Why Choose Waterford Union High School?

  • #1 Ranked High School in Racine County
  • Staff ranked in the top 20% of High School Teachers in the COUNTRY
  • 14-1 Student to Teacher ratio
  • AP District Honor Roll for the State of WI (1 of 250 in the Country)
  • 51 Clubs and Sports
  • Waterford area was voted the Safest Place to Live in 2021

Contact Us 

Enrollment Specialist

Emily Castle

262-534-3341

ecastle@waterforduhs.k12.wi.us

Starting the enrollment process: 

1.) Email/Call Enrollment specialists with your interest.

2.) The enrollment specialists will need the student(s) name, date of birth, previous school district, legal guardian name, primary address, and proof of residency (Copy of current utility bill, lease/tax bill)

3.) The enrollment specialist will start the pre-register process. A student who transfers into WUHS will be put in the respective grade based on their credit attainment at the previous school(s). Official school records from previously attended schools will be requested by your new school.

4.) Once you hear from the enrollment specialist, you will receive instructions on how to create your Parent Portal in PowerSchool to complete the pre-registration process.

5.) You will also receive instructions on how to pay fees. This Parent Portal will also allow you to view students’ grades, check attendance, and add money to your student’s lunch account.

Open Enrollment

You may enroll your child in WUHS whether you reside within the district boundaries. We welcome all open enrollment applications during the state-wide enrollment window and also during the alternative process as well. Please visit this link if you would like to review the application or learn more and apply.

Can Open Enrollment Applications be Denied?

Both the nonresident and resident school districts may deny an application for reasons specified in state law.  If an application is denied by either the resident or nonresident school district, the parent may file an appeal with the DPI within 30 days. The DPI is required to affirm the school district’s decision unless the DPI determines that the decision was arbitrary or unreasonable.