University School of Milwaukee Honors Second Class of Inductees to Athletic Hall of Fame

University School of Milwaukee will honor the second class of inductees to its Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019, during a special ceremony as part of the school’s Homecoming celebration. The USM Athletic Hall of Fame was established in 2016 to commemorate a legacy of exceptional athletic performance and accomplishments by former USM and predecessor school student athletes, coaches, teams, and distinguished … Continue reading University School of Milwaukee Honors Second Class of Inductees to Athletic Hall of Fame

Alumni Honored at Black Excellence Awards

From afar, Steven Weddle ’76 and Jordyn Smith ’19 don’t appear to have much in common. Weddle is a managing director at J.P. Morgan Asset Management in New York City with a bachelor’s degree and MBA from UW-Madison and nearly 40 years of experience in the banking industry. Smith, meanwhile, juggled her USM education and many extracurricular activities with a part-time job at Dairy Queen. … Continue reading Alumni Honored at Black Excellence Awards

USM Athletes Compete at State Championships

Kristen Chou ’19, Marcus Jay Wilkes ’19, Lexi Keppler ’20, and the boys’ 4 x 400 Relay team of C.J. Boyd ’21, Sam Mackey ’19, Duncan Petrie ’19, and Wilkes (along with alternates Alvin Pokel ’20 and Ishan Kuttickat ’19) represented the USM track team in the WIAA Division 2 State Track and Field Championships. Chou had the best finishes for the Wildcats at the … Continue reading USM Athletes Compete at State Championships

Boys Hockey Wins Third WIAA State Title

Winning a state championship takes talent, skill, and probably some luck. It also takes a lot of hard work. “It all starts from the heart,” said Tyler Herzberg ’20, whose two goals and two assists helped secure the Wildcats’ victory over Neenah Co-op 6–2 in March. “You have to have the desire to do it,” he said. “During the off-season I skated and worked out … Continue reading Boys Hockey Wins Third WIAA State Title

Scholastic Writing Awards

Congratulations to juniors (from left) Lucia Rondini, Lisa Wong, and Emma Keuler, who won a total of four state writing awards from the Scholastic Writing Competition, including two Gold Keys. In addition, Wong received a Gold Medal and the American Voices Medal for her short story, “Silence is the Loudest Scream.” The American Voices Medal is the highest regional honor that is given to one … Continue reading Scholastic Writing Awards