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Hello, everyone! Here is where you will find the July Open Swim Calendar.  Monday's are free admission, and Tuesday through Thursday are just $1.50 per person.  You may also purchase a family pass for only $15 per month!  As a reminder, if we have a swim meet taking place, no school, or an emergency maintenance, there will be no open swim for that night.  If this should happen, you will see a notification on the Warsaw High School's Athletic website.
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Kyler Bartol, son of Brenden and Dora Bartol, has been named the valedictorian for Warsaw Community High School’s class of 2018. He plans to attend Purdue University where he will major in biology. Bartol then plans to further his education through the pursuit of a medical school degree. 

Kyler's high school activities include serving as student body vice president on the WCHS student council during his senior year; participating in National Honors Society; holding internships at Kosciusko Community Hospital and Elements Materials Technology; and playing on the tennis team. Kyler also participated in Warsaw Community High School Blitz volunteering in his community. 



Zachary V. Howard, son of Mark Howard and Deydra Carpenter, has been named the salutatorian for the WCHS class of 2018. Zach's future plans include majoring in engineering at Purdue University. 

While in high school, Zach participated in FFA in many capacities such as chapter vice president his sophomore year, president his junior year and treasurerhis senior year. Within FFA, Zach placed in multiple state and career development events and participated in community service at the Young McDonald's Barn at the Kosciusko County Fair and Agriculture Awareness Day.

WCHS Awards Students, Staff During Annual Tiger Way Convocation

Warsaw Community High School recently hosted the annual Tiger Way Convocation to honor students for outstanding achievements in academics and athletics as well as staff for positively impacting students’ lives and education. Numerous businesses assisted in providing awards for students including computers, gift cards, complimentary services, food and even a car.


Among the many prestigious awards given to students was the perfect attendance awards. Winners were selected randomly from 17 students who had a perfect attendance all of 2017-2018. Third place winner with a $150 mini photoshoot with Jamie Plack Photography was Kyle Kuhn. The second-place prize was a $250-value level one membership to CrossFit Haymaker awarded to Payton Green. The grand-prize winner was Benjamin Bolduc with a free Saturn from Lucky 7 Car Sales.


In addition to perfect attendance, students with the highest GPAs were also entered into drawings at each grade level. At the freshman level, Bethany Gopefrich was awarded a shopping spree; Heather Rickert was awarded a computer; and Izabella Coffing, Caroline Hastings and Jillian Rackley were awarded gift cards. Sophomore winners included Mahalabella Gigous with a shopping spree; Abby Steffensmeier with a free computer; and Lia Perry, Toby Avey and Kayla Daniels with gift cards. Junior award winners included John Culbertson with a shopping spree; Cesar Buitrago with a computer; and Charissa Wilson and Kristen Coates with gift cards. Senior awardees were Kyle Rickert with a shopping spree; Morgan Smith with a computer; and Andrew Hawblitzel, Abigail Serbousek and Will McGarvey with gift cards.

Warsaw Community High School would like to thank the numerous businesses that helped make this event possible and enrich the lives of students and staff. Donors included: Wire and Steam (gift cards); Latte Lounge (gift cards); The Shop (free haircut); PTO (gift cards); Giverny (5 free classes); Boathouse (gift certificates); MudLove (bracelets); Nail Fiend (gift certificate); Male Fashions (gift certificate); Brooch Boutique (gift card); Crossfit Haymaker (Level one three-month membership- $250 value); Betty’s Cake Shop (10 gift certificates for one dozen cookies/cupcakes); LaTroje (gift certificates); Warsaw Cut Glass (retiree gifts); YMCA (40 free one-week workout coupons); Glam (gift card); Jamie Plack Photography (free mini session photo shoot); McAlister’s (VIP Meal coupons); Wildman Uniform and Linen (cash donation); Fort Wayne Tin Caps (10 free gift certificates for a game); Lucky 7 Car Sales (car for perfect attendance student); and Kelainey’s (coupons).

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Seniors, please join us on May 23 from 6-7 pm in the Black Box Theatre.
You will enjoy music, student and other speakers. Hope to see you there!
Graduation tickets are available in the guidance office for current seniors.  Students must complete a senior questionairre to receive the tickets.  Each senior is allotted eight tickes and we have over 100 students that have not picked up their tickets.

Also, if you still need to order cap/gown/tassel, you can do this online at  Orders should be placed ASAP to ensure prompt delivery.

If students are borrowing a cap/gown but need a 2018 tassel, we have them available for $10, only cash payments in the exact amount will be accepted.

Students that are NOT PLANNING TO PARTICIPATE in the graduation ceremony on June 8th, should notify Mrs. Barnes in the guidance office.

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