Neenah High School
Neenah High School is a public high school in Neenah, Wisconsin. It is part of the Neenah Joint School District. As of fall 2008, approximately 2250 students were enrolled in grades 9 through 12, making it one of the largest schools in the state. The school colors are red and white and the mascot is the rocket, although prior to the Cold War school teams were known as "The Reds". Neenah uses a semester schedule with seven classes, each of those classes are 53 minutes long. There are around 2,200 kids attending the school with 140 teachers, seven counselors, six administrators, and 40 support staff. Neenah has done comparatively well on its ACT scores. Neenah's ACT composite score was 24.3, the states composite score was 22.3, and the National composite score was 21.2.
The school consists of three buildings: the Neil Armstrong building, the James B. Conant building (formerly a middle school), and a large building connecting the two known simply as "The Link". Neenah High School formerly operated on a unique trimester system, but switched to a semester system for the 2011-2012 school year due to budget constraints.
Neenah's boys' basketball team finished second in Division I at the state basketball tournament in 2014.
- William Draheim, Democratic and Republican state legislator
- Dick Jorgensen, NFL referee, Super Bowl XXIV
- Kris Kelderman college and professional soccer defender and head coach for the Milwaukee Panthers men's soccer team
- Peter Konz, center for the Atlanta Falcons
- Wayne Kreklow, guard for the Boston Celtics
- David Martin, Republican state legislator
- Frederick Petersen, physiotherapist and Republican state legislator
- Donna J. Seidel, police officer and Democratic state legislator
- "Welcome to the official website of the Neenah Joint School District". Neenah Joint School District. Retrieved 2009-05-21.
- "WIAA basketball: Neenah falls to Germantown in Division 1 state championship". Appleton Post-Crescent. March 16, 2014. Retrieved March 16, 2014.
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