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
Campbellsport Has 12 AP Scholars for the 14-15 School Year
Campbellsport High School had 12 AP Scholars for the 14-15 school year. In order to become an AP Scholar, and AP Scholar with Honor, or an AP Scholar with Distinction, students must score at least a 3 or higher on multiple AP Exams. Listed below is the breakdown of our students. Pictured: Top row (L to R): Orion Carroll, Aaron Hepp, Joshua Schuh, Zachary Albert, Oscar Hathaway, and Tanis Kneevers. Bottow row (L to R): Jennifer Zimdahl, Megan Ellenbecker, Nicole Hepp, and Daniel Kieffer. Not pictured: Chad Wolf-Flasch and Ryan Stommel.
AP Scholar with Honor
AP Scholar with Distinction
Number of Scholars
AP Scholar: Granted to students who receive scores of 3 or higher on three of more AP Exams. We had 10 this past year: Zachary Albert, Orion Carroll, Megan Ellenbecker, Aaron Hepp, Nicole Hepp, Daniel Kieffer, Tanis Kneevers, Joshua Schuh, Chad Wolf-Flasch, and Jennifer Zimdahl.
AP Scholar with Honor: Granted to students who receive an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on four or more of these exams. Oscar Hathaway is our AP Scholar with Honor.
AP Scholar with Distinction: Granted to students who receive an average score of at least 3.5 on AP Exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams. Ryan Stommel is our AP Scholar with Distinction.
What a great accomplishment to have 12 students recognized with this pretigious honor.
Online registration will be open starting Monday, August 3 through Friday, August 14. Click here for the online registration directions.
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If you have any questions about the process, please call the MS-HS Office at 920-533-4811, the CES Office at 920-533-8032, or the EES Office at 920-477-3291.
2015 National Honor Society Induction
Campbellsport High School inducted 11 members into the National Honor Society on Thursday, May 20. Congratulations to these worthy students who have taken the first step on a long journey towards greatness. These students do more than talk about scholarship, leadership, service, and character; these young men and women truly represent this lofty standard. Congratulations to the 2015 National Honor Society Inductees: Brooke Birschbach, Elicia Engel, Casey Ruplinger, Courtney Dorzok, Levi Feucht, Samantha Jandre, Cheyanne Renderman, Kristin Schill, Alexander Seefeld, Zachary Seefeld, and Jennifer Zimdahl.
Campbellsport High School would also like to recognize seniors that were induction in the spring of 2014: Zachary Albert, Tyler Beres, Kailynn Doyle, Megan Ellenbecker, Aaron Hepp, Nicole Hepp, Matthew Kramer, Alice Malloy, Kayla Meyer, Lindsay Muench, Emily Simon, and Ryan Stommel.
2015 Project Grill unveiling
2015 Project Grill unveiling was today at Festival Foods in Fond du Lac. Pictured (L to R) are Mr. Hein, Cody Schrauth, Alex Lutz, Tom Freiberg, Kyle Galligan, Tyler Guetzke, and Mr. Walkner. Congratulations on an awesome grill!
Campbellsport High School Placed on the College Board's 5th Annual AP® District Honor Roll for Significant Gains in Student Access and Success
Campbellsport High School is one of 547 school districts in the U.S. and Canada being honored by the College Board with placement on the 5th Annual AP® District Honor Roll for increasing access to APcourse work while simultaneously maintaining or increasing the percentage of students earning scores of 3 or higher on AP Exams. 2014 is a milestone year for the AP District Honor Roll, and more districts are achieving this objective than ever before. Reaching these goals indicates that the district is successfully identifying motivated, academically prepared students who are ready for the opportunity of AP. Since 2012, Campbellsport High School has increased the number of students participating in AP while improving the number of students earning AP Exam scores of 3 or higher.
Out of the 547 schools nationwide that were recognized, Campbellsport High School was one of only 27 high schools in the state of Wisconsin honored. Campbellsport High School was also the only school in Fond Du Lac County, the Eastern Wisconsin Conference, and the new East Central Conference to be named on the 5th Annual AP® District Honor Roll. “Our AP Equity and Excellence numbers show that roughly 19% of last year’s graduating class scored a 3 or higher on at least one AP exam at any point during their high school career,” states Campbellsport Middle-High School Principal Todd Hencsik. “Last year we also broke school records in following areas: Number of AP students (64), number of AP exams taken (81), and number of AP students with scores of 3 or higher (45). Congratulations to our staff and students for their outstanding work in achieving this prestigious honor.”
Inclusion on the 5th Annual AP District Honor Roll is based on the examination of three years of AP data, from 2012 to 2014, looking across 34 AP Exams, including world language and culture. The following criteria were used.
Increase participation/access to AP by at least 4 percent in large districts, at least 6 percent in medium districts, and at least 11 percent in small districts;
Increase or maintain the percentage of exams taken by African American, Hispanic/Latino, and American Indian/Alaska Native students; and
Improve performance levels when comparing the percentage of students in 2014 scoring a 3 or higher to those in 2012, unless the district has already attained a performance level at which more than 70% of its AP students are scoring a 3 or higher.
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 2013-14 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 ten 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.
AP Participation and Scores Increase
Last year, Campbellsport High School students achieved a higher percentage of students with scores 3 or higher than the state and national averages. Our students accomplished this by having the highest number of students (64) take the highest number of AP exams (81) in school history. The Campbellsport High School staff would like to congratulate these students on a job well done!
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.