ATHLETIC FALL SPORT START DATES - 2023
|10- 12 Grade Football||August 1st, 2023||Lockeroom||7 am to 3 PM||Ken Krause|
|Freshman Football||August 1st, 2023||Turf||4pm-8pm||Jeff Huckstorf|
|Girls Golf||August 7th, 2023||Edgewood||Morning||David Cladis|
|Girls Swim & Dive||August 8th, 2023||Pool||7:30am to 10:30||Heidi Szczupakiewicz|
|Girls Tennis||August 8th, 2023||MHS Tennis Courts||
Varsity: 8-10 AM
Returning JV: 4-6 PM
|Cross Country||August 14th, 2023||MHS - Door 10||8:00am OR 2:45 PM
Details will be communicated in July
|Boys Soccer||August 14th, 2023||MHS JV Soccer Fields||6-8 AM, 1-5 PM||Chris Logan|
|Girls Volleyball||August 14th, 2023||Salentine Gym||12:30 - 3:00pm (Freshman)
6:00-8:30 PM (Soph-Seniors)
|Boys Volleyball||August 14th, 2023||Salentine Gym||3:30 to 5:30 pm||Calvin Krafcheck|
The Co-curricular Programs of Muskego High School are a vital part of our educational system. The primary purpose of these programs is to assist students in growing and maturing into responsible members of our school and community. In order to continue to provide the best experiences for our students, feedback on programming can be submitted in this form.
These clubs and teams provide students the opportunity to learn how to work in a productive relationship with a variety of people, how to deal with success and failure, the importance of self-discipline in physical and mental pursuits, and the ideals of teamwork and respect for other’s feelings and attitudes.
Check out the Co-Curricular Program Guide for the 23-24 school year: Co-Curricular Program
55 PROGRAMS - 1600 STUDENTS - 1 WARRIOR!
The Co-curricular Activity Program of Muskego High School is a vital part of our educational system and participation is open to all MNSD students. The Co-curricular Program consists of clubs, activities, and athletic teams. The primary purpose of these programs is to assist students in growing and maturing into responsible members of our school and community. These activities are, and will continue to be, an important part of secondary school life. Co-curricular activities may be referred to as the “other half of education.” These clubs, activities, and teams, provide students the opportunity to learn how to work in a productive relationship with a variety of people, how to deal with success and failure, the importance of self-discipline in physical and mental pursuits, and the ideals of teamwork and respect for others' feelings and attitudes. Respect, courtesy, honesty, and good sportsmanship are basic to good citizenship and should form the basis for all behavior. Since students involved in co-curricular activities represent their school, their behavior frequently determines the opinion others have of their school. Participants are expected to comply with a Code of Conduct which outlines the expectations for students participating in these programs. Go Warriors!