Campbellsport High School enrolls around 420 students in 9th to 12th grades. Our faculty of 39 teachers are committed to providing a challenging, dynamic curriculum enhanced by meaningful technology. Campbellsport High has an active Cougar Booster Club, whose parent volunteers have raised money for a multitude of school and programming upgrades. Community organizations including the FFA Alumni award annual scholarships to graduates. Read more about our school
Campbellsport High School
114 West Sheboygan Street
Campbellsport, WI 53010 920-533-4811
Associate Principal/Athletic Director: Thomas Griesemer
CHS 2016 Senior Slide Show (Click on X in the top right hand corner of the video to eliminate the Television Fanatic Ad)
Megan Roehl Awarded the 2017 Herb Kohl Foundation Excellence Scholarship
The selection committee for the Herb Kohl Educational Foundation Scholarship, Fellowship, and Leadership Program has announced recipients of the 2017 Herb Kohl Foundation awards for students, teachers, and principals. Megan Roehl, a senior at Campbellsport High School, was awarded a $5000 Herb Kohl Educational Foundation 2017 Excellence Scholarship.
The Herb Kohl Excellence Scholarship recognizes students who have demonstrated academic potential, outstanding leadership, citizenship, community service, integrity and other special talents. “Megan has demonstrated excellence, leadership, and all of the above qualities in and around our building. She is extremely deserving of this award and we are very proud of her. The Campbellsport School District would like to congratulate Megan on this prestigious award,” states Principal Todd Hencsik.
“I was extremely excited when I received the news that I was selected as a Kohl Scholarship Recipient,” states Megan Roehl. “To be chosen as one of 100 high school students in Wisconsin is an honor I did not expect to achieve. I am very humbled and grateful to all of those who have supported me along the way: family, teachers, advisers, coaches, fellow classmates, and teammates.”
The Herb Kohl Educational Foundation has been recognizing educational excellence annually since 1990 to graduating high school students throughout Wisconsin. Since it was established in 1990, the Herb Kohl Educational Foundation has awarded $11.5 million to Wisconsin students, teachers, and schools. “Education is the key to the future of Wisconsin and our nation. I am very proud of the accomplishments of these students, teachers, and principals and look forward to the great contributions they will make in the future,” Kohl said.
Relay for Life is Saturday, March 25th from 4-10pm
Students on the Relay for Life committee at Campbellsport High School have been preparing for the Relay for Life event, scheduled for Saturday, March 25th, from 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. The event will be held indoors this year in the Campbellsport High School gymnasium and will include raffles, food, kids’ activities, and will be very family friendly. Don’t miss out on the fun! Please join us and bring your family.
Pictured: Skylahr Murphy, Kianne Hodorff, Branden Hernandez, Kyle Koltz, Trista Immel, Sam Krueger, Morgan Fryman, Hunter Jandre, Isaac Grahl, Cullen Perron, Kaylin Hewitt
2 FBLA student groups take 1st and 3rd respectively at the Ignite Youth Challenge
Congratulations to the Campbellsport FBLA members who competed on March 8th at the IGNITE! Youth Idea Challenge at Marian University against 14 teams from around the Fond du Lac area. The Skratch Snacks team of Megan Roehl, Janie Hodny, and Ashley Bania took 1st Place, winning a $2,000 scholarship, and the CSPORT2 team of Mason Ksioszk and Amanda Goeman took 3rd place, winning a $500 scholarship. Both teams did a great job and all of their hard work and dedication to their business plans paid off, in real money!
The spring IGNITE! Youth Idea Challenge matched teams of area high school students with business mentors to assess market needs, identify solutions, create a business plan, and pitch their big ideas to a panel of judges or “sharks” to win scholarships and other prizes. 14 teams from 6 area high schools were matched with mentors with 10 submitting mini business plans in February. Eight teams were selected to pitch their big ideas at the March 8th Pitch Event.
Thank you to the companies and mentors who worked with the Campbellsport teams: Caitlin Stoll and Joel Fleishman from Drexel Building Supply and Ike Perron from Perron Trucking Inc.
L to R: Katie Peterson, Megan Roehl, Mason Ksioszk, Amanda Goeman, Ashley Bania, Janie Hodny, Stephanie Waldschmidt
2017 State Championship Banner
Another CHS State Championship Banner will displayed in the gym. Congratulations to our 2017 Dance Team again!
Campbellsport High School Senior Anna Gardner Receives President's Volunteer Service Award
Anna Gardner, a senior at Campbellsport High School, has been honored for her exemplary volunteer service with a President’s Volunteer Service Award.
The award, which recognizes Americans of all ages who have volunteered significant amounts of their time to serve their communities and their country, was granted by The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards program on behalf of the President’s Council on Service and Civic Participation. Campbellsport High School nominated Anna for national honors this fall in recognition of her volunteer service.
“I sincerely hope that my contributions around Campbellsport inspire others to find different ways to contribute to our school. I am especially proud of the work we did surrounding the Teddy Bear drive for the Campbellsport Fire Department. Seeing the impact that this activity had on the students and the community was one of my most cherished moments,” said Anna Gardner.
“Anna’s contributions around Campbellsport High School are numerous. She selflessly has given up her time to better not only our dances and school sponsored activities, but also our school culture as a whole. Her impact on our school and community will be felt for years to come. She is definitely worthy of this prestigious award,” said Todd Hencsik, Campbellsport Middle-High School Principal.
The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards, sponsored by Prudential Financial in partnership with the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), recognizes middle level and high school students across America for outstanding volunteer service.
“The recipients of these awards demonstrate that young people across America are making remarkable contributions to the health and vitality of their communities,” said John Strangfeld, chairman and CEO of Prudential Financial. “By recognizing these students and placing a spotlight on their volunteer activities, we hope to motivate others to consider how they can also contribute to their community.”
"Demonstrating civic responsibility through volunteerism is an important part of life," said NASSP Executive Director JoAnn Bartoletti. "These honorees practice a lesson we hope all young people, as well as adults, will emulate."
Prudential Spirit of Community Award applications were distributed nationwide last September through middle level and high schools, Girl Scout councils, county 4-H organizations, American Red Cross chapters, YMCAs and HandsOn Network affiliates. These schools and officially-designated local organizations nominated Local Honorees, whose applications were advanced for state-level judging. In addition to granting President’s Volunteer Service Awards on behalf of the President’s Council on Service and Civic Participation, The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards selected State Honorees, Distinguished Finalists and Certificate of Excellence recipients. Volunteer activities were judged on criteria including personal initiative, creativity, effort, impact and personal growth.
11 Students Pass SolidWorks Certified Associates Exam on January 12, 2017
The following students passed the SolidWorks Certified Associates exam (CSWA) this past week. The CSWA is a three hour industry benchmark exam that tests students ability to create 3D solid models of parts, work with advanced geometric construction, and complete and evaluate complex assemblies.
Left to right: Hoyt Retzer, Devyn Urban, Henry Hathaway, Jackson Liermann, Joey Jaeger, Roman Skorupa, Danny Goebel, Kyler Konen, Ryan Ullius, Payton Feucht, and Austin Dechant
CHS Class of 2016 Senior Slide Show
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Campbellsport High School Receives Prestigious W!SE Blue Star School Recognition
Campbellsport High School received the Working in Support of Education (W!SE) Blue Star School recognition for the 2015-16 school year. Each of students in our Personal Finance course took the W!SE Financial Literacy certification test last year. To be recognized as a Blue Star School, 75% or higher of the students must pass the test and have either a majority of students on a given grade level take the test or have the students who took the test achieve an average of 80% or higher. This is no small feat, as Campbellsport was one of only nine schools in Wisconsin to achieve Blue Star School status.
"I am extremely proud of our students who took the test and received the certification,” states Ms. Katie Peterson, Campbellsport Business Education teacher. “Financial literacy is a very important skill for everyone to have. This news gives me the confidence that CHS graduates are leaving high school financially literate and will continue to make smart financial decisions as they move forward beyond high school."
Campbellsport High School would like to congratulate the students who took the W!SE Financial Literacy certification test. We would also like to recognize the teachers in our Business Education Department for giving these students the vital knowledge about personal finance and the tools they need to become financially capable young adults.
Campbellsport Community Service
The Campbellsport Community Service Opportunity is an opportunity for students to be recognized for giving back to their community and living the CSD mission of each student contributing meaningfully to our world. Community service is a chance for students to become active citizens and have a positive impact on our local community while learning that service to others is an ongoing part of life. Students who choose to participate in this opportunity will enhancetheir personal growth, build self-esteem, and develop skills beyond the classroom.