October 17th-21st, 2016

The Harlem Ambassadors and Milwaukee Bucks Rim Rockers are coming to Central on October 18 at 6:30 pm. This family event will bring laughter, comedy, slam dunks, and high-flying hoops!
At halftime the Milwaukee Bucks Rim Rockers, who have entertained across the world and at the NBA All Star game will also delight the crowd with their high flying trampoline dunking! With flips, 360’s , crazy pass combinations, and huge hang-time, the Rim Rockers will have the crowd on the edge of their seats!
Tickets are $10 and are available in AD Office or the Main Office!

This week, we had a CAP with 100% of CAP students in Spirit Wear last Friday!!
Congratulations to Mr. Carlo's CAP -- WAY TO GO! Enjoy the Traveling Trophy this week! A reminder to all CAPs, the Google form for the traveling trophy can be found at the WACTECH website under the CAP tab! Students, let your CAP teacher know you want to be counted!

Attention all Junior Varsity and Varsity football athletes. There is practice Monday. Everyone is expected to be present and practice Monday. Final assessments will be made today for the traveling squad to Rock Island Illinois. If you fail to make practice, that makes our assessment easy. Meet in the Cafeteria at 3:15 for film.

JMD Plastice is looking for 2 VERY OUTGOING students to work at the "TRAINFEST" model train show November 12 and 13 at State Fair Park.  You will be working their booth passing out flyers and talking with customers.  Interested students will need to provide their own transportation to the show and be able to work 9am-5pm both days and also attend training Saturday morning at 8:30am
Stop outside of student services at look at the Job Board for more information.

Senior photos may now be submitted for the yearbook. Senior pictures must be submitted by November 4th, 2016 (no later than 3:15 PM).  This year, all photos need to be submitted digitally. To do so, please e-mail your photos to: yearbookWAC@gmail.com. Be sure to include your full name in the subject line.
Please refer to the "Senior Picture" tab on our school's website or contact Mr. Dolnick or Ms. Gilbert for more information.

Senior quotes are due on October 21, 2016 by 3:00pm. Senior quotes must be school appropriate and can be no more than 140 characters." This year, all quotes need to be submitted digitally. To do so, please e-mail your quotes to:yearbookwac@gmail.com. Be sure to include your full name in the subject line.

Senior baby pictures are due November 18, 2016 by 3:00 pm. Digital copies are preferred, but hard copies can be submitted to Ms. Gilbert after school. Senior baby pictures can also be submitted digitally this year to: yearbookwac@gmail.com

Yearbook pre-orders are being taken through Infinite campus or in Ms. Gilbert's room afterschool in room 310 for. Checks can be written out to West Allis Central.

Are you trying to figure out how to pay for college? Stop in student services to sign up to meet with a College Access Advisor to get help filling out your FREE Application for Federal Student Aid - better known as FAFSA.  Please come to Student Services to schedule your appointment.



Principal's Message

The fall brings a flurry of activity along with shorter (and colder!) days.  Be sure to log on regularly so that you are current on upcoming events and activities for students and families.  It is also important to stay up-to-date on your student's learning.  If you need help or information to log into Infinite Campus to check grades, please call the main office at 3100 and they will help you with access.

High school students have busy schedules, often juggling the demands of school, work, co-curriculars, family obligations, and a social life.  Finding enough time for studies and balancing other interests can be a challenge.  If your student is experiencing difficulty in one or more of these areas, please reach out to a teacher, administrator, or counselor, or encourage your student to do so.  The sooner we are aware of an issue, the sooner we can offer support and help.  

Finally, as always, please encourage your student to eat well, dress appropriately for the weather, and get enough sleep.  We want every student to be at their best for the important work they do in school every day. 

Thank you, 
Dr. Amy Van Deuren

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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.