Greenfield High School (Wisconsin)
|Greenfield High School|
|Type||Public Secondary Education|
|Assistant Principals||Kathleen Liszewski, Becky Gordon, Scott Otto|
|Location||Greenfield, Wisconsin, USA|
|Oversight||Greenfield School District|
|Accreditation||North Central Association|
|Colors||Green and Gold|
|Graduation Rate||91.1% (2012)|
Greenfield High School is a public high school in Greenfield, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, located at 4800 S. 60th Street (the intersection of Layton Avenue and South 60th Street). Established in 1957, GHS represents one of the three school districts within the city of Greenfield (the other two being Whitnall and West Allis-West Milwaukee). It is a four-year public high school accredited by North Central Accrediting Association (NCA) and runs on a 53 minute, seven-period, two-semester schedule. The staff of 70+ teachers, three guidance counselors, three administrators, one school sociologist, one school psychologist, and 40+ support staff serve approximately 1,200 students.
GHS is a member of the WIAA and the Woodland Conference for athletics, and offers 10 boys' sports and 9 girls' sports. GHS extra-curricular organizations include National Honor Society, DECA, and YESS, as well as about 10 other clubs, including the Environmental Club, R.C. Club, Rocket Club, Film Society, the Air Force JROTC Program, and Outdoor Adventure Club.
Greenfield's long time athletic rivals are the Greendale High School Panthers and the crosstown rivals Whitnall High School Falcons, who joined Greenfield in the Woodland Conference in the 1997-98 school year.
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