Waupun Junior / Senior High School
Waupun High School

801 E. Lincoln St.
Waupun, WI  53963
(920) 324-5591
Fax:  (920) 324-6995

Principal:  Jeff Finstad
Assistant Principal: Steve Lenz
Junior High Assistant Principal:  Katie Grundahl
Activities Director:  Keith Milkowski

E. Lincoln St. under Construction

Road construction on Lincoln St. near the high school has been postponed to October 27th.  Once the construction starts, access to the high school from Shaler Dr. will be blocked.  Please access Lincoln St. from Watertown St.   We will update the website as soon as the Shaler Dr. access opens up again.  School will continue to start at 7:50 amPlease adjust your alarm clocks and our travel plans so you arrive on time.  Thanks.

Waupun Area Senior High FCCLA (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America)

FCCLA will be helping promote a nation-wide safe driving program called "Celebrate My Drive." 

We are encouraging students, staff, family, and community members to log in at www.celebratemydrive.com during the week of October 15 - 24 and commit to being a safe driver. 

The school generating the most commitments will win $100,000 grant and a private concert performed by The Band Perry.  The next 100 qualifying schools will win other prizes as well. 

So help support Waupun Area Senior High FCCLA and log in and make that commitment!

Parents of Athletes and Sports Fans!

If you would like to get notifications of game changes, please click on the High School Events and Athletic Calendar link found on the left side of the screen and then click on Notify Me.  You can receive text messages and e-mails when games are changed or re-scheduled.  It's easy.

Junior/Senior High School Mission Statement

Waupun Area Junior/Senior High School will challenge and engage students through innovative and relevant opportunities to develop essential life skills:

Communication Skills Problem Solving Skills
Interpersonal Skills Reading Skills
Self direction Skills  

Junior/Senior High School Vision Statement

To build and sustain relationships, to establish relevance, to provide rigor. 

Waupun Area High School is a member of the North Central Association and has been accredited by the Association since 1912. 

Waupun Area School District, the first in the State of Wisconsin, is a North Central Association accredited school district since 2006.

Welcome to Waupun Area Junior/Senior High School

It is our goal to provide an education for all students that will open doors to their future and set the stage for dreams to come true.  To achieve this goal we are committed to developing relationships with every student so we may understand their personal learning styles and goals thus allowing us to deliver a relevant and rigorous curriculum.

The staff is committed to improve student achievement.  We plan to do this by developing a curriculum that identifies the core knowledge needed to succeed in post-secondary educational endeavors.  We are dedicated to increasing the quantity and quality of interactions between all students and adults in our educational community.  We intend to personalize the education of each student and provide opportunities for academic success.  Our staff strives to use a variety of teaching techniques and assessments to accommodate individual learning styles.  We are also committed to created staff development opportunities that will provide our teachers with the skills that educate our students for the future.  Finally, we practice distributed leadership that allows parents, students and staff the opportunity to provide invaluable input into the decisions that influence our children.

We are determined to make
Waupun Area Junior/Senior High School
an elite high school.


The Waupun Area School District shall not discriminate in admission to any program or activity, standards and rules of behavior, disciplinary actions or facilities usage on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, age, national origin, ancestry, creed, pregnancy, marital or parental status, sexual orientation or physical, mental, emotional or learning disability in all matters concerning the public and individuals with whom the Board does business.