</br><strong>Choir Trip to New York</strong></br></br>Members of Tremper's Concert  Choir, Women’s Choir, and Chorale took a trip to New York City.  The choir sang at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine and in Chatham, NJ for a Festivals of Music Competition.  Junior <strong>Colin Robertson</strong> received the outstanding vocal soloist award, and the choir received an excellent rating and earned first place in their choral AA Division category.  They also earned the Festival’s prestigious Espirit de Corps award for overall group sportsmanship and general conduct and attitude throughout the Festival process.</br>Students also visited the 9/11 Memorial and Museum and rode the Staten Island Ferry past the Statue of Liberty.  They sang in and toured Central Park, shopped in Times Square and on 5th Avenue, and saw a Broadway show.  They also toured Radio City Music Hall and visited the Top of the Rock high above Rockefeller Center.</br>The choirs represented themselves wonderfully and certainly represented Tremper and Kenosha in fine fashion! </br><strong>Choir Trip to New York</strong></br></br>Members of Tremper's Concert  Choir, Women’s Choir, and Chorale took a trip to New York City.  The choir sang at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine and in Chatham, NJ for a Festivals of Music Competition.  Junior <strong>Colin Robertson</strong> received the outstanding vocal soloist award, and the choir received an excellent rating and earned first place in their choral AA Division category.  They also earned the Festival’s prestigious Espirit de Corps award for overall group sportsmanship and general conduct and attitude throughout the Festival process.</br>Students also visited the 9/11 Memorial and Museum and rode the Staten Island Ferry past the Statue of Liberty.  They sang in and toured Central Park, shopped in Times Square and on 5th Avenue, and saw a Broadway show.  They also toured Radio City Music Hall and visited the Top of the Rock high above Rockefeller Center.</br>The choirs represented themselves wonderfully and certainly represented Tremper and Kenosha in fine fashion! </br><strong>Choir Trip to New York</strong></br></br>Members of Tremper's Concert  Choir, Women’s Choir, and Chorale took a trip to New York City.  The choir sang at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine and in Chatham, NJ for a Festivals of Music Competition.  Junior <strong>Colin Robertson</strong> received the outstanding vocal soloist award, and the choir received an excellent rating and earned first place in their choral AA Division category.  They also earned the Festival’s prestigious Espirit de Corps award for overall group sportsmanship and general conduct and attitude throughout the Festival process.</br>Students also visited the 9/11 Memorial and Museum and rode the Staten Island Ferry past the Statue of Liberty.  They sang in and toured Central Park, shopped in Times Square and on 5th Avenue, and saw a Broadway show.  They also toured Radio City Music Hall and visited the Top of the Rock high above Rockefeller Center.</br>The choirs represented themselves wonderfully and certainly represented Tremper and Kenosha in fine fashion! </br><strong>Choir Trip to New York</strong></br></br>Members of Tremper's Concert  Choir, Women’s Choir, and Chorale took a trip to New York City.  The choir sang at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine and in Chatham, NJ for a Festivals of Music Competition.  Junior <strong>Colin Robertson</strong> received the outstanding vocal soloist award, and the choir received an excellent rating and earned first place in their choral AA Division category.  They also earned the Festival’s prestigious Espirit de Corps award for overall group sportsmanship and general conduct and attitude throughout the Festival process.</br>Students also visited the 9/11 Memorial and Museum and rode the Staten Island Ferry past the Statue of Liberty.  They sang in and toured Central Park, shopped in Times Square and on 5th Avenue, and saw a Broadway show.  They also toured Radio City Music Hall and visited the Top of the Rock high above Rockefeller Center.</br>The choirs represented themselves wonderfully and certainly represented Tremper and Kenosha in fine fashion! </br><strong>Choir Trip to New York</strong></br></br>Members of Tremper's Concert  Choir, Women’s Choir, and Chorale took a trip to New York City.  The choir sang at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine and in Chatham, NJ for a Festivals of Music Competition.  Junior <strong>Colin Robertson</strong> received the outstanding vocal soloist award, and the choir received an excellent rating and earned first place in their choral AA Division category.  They also earned the Festival’s prestigious Espirit de Corps award for overall group sportsmanship and general conduct and attitude throughout the Festival process.</br>Students also visited the 9/11 Memorial and Museum and rode the Staten Island Ferry past the Statue of Liberty.  They sang in and toured Central Park, shopped in Times Square and on 5th Avenue, and saw a Broadway show.  They also toured Radio City Music Hall and visited the Top of the Rock high above Rockefeller Center.</br>The choirs represented themselves wonderfully and certainly represented Tremper and Kenosha in fine fashion! </br><strong>Choir Trip to New York</strong></br></br>Members of Tremper's Concert  Choir, Women’s Choir, and Chorale took a trip to New York City.  The choir sang at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine and in Chatham, NJ for a Festivals of Music Competition.  Junior <strong>Colin Robertson</strong> received the outstanding vocal soloist award, and the choir received an excellent rating and earned first place in their choral AA Division category.  They also earned the Festival’s prestigious Espirit de Corps award for overall group sportsmanship and general conduct and attitude throughout the Festival process.</br>Students also visited the 9/11 Memorial and Museum and rode the Staten Island Ferry past the Statue of Liberty.  They sang in and toured Central Park, shopped in Times Square and on 5th Avenue, and saw a Broadway show.  They also toured Radio City Music Hall and visited the Top of the Rock high above Rockefeller Center.</br>The choirs represented themselves wonderfully and certainly represented Tremper and Kenosha in fine fashion! </br><strong>Choir Trip to New York</strong></br></br>Members of Tremper's Concert  Choir, Women’s Choir, and Chorale took a trip to New York City.  The choir sang at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine and in Chatham, NJ for a Festivals of Music Competition.  Junior <strong>Colin Robertson</strong> received the outstanding vocal soloist award, and the choir received an excellent rating and earned first place in their choral AA Division category.  They also earned the Festival’s prestigious Espirit de Corps award for overall group sportsmanship and general conduct and attitude throughout the Festival process.</br>Students also visited the 9/11 Memorial and Museum and rode the Staten Island Ferry past the Statue of Liberty.  They sang in and toured Central Park, shopped in Times Square and on 5th Avenue, and saw a Broadway show.  They also toured Radio City Music Hall and visited the Top of the Rock high above Rockefeller Center.</br>The choirs represented themselves wonderfully and certainly represented Tremper and Kenosha in fine fashion! </br><strong>Choir Trip to New York</strong></br></br>Members of Tremper's Concert  Choir, Women’s Choir, and Chorale took a trip to New York City.  The choir sang at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine and in Chatham, NJ for a Festivals of Music Competition.  Junior <strong>Colin Robertson</strong> received the outstanding vocal soloist award, and the choir received an excellent rating and earned first place in their choral AA Division category.  They also earned the Festival’s prestigious Espirit de Corps award for overall group sportsmanship and general conduct and attitude throughout the Festival process.</br>Students also visited the 9/11 Memorial and Museum and rode the Staten Island Ferry past the Statue of Liberty.  They sang in and toured Central Park, shopped in Times Square and on 5th Avenue, and saw a Broadway show.  They also toured Radio City Music Hall and visited the Top of the Rock high above Rockefeller Center.</br>The choirs represented themselves wonderfully and certainly represented Tremper and Kenosha in fine fashion! </br><strong>Choir Trip to New York</strong></br></br>Members of Tremper's Concert  Choir, Women’s Choir, and Chorale took a trip to New York City.  The choir sang at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine and in Chatham, NJ for a Festivals of Music Competition.  Junior <strong>Colin Robertson</strong> received the outstanding vocal soloist award, and the choir received an excellent rating and earned first place in their choral AA Division category.  They also earned the Festival’s prestigious Espirit de Corps award for overall group sportsmanship and general conduct and attitude throughout the Festival process.</br>Students also visited the 9/11 Memorial and Museum and rode the Staten Island Ferry past the Statue of Liberty.  They sang in and toured Central Park, shopped in Times Square and on 5th Avenue, and saw a Broadway show.  They also toured Radio City Music Hall and visited the Top of the Rock high above Rockefeller Center.</br>The choirs represented themselves wonderfully and certainly represented Tremper and Kenosha in fine fashion! </br><strong>Choir Trip to New York</strong></br></br>Members of Tremper's Concert  Choir, Women’s Choir, and Chorale took a trip to New York City.  The choir sang at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine and in Chatham, NJ for a Festivals of Music Competition.  Junior <strong>Colin Robertson</strong> received the outstanding vocal soloist award, and the choir received an excellent rating and earned first place in their choral AA Division category.  They also earned the Festival’s prestigious Espirit de Corps award for overall group sportsmanship and general conduct and attitude throughout the Festival process.</br>Students also visited the 9/11 Memorial and Museum and rode the Staten Island Ferry past the Statue of Liberty.  They sang in and toured Central Park, shopped in Times Square and on 5th Avenue, and saw a Broadway show.  They also toured Radio City Music Hall and visited the Top of the Rock high above Rockefeller Center.</br>The choirs represented themselves wonderfully and certainly represented Tremper and Kenosha in fine fashion! </br><strong>Choir Trip to New York</strong></br></br>Members of Tremper's Concert  Choir, Women’s Choir, and Chorale took a trip to New York City.  The choir sang at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine and in Chatham, NJ for a Festivals of Music Competition.  Junior <strong>Colin Robertson</strong> received the outstanding vocal soloist award, and the choir received an excellent rating and earned first place in their choral AA Division category.  They also earned the Festival’s prestigious Espirit de Corps award for overall group sportsmanship and general conduct and attitude throughout the Festival process.</br>Students also visited the 9/11 Memorial and Museum and rode the Staten Island Ferry past the Statue of Liberty.  They sang in and toured Central Park, shopped in Times Square and on 5th Avenue, and saw a Broadway show.  They also toured Radio City Music Hall and visited the Top of the Rock high above Rockefeller Center.</br>The choirs represented themselves wonderfully and certainly represented Tremper and Kenosha in fine fashion! </br><strong>Choir Trip to New York</strong></br></br>Members of Tremper's Concert  Choir, Women’s Choir, and Chorale took a trip to New York City.  The choir sang at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine and in Chatham, NJ for a Festivals of Music Competition.  Junior <strong>Colin Robertson</strong> received the outstanding vocal soloist award, and the choir received an excellent rating and earned first place in their choral AA Division category.  They also earned the Festival’s prestigious Espirit de Corps award for overall group sportsmanship and general conduct and attitude throughout the Festival process.</br>Students also visited the 9/11 Memorial and Museum and rode the Staten Island Ferry past the Statue of Liberty.  They sang in and toured Central Park, shopped in Times Square and on 5th Avenue, and saw a Broadway show.  They also toured Radio City Music Hall and visited the Top of the Rock high above Rockefeller Center.</br>The choirs represented themselves wonderfully and certainly represented Tremper and Kenosha in fine fashion!


SPRING SPIRIT WEEK - APRIL 27 - MAY 1
MONDAY HAWAIIAN DAY
TUESDAY SPIRIT SHIRT or CLASS SHIRT DAY
WEDNESDAY SUPER VILLAINS vs SUPER HEROES DAY
THURSDAY WESTERN DAY
FRIDAY ELDERLY DAY

Events:  
Tuesday, Apr 28 Spring Spirit Assembly - 3AB - East Gym - click here for schedule
  Gateway High School Open House - PDF Flyer
4:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Racine Campus - Conference Center 1001 South Main Street, Racine
  Blue Jazz - 6:30 pm
  Campus Life Meeting - 3:05 - Cafeteria
  GSA Meeting - 3:05 - Room 139
  National Art Honors Society & Art Club Meeting - 3:00 - Room 123
   
Wednesday, Apr 29 Spring Jazz Concert - Auditorium - 7:30 pm
  Class of 2016 Meeting - 7:10 am - Library
  Class of 2017 Meeting - 7:10 am - Room 243
  Class of 2018 Meeting - 7:10 am - Room 143
  Red Apron Club - 3:00 - Room 143
   
Thursday, Apr 30 Thursday Pizza Sale - KEY CLUB - All Lunches
  Astronomical Society Meeting - 3:05 - Room 112
  Car Club Meeting- 3:10 - Room 202
  DECA Meeting- 7:00 am - Room 129
  Environmental Club - 3:05 - Room 139
  Key Club Meeting - 3:10 - Room 234
  Tech Club Meeting - 3:10 - Room 404
  Travel Club Meeting - 3:10 - Room 208
  Vintage Vinyl Club Meeting - 3:10 - Room 130
   
Friday, May 1 SADD Assembly - 2AB - Auditorium - click here for schedule
  Freshman Class Lock-In
Permission slips available by room 212 or see Mrs. Orth
Slips are due by Thursday, April 30th
   
Saturday, May 2 Prom 2015 - " Casino Royale" -The Parkway Chateau

Upcoming Events:  
Wednesday, May 6 College Visit - Job Corps - All Lunches - Room 202
  Spring Orchestra Concert - Auditorium - 7:30 pm
   
Friday, May 8 Senior Banquet - Italian American Club
     
Saturday, May 9 Breakfast with the Bands
     
Sunday, May 10

Tremper Golden Strings

Mother's Day Brunch & Show

For Tickets: thegoldenstrings.com

PDF Flyer

Friday, May 15
7:00 pm

Tremper presents

United For Kenosha

All Proceeds to benefit the United Way of Kenosha County

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50 Year Anniversary
Open House

Sunday, May 17, 2015

2:00 pm - Welcome and Music Department presentations
3:00 pm - Drama Performance
3:30 pm - Cheerleader & Trojanette Performances

BUILDING TOURS • ACTIVITY FAIR • DISPLAYS OF STUDENT WORK

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Summer School 2015

Below are the 2015 Summer School registration forms, a list of courses that Tremper HS will be offering, and the Early Start Strategies for Success registration form for incoming
9th graders (Class of 2019) only.

Registration for Summer School at Tremper High School will begin March 23rd in room 109.

Forms will not be accepted before March 23rd

Please note: Classes fill up quickly. Once capacity is reached, a waiting list will be created.

2015 Summer School
Registration Form
2015 Summer School
Course Offerings
2015 Strategies For Success
Registration Form

Tremper Renaissance and Academic Affairs

12th Annual Craft and Gift Fair
Saturday, October 3, 2015

Exhibitors Wanted

Applications are available on line at
http://tremper.kusd.edu/events/craft.html
or you may contact us at
tremperfair@kusd.edu or 1-262-359-2367

 


Tremper High School Trophy Case
Athletic Recognition Plaques

sponsored by
Tremper High School Athletic Booster Club

click here for information and order form


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