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**THE PEPPERMINT PARTY WINTER SEMI-FORMAL DANCE HAS BEEN CANCELLED***
Due to low ticket sales,the dance scheduled for Saturday, February 6th has been cancelled.  Students who purchased tickets will be given a refund. 


Monday, February 8th

Attention Seniors - Empire Photography will be here to take the OFFICIAL Senior Class Picture is this Thursday, February 11, 2016 at the beginning of CAP. You will receive Picture Order Forms in CAP on Wednesday and they will be available to pick up at the time of the picture. Have Questions? Please see Ms. New or Ms. Garcia

Are you interested in joining the track and field team this season? There will be an informational track and field meeting during CAP this Wednesday with Coach Nigon and Coach K in the cafeteria. Check into your CAP first and then report to the cafeteria this Wednesday!

Student Council will be selling singing Valentine's in all three lunches Tuesday through Thursday for $1.00. Buy one for your sweetie or your friend. They will be delivered on Fri. Feb. 12. during lunch!

The soccer meeting that was scheduled for Thursday will take place on Monday Feb. 8th in room 206 during CAP

Attention all WAC students! Are you 16 or older? Do you want to help others in the community and get a sweet treat while doing so? Then sign up for the Central National Honors Society's blood drive during lunch this week! Every day, 14,000 people require blood donations. Every donation helps save 3 lives, and only about 8% of the population actually donates blood. If you have any questions or want to sign up, visit the front table at lunch.

Attention all boys interested in playing soccer next year! We will be holding our first informational meeting next week Thursday, Feb. 11 in Mr. Boklewski’s room, 262, during CAP. Again, that is Mr. Boklewski’s room, 262, during CAP! If you cannot make it during CAP, we will also be holding a brief meeting after school in 262 for those that could not make it during CAP.

Shirley Chisholm was the first African American woman elected to the House of Representatives. She was elected in 1968 and represented the state of New York. She broke ground again four years later in 1972 when she was the first major party African-American candidate and the first female candidate for president of the United States.

Friday, February 5th

The girls’ soccer meeting that was scheduled for Thursday will take place on Monday Feb. 8th in room 206 during CAP.

Attention all boys interested in playing soccer next year! We will be holding our first informational meeting next week Thursday, Feb. 11 in Mr. Boklewski’s room, 262, during CAP. Again, that is Mr. Boklewski’s room, 262, during CAP! If you cannot make it during CAP, we will also be holding a brief meeting after school in 262 for those that could not make it during CAP.

On February 12, 2009, the NAACP marked its 100th anniversary. Spurred by growing racial violence in the early twentieth century, and particularly by race riots in Springfield Illinois in 1908, a group of African American leaders joined together to form a new permanent civil rights organization, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). February 12, 1909 was chosen because it was the centennial anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln.

Wednesday, February 3rd

Attention football players and Central students, Stacey Andress will be signing his letter of intent at 3:00.m. today in the Auditorium. Please join us to celebrate this great accomplishment. Best of Luck to Stacey in his academic and football career!

Conservation Club Cookout this Saturday 11:30 to 1:30
Meet in Mr. Bromley's room on Thursday after school to sign up.
The Burgers and Brats will be sizzling this Saturday so stop in room 225 to sign up.

All Best Buddies members-
There is a mandatory chapter meeting this Thursday, the 4th, in the cafeteria during CAP.

FBLA Students please meet Mrs. Boyle right now in room 113 to prepare for regional competitions on Saturday February 6 2016. Thank you.

Black History Month began as “Negro History Week,” which was created in 1926 by Carter G. Woodson, a noted African American historian, scholar, educator, and publisher. It became a month-long celebration in 1976. The month of February was chosen to coincide with the birthdays of Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln.

There will be a meeting on Thursday Feb. 4th during CAP in room 206 for boys that would like to play soccer next fall and for girls that have signed up, or would still like to sign up for the spring season.

Decorators for the Winter Semi-Formal Dance are wanted! Helpers will sign a contract and will receive half off their ticket price. Dance helpers are wanted from 9am to noon on Saturday, Feb. 6th in the WAC Fieldhouse. Breakfast will be provided and 50% of your ticket cost will be saved if you attend and actively help decorate/set up for the dance. Please see Ms. New or Ms. Garcia for more details.

Winter Semi-Formal Dance
Tickets will be on sale today after school, tomorrow before and after school, and Thursday before school in room 118.
Please plan accordingly as tickets will NOT be sold on Friday.
In addition, if you are bringing a guest from another school, please have your guest pass filled out when you come to purchase your ticket in 118. Guest passes are located in the main office.

Principal's Message 

Welcome to the West Allis Central website.  On behalf of our staff at Central, Thank You for your investment in the future of West Allis students in your roles as parents, guardians, family, friends, and community members.  Together, we create a unique learning community, the comprehensive high school, that offers a full spectrum of opportunities for students to grow, learn, and discover who they are and who they want to be.  Read more...

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About Our school

Welcome to West Allis Central High School!

Central has a long and proud tradition of excellence as a comprehensive high school, offering a full range of academics, athletics, and co-curricular activities to provide a well-rounded, high-quality educational experience. High school is a special part of growing up, and Central provides academic course offerings that will enable you to explore your interests and develop your potential. In addition to the academic courses offered to help you earn credits toward your high school diploma, a wide variety of athletics, clubs, societies, and other social/educational opportunities are available for you to get involved outside of the regular school day. Our staff is committed to providing each and every student with the best possible education at Central High School, and to make the high school experience rewarding and fun. We look forward to the work ahead in partnership with students and families as we strive for excellence in all of our students.​

Be A Good Sport!

Acceptable Behavior

  • Applause during introduction of players, coaches, and officials.
  • Accept all decision of officials.
  • Maintain self-control in all circumstances.
  • Encourage surrounding people to display only good sportsmanship.
  • Show concern for any injured players, regardless of team.
  • Applause at the end of contest for performances of participants.

Unacceptable Behavior

  • Disrespectful, derogatory, harassing, taunting, intimidating, humiliating, or degrading yells, chants, songs, or gestures.
  • Use of profanity or displays of anger that draw attention away from the game.
  • Yells that antagonize opponents.
  • Laughing or name-calling to distract an opponent.
  • Booing, criticizing, heckling, or displaying anger with an official’s call.