Congratulations to the Waukesha South Poms Team--2nd place in the Hip Hop division at the Badger State Competition in Sun Prairie
Coach Kaz Induction to the Waukesha South Coaches Wall of Fame, January 6, 2015
Lee Kaczmarek During high school, Lee was a four year letterman in golf at South Milwaukee High School. Lee earned a teaching degree from LaCrosse State University in 1966. He was a teacher and coach for 38 years. Lee started teaching social studies at Waukesha South High School in 1967. He retired from the Waukesha School District in 2004.
Lee's coaching accomplishments covered 38 years at Waukesha South High School. He was the boys head golf coach for 38 years. Lee started the girls golf program and coached it for 30 years. Lee had one WIAA State Team Championship, one second place finish, and 6 third place finishes. He had 31 teams qualify for the WIAA State Tournament. Lee had thirteen Conference Championships. His teams had 63 invitationals, regional, and sectional championships. Lee had 61 Blackshirt players compete in golf at the college level.
Lee was inducted into the Wisconsin High School Golf coaches Association in 2004. He was the National Coach of the Year. Lee won several State Coach of the Year awards. He was responsible for over 29 changes to the WIAA Rules and Regulations for High School Golf. Lee was the first golf Teaching professional to be named as the “Teacher of the Year” by the Wisconsin PGA/Wisconsin Golf Owners Association.
Lee is presently working for the Wisconsin State Golf Association Foundation which provides grants to needy High School Golf Programs.
Thank you Mr Joynt for participating in the Waukesha South Mustache Bash
Thank you Mr Ellinghausen for participating in the Waukesha South Mustache Bash
Join us on Sunday, February 8th from 1-3pm in the Waukesha South Fieldhouse for the most fun you will ever have while watching a band perform! The Waukesha South Band Boosters presents the University of Wisconsin Varsity Band for a show that is a fun blend of the well known “Fifth Quarter” and a high energy band concert. Enjoy music from Wicked, The Wizard of Oz and Queen along with Wisconsin favorites like the Chicken Dance, Polkas, and Varsity.
This show is truly fun for all ages – bring the little ones and let them dance along to the music. Bring your friends and family members and enjoy a festive day during the gray days of winter! Proceeds from the concert support both the Waukesha South Band Program and the UW Madison band program. Great Music and a great time for a great cause!
Tickets are $10 adults, $5 students, $5 for senior citizens and will be for sale at home basketball games. You can also purchase tickets online at badgerbandshow2015.eventbrite.com. A small convenience fee applies for the online tickets.
The Poms team will be a part of Badgerette "Kicking For A Cure" on Sunday, September 21 prior to the Komen Race For The Cure at the Milwaukee Lakefront. This will be their community service project to support the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. They will be a part of a group of dancers from around the state who will also create a pom wall on the "Komen Klimb" hill and cheer on runners for this cause.
The Cheerleaders participated in the Komen Race For The Cure at the Milwaukee Lakefront on Sunday, September 21.
The football players went to homes around Waukesha South High School asking families if they could rake their leaves.
Boys Cross Country
The boys cross country team did some cleaning at the Elmbrook Humane Society.
Girls Cross Country
The girls cross country team helped at the Food Pantry in Waukesha. They stocked shelves and helped replenish inventory.
The girls golf team spent time doing maintenance at their home golf course.
The boys soccer team did a food drive. All food was delivered to the Waukesha Food Pantry.
The girls volleyball team has been collecting new/slightly used children’s books for the children’s library at the Hope Cente
The girls swim team did a fundraiser for ALS and raised nearly $600.
The girls tennis team will be working at Atonement Lutheran in Wales. The group will be making crafts to donate to seniors for Christmas. They will also be helping with a bake sale.
Congratulations to Boys Soccer--Winner of Brown Deer Cup
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Turf Field. August 22, 2014
New football scoreboard
New soccer scoreboard
First day of Band Camp
We are so close to completion.
Final stage of the Turf Project---Laying the Rubber
Time to lay the rubber for the Turf Field. 119 bags. 2000 lbs per bag
Time for our school logo
Starting to sew in the numbers and hash marks.
Turf Project. July 24
Last piece of turf.
100 yards of Turf
Ten yards to go.
30 yards down and 70 yards to go
First piece of turf is laid on July 20 at 12:15 p.m.
Turf Project June 13. Day 13
Turf Project June 12 Day 12. (Working on the concrete curb)
Turf Project June 11. Day 11. (Rainy Day)
Turf Project June 10. Day 10. Start of the Concrete Curb
Turf Project June 9 Day 9
Turf Project Day 8 June 6
Turf Project Day 7. June 5
Turf Project Day 6 June 4
Turf Project Day 5 June 3
Day 4 Turf Project June 2
Turf Project. Day Three. May 30
Turf Project Day 2 May 29
Turf Project Day 1 May 28
Turf Ground Breaking Ceremony
Waukesha Turf Project
Waukesha North, South, and West Booster Clubs have each donated $25,000 each towards the Turf Project over the next five years. This has helped us reduced the money needed for the project to $75,000.
The Fields of Many Dreams (FOMD) project, a joint effort between Waukesha North, Waukesha South, and Waukesha West High Schools to install synthetic turf within all three stadiums received a significant boost this week. SC Waukesha has agreed to donate $500,000 over the next 10 years. To learn more about and support the FOMD initiative, please contact the appropriate person listed below.
Take a look at the information below regarding the Advertising Panels and the Brick Project for the Field of Many Dreams.
What's New in the Weight Room
What's New in the Weight Room
What's New in the Weight Room
New Football Record Board
Start thinking about getting the paperwork for your White Card for Fall Sports. Contact the athletic office if you have any questions. You can reach the athletic office at 970-3719.
A quality education is the foundation for a lifetime of richness and fulfillment that prepares individuals for living, not just earning a living. Students at South are a part of an educational tradition which began in the middle of the 1800s. Known as "Harvard on the Hill," the present-day South High School was the original high school in Waukesha County and has strong academic tradition which is coupled with a history of success in athletics and activities. Blackshirts strive daily to live out the school's mission of Learning, Growing, and Succeeding - Every Person, Every Day by working to their fullest potential in all that they do!
Monday, March 9
Boys and Girls Track
Monday, March 16
Monday, March 23
Monday, March 30
Boys Golf and Boys Tennis
Friday, May 15
Assistant Principal / Athletic Director
Athletic Director Secretary