Good Luck to Reid McNeill at State Westosha Central Forensics Team Takes First Place at Home Tournament February 17 Westosha Central High School Open Enrollment 2018-2019 SMART Team Members Toured the Lab of our Research Mentor, Alison Huckenpahler, a grad student at the Medical College. Pictured is, Tasia Vassos taking a photo of Elizabeth Van Kammen's retina. Westosha Central FBLA
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Alumni Spotlight

Greg Spencer Class of 2003Greg Spencer

I graduated from Central in 2003.  While at Central, I was a three sport athlete participating in football, wrestling and baseball.  I was selected into the National Honor Society and was involved with Student Council as well.  

After my days at Central, I attended Carthage College, where coincidentally, I met Coach Mengel playing together on the football team.   We saw our greatest season our sophomore year playing football at Carthage on an 11-2 Conference Champion team that made it to the National Quarterfinals (two games short of a National Title).  

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News &

21st Annual Read Across America


@ Westosha Central High School
Thursday March 8, 2018

  • 9:00 - 10:30 am

  • 12:30 - 2:00 pm

RSVP by: March 1,2018
Please RSVP to Cheryl Halladay
halladayc@westosha.k12.wi.us262-843-2321, ext 313

Click here for more info

February Parent e-Newsletter

Read the February Falcon Focus

  • Principal's Message
  • Black History Month
  • Student Services 
  • Mathematics Dept
  • Junior Testing Feb. 27 & 28
    • (ACT & ACT WorkKeys)
  • Summer School Info
  • Advanced Placement
  • Academic and Career Planning
  • Virtual Program (NEW)
ACT & ACT WorkKeys Testing


Attention:  CHS Parents and Students

As part of Wisconsin’s mandated Balance Assessment System, all 11th graders are required to take the ACT exam on Tuesday, February 27, 2018 and the ACT WorkKeys on Wednesday, February 28, 2018.

February is CTE Month

CTE logoCTE Month celebrates the value of career and technical education for our students, the future workforce, and our economy. It’s a time to inform students, parents, educators, community members, and legislators about CTE programs, and their impact on our future.

Central would like to highlight the range of exciting opportunities available to our students to explore their career options and the benefit of those programs to Wisconsin industry and communities.

Business & Marketing 
Family and Consumer Sciences  
Technology and Engineering