyball, golf, soccer, swimming, tennis, track and field, wrestling, gymnastics, softball|
|Rival||Wilmot Union High School|
Westosha Central High School is a public high school located in the village of Paddock Lake, Wisconsin, United States, near the border of the town of Salem. It serves students in grades 9 through 12 in the municipalities of Wheatland, Salem, Brighton, Paris, Paddock Lake, Trevor, New Munster, and Bristol. Parts of Trevor, Wheatland, and Salem are split between Central and neighboring Wilmot Union High School. The school was founded in 1952.
Westosha Central High School was originally named Salem Central High School. The name was changed to Westosha Central High School in the early 1980s, "Westosha" referring to the fact that the school was west of Kenosha as well as differentiating it from Walter Reuther Central High School, a special curriculum high school in nearby Kenosha. Westosha Central High School is usually referred to as "Central", whereas Walter Reuther Central High School is often called simply "Reuther."
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