ATTENTION, ATTENTION, ATTENTION
ALL SUMMER CAMPS SCHEDULED IN THE MONTH OF JUNE ARE CURRENTLY POSTPONED OR CANCELLED!!
Wrestling - June 16-18 - CANCELLED
Soccer - July 20-23 - CANCELLED
Diving - June 22 - Aug 7 - START July 6th
Tennis - June 22-25 - CANCELLED
Girls BB - August 3-7 - NEW
Boys BB - June 15-19 - CANCELLED
Football - July 20-23, 25 - As Scheduled
B/G Golf - June 22-26 - CANCELLED
Softball - June 15-18 - RESCHEDULED to July 27-29
Baseball - June 22-24 - CANCELLED
Girls VB - July 25-26 - CANCELLED
MUSKEGO ALL-SPORT ACADEMY - July 27-31 - Grades 1-4 - see Muskego Norway Schools SLA program for registration
MHS ATHLETICS SUMMER CAMPS - Grades 5-8 - Summer Camp Informational Booklet (register link above) (GBB updates coming)
EXHIBITORS PLEASE COMPLETE REGISTRATION BY THURSDAY AUGUST 13TH
- Arts & Crafts
- Food Vendors
- School Groups
- Warriors Warehouse
- Informational Groups
Bring your pop-up tent and lets build community!
All groups are subject to review by MNSD staff and reserve the right to deny applications based on criteria outlined through the registration process.
Each spring, we gather to recognize the accomplishments of our scholar athletes. This event honors those students who participate in at least one co-curricular athletic team and have a GPA above a 3.5. This year, due to state mandated closure of school facilities, we decided to build a virtual experience to honor those individuals who work tirelessly at their academics and co-curriculars. Please join us in honoring those MHS students who have excelled at academic and athletic rigor … follow this link to watch on YouTube.
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!