Preparing Waterford Union Students for


All Waterford Union High School students will take a state mandated ACT in early spring of their junior year.  This test is offered during the school day and is a college reportable score.  In addition students may register with ACT to take the ACT on a National Test Date.  Colleges will use the best score for admission purposes when applying to colleges in senior year.

The ACT measures the knowledge, understanding, and skills that you have acquired throughout your education.  Therefore the best preparation for the test is successful completion of rigorous college preparatory courses at Waterford Union High School.  This includes a minimum of 3 or more years of math, science, social studies, and 4 years of English. Four years of math, science, and social studies is highly recommended.

ACT Prep 

This is an optional third-part class available for students through the ACT website.

ACT Test Dates

Students attending a college or university that requires SAT can find more information here


UW Help

Information on University of Wisconsin 2 and 4 year Universities, including a link to the UW online application

WI Private Colleges and Universities

WI Technical Colleges

Career and College resource for students

National College Fairs

Wisconsin Education Fairs

College Navigator

College Score Card

If you are looking to tour a college, please fill out this post-secondary exploratory form. 

Waterford Union High School Financial Aid Night

  • Early Fall

College Net Price Calculators

US Department of Education Student Aid Site

  • Preparing for college
  • Understanding costs/types of aid
  • FAFSA4caster

The Smart Student’s Guide to Financial Aid- FinAid!

  • Interactive calculators (EFC, savings, etc)
  • Ask the Aid Advisor
  • Glossary of Financial Aid Terms
  • Planning beyond financial aid

Free Application for Federal Student Aid – FAFSA

View the full list of scholarships by visiting this page. If you have questions please contact Mrs. Castle or Mrs. Duldulao in the student services office.


Apprenticeship is post-secondary education like a college or university. But there’s a big difference. Apprentices learn only a portion of their skills in a traditional classroom. They receive most of their training on-the-job, while working for an employer who pays a good wage. The employment is the primary requirement for an apprenticeship – a job must exist in order for the apprentice to be trained. The classroom instruction is usually provided through the Wisconsin Technical College system.

Register today!

Waterford Union High School encourages Juniors and Seniors to explore post-secondary education and career options. Up to two (2) days may be excused for this purpose and not count against your 10-day excused absence limit for Exam exemptions. When this completed form is submitted, your attendance will be changed to College Visit (CV). This form may be used for visits to colleges, universities, technical schools, military recruiters and/or job shadowing opportunities.

Waterford Union High School now offers students and parents the opportunity to plan their course of study through high school using Wisconsin Career Pathways.

Need more information?

The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development (DWD) is a state agency charged with building and strengthening Wisconsin’s workforce in the 21st century and beyond.

The Department’s primary responsibilities include providing job services, training and employment assistance to people looking for work, at the same time as it works with employers on finding the necessary workers to fill current job openings.

We are pleased to offer the opportunity to our seniors to apply for the GPS program. If you are interested, you can reach out to Mrs. Wessel ( for more information.

Are you a junior or senior who has a job? Did you know you could be eligible for early release and other incentives through the state? Contact Mrs. Meyer ( to learn more or visit the Department of Workforce Development Youth Apprenticeship website.

XELLO (formally Career Cruising) is available for WUHS students to explore a variety of post-secondary options.  Interest testing, post-secondary school searches, and information on hundreds of careers are available at the click of a button through XELLO.

WUHS students will use XELLO in the classroom and in individual meetings with their counselors.  Students will have every opportunity to explore post-secondary options, research careers, and build an Individual Learning Plan in XELLO throughout their 4 years here at WUHS.

Students must be logged into their WUHS Google Account to access XELLO

XELLO Student Link


Please view the list of Academic Awards. If you believe there is a mistake, please email Nicole Duldulao at

High school students can enroll for the 2022-2023 Gateway Technical College High School programs. These classes will take place during the school day, allowing students to leave to attend classes off campus. This is a free option (students may be charged tuition if courses are not completed successfully) available for students to earn college credit. Applications are due May 15, but students who turn in their application before March 1 will be given priority. There are currently six programs available that we will be offering. These courses can save you between $1,200 – $2,300. Contact Mrs. Meyer for an application!

Waterford Union High School has partnered with local school districts and businesses to offer job opportunities to high school students. You can find available job postings by visiting the WI Digital Job Board.

  • We know that a healthy home and family life helps to nurture academic excellence.  To promote healthy homes, minds and families, the Waterford School District is proud to offer the Student and Family Assistance Program (SFAP) through Aurora Healthcare at no charge to all Waterford School District students and families residing in the same household.

    This program provides students and families up to six goal-focused confidential professional counseling, consultation, or intervention sessions per family member, per issue to address personal, family or environmental factors that impact academic performance or personal well being.

    Sponsored by the Employee Assistance Program of Aurora Health Care, the counselors of the Student and Family Assistance Program have been serving Wisconsin families for more than 25 years.


    Help begins when a family member or legally responsible adult calls the program. Based on your needs, Aurora specialists will:

    • Connect you by phone with a professional counselor who will consult with you.

    • Schedule a confidential appointment with a program counselor for you or your family. Many times, a family’s concerns can be resolved within program sessions, saving time and money.

    • Assist with an insurance or community based referral, if your situation requires further treatment or additional resources.

    All services are confidential. No information about you or your family situation will be shared with school personnel without your permission.


    This varies from person to person. Generally, it’s wise to seek help when a problem:

    • Interferes with normal activities

    • Occupies too much of your time

    • Persists for more than several weeks


    • Academic pressures

    • Alcohol/drug issues

    • Anxiety and depression

    • Child/family issues

    • Divorce/blended families

    • Marital/relationship issues

    • Parenting issues and questions

    • Stress management


    The program also offers coaching for students and families at the middle and high school level who are going through behavior changes.  Topics for coaching sessions include:

    • Anger Management

    • Rethinking Drinking

    • Coping with Stress, Anxiety & Change

    • Marijuana Use

    For confidential, FREE assistance, call Aurora SFAP at 800-236-3231. You may also contact your Student Services staff member at your individual school for assistance or see the links provided for additional information on how or when to utilize the SFAP program.

Additional Services

Letters of Recommendation

Job Postings


Academic Career Planning

School Profile

Fox River Consortium

Honor Roll/Academic Awards

Post-Secondary Exploration Form

Above and Beyond

NCAA Eligibility

AP Information

Meet Our Staff

Nicole Werner
Nicole Werner Counselor
Student Last Name: A – E
(262) 534-3341 ext. 3401

Request an appointment with Mrs.Werner by using this form.

Jonathan Frey
Jonathan FreyCounselor
Student Last Name: F – K
(262) 534-3341 ext. 3402

Request an appointment with Mr.Frey by using this form.

Amelia Wessel
Amelia WesselCounselor
Student Last Name: L – R
(262) 534-3341 ext. 3404

Request an appointment with Mrs.Wessel by using this form.

Amy Meyer
Amy MeyerCounselor
Student Last Name: S – Z
(262) 534-3341 ext. 3403

Request an appointment with Mrs.Meyer by using this form

Nicole Duldulao
Nicole DuldulaoAdmin. Assistant
Student Services
(262) 534-3341 ext. 3400
Emily Castle
Emily CastleEnrollment Specialist
(262) 534-3341 ext. 3405
Karlie Seidl
Karlie SeidlSchool Social Worker and Families in Transition Coordinator- Homeless Education
Lynn Davis
Lynn DavisEdgenuity and AP Coordinator

AP Information

262-534-3189 ext.1426

Dana Sorenson
Dana SorensonSchool Psychologist
(262)534-3341 ext. 3406
Michael May
Michael MaySchool Resource Officer
(262)534-3341 ext.3409