Welcome to Waterford High School Athletics!
Waterford Wolverine teachers, coaches, students, athletes, parents, and boosters have contributed to a sports program that is considered to be one of the top athletic programs in the state of Wisconsin. Please join us as we continue to promote academic and athletic excellence, outstanding sportsmanship and values that the Waterford community can be proud of.
We hope you enjoy the upcoming season in what should prove to be another exciting chapter in the rich tradition of
Waterford High School athletics.
Waterford High School is proud of our athletic programs and the choices offered to our students. WHS has 23 different sports that it offers to students in grades 9 – 12. Waterford High School is a Division 1 (D2 in basketball, Football, and Gymnastics) WIAA member school that is a member of the Southern Lakes Conference. Click on the links to the left to learn more about our athletic programs.
Waterford High School will be implementing the ImPACT Concussion Testing software this year to assist our team physicians/trainers in evaluating and treating head injuries for our student-athletes. ImPACT is a computerized exam utilized in many professional, collegiate, and high school sports programs across the country to successfully diagnose and manage concussions. Please fill out both the Health History Questionnaire and the Consent Form linked on the bottom of this webpage so your student-athlete can have the opportunity to take part in this concussion management program.
2013-2014 Athletic Code/Team Meeting
2013-2014 Co-Curricular Code of Conduct
2013-2014 Letter Jackets
2013-2014 Sports Information
WIAA Sports Physical Card
Impact Health History Questionaire - Consent Form
Southern Lakes Conference Website
Southern Lakes Conference rSchoolToday
(how to set up notification and access)
Go to :http://www.southernlakesconference.org. Click on Waterford School Calendar in the listing on the right side of the page. When at the Waterford rSchool site, click on "subscribe" or "notify me" and follow the steps to receive information.