Waukee Activities News

  1. Hima Joseph Named National Merit Semifinalist

    Waukee High School senior Hima Joseph was named a Semifinalist in the 2019 National Merit® Scholarship Program. Officials of National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) announced the names of approximately 16,000 Semifinalists in the 64th annual National Merit Scholarship Program on September 12. Joseph will have an opportunity to continue in the competition for some 7,500 […]

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  2. DM Register’s Prep of the Week Winner-Griffin Parker

    The following is the post made by the Des Moines Register: The Register’s Male and Female Athletes of the Week have been named for the week of Sept. 9-15. The winners are Griffin Parker of Waukee and Emma Lucas of Bedford. Parker, a senior golfer, won with 46.93 percent of the votes cast by readers. Lucas, […]

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  3. Casey Angstman Makes a Hole in One

    Congratulations to Sophomore Casey Angstman with a hole in one on hole #18 at American Legion Memorial GC in Marshalltown on Monday, September 17, 2018!  Way to go Casey!!!

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  4. HOMECOMING 2018

    HOMECOMING WEEK: SEPTEMBER 24-29* Septemeber 17 – Voting for Court September 24 – Voting for Homecoming King & Queen All WHS students will have the opportunity to vote for homecoming king and queen during advisory time. September 24-29 – Waukee High School Dress Up Day Themes Monday: We Go Together Day ( a twin/team/group dress alike theme) […]

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  5. Watch Live Football: Waukee vs. Valley

    If you can’t make it out to the game, please help us cheer on the Warriors by watching the game live.  The Friday night match up between the Warriors and Tigers on Friday, September 14, 2018 will be broadcast on CISN using the link below:  

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  6. Waukee Fall Scores

      Volleyball After winning 4 games at the Waukee Tournament on 9/15, the Warrior were defeated in a hard fought match with the #3 ranked Valley Tigers.  The Warriors are currently ranked 9th with a 13-9 record.  The next competition is at Mason City on 9/25. Girls Swimming The team beat Fort Dodge 122-64 on 9/17.  […]

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  7. Waukee High School Theatre Arts will present THE LARAMIE PROJECT and its epilogue play, THE LARAMIE PROJECT: TEN YEARS LATER

      In October of 2018, on the 20th anniversary of the events that inspired the production, Waukee High School Theatre Arts will present THE LARAMIE PROJECT and its epilogue play, THE LARAMIE PROJECT: TEN YEARS LATER . THE LARAMIE PROJECT focuses on the town of Laramie, Wyoming before Matthew Shepard’s murder and the aftermath that followed. Matthew Shepard was a […]

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  8. Warriors vs. TIgers Can Drive Competition

    LET’S BEAT VALLEY!   BRING YOUR CANNED/BOXED NON-PERISHABLE FOOD ITEMS to the home football game on September 14. Waukee High School will be participating in a canned food drive competition with Valley High School.  The gates open at 5:45 so you can bring your items and drop them off before entering the game.  The cheerleaders […]

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  9. WHS Stadium Guidelines

    To ensure safety and sportsmanship within our competition venues, the following guidelines have been created. We ask all Warrior fans and supporters of all ages, to abide by these guidelines. Go Warriors! STUDENT SPECTATOR GUIDELINES Waukee Community School District students are assigned to sit in assigned areas of the home side (west side) of Waukee […]

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  10. Waukee Wins Fourth Straight Bank Iowa Challenge Cup

    For the fourth consecutive year Waukee High School has won the Bank Iowa Challenge Cup.  The Challenge Cup is an award designed to recognize Iowa High Schools for academic excellence in the classroom and outstanding achievement during state competition in athletics and the fine arts.  Waukee scored 1930 points to outscore runner up Pleasant Valley […]

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