Superintendent Stephen Plum talks to Ryan Tomczyk and Dale Zabel about readying Vock Field for new turf.
There Is Still Time To Purchase Your Chance To Win A New Shed!
Click the button below for a time-lapse look at how the Kettle Moraine High School architecture class built a 10x12 utility shed this spring. The project was made possible via the generosity of Kettle Moraine Education Foundation (KMEF) and Bliffert Lumber & Hardware.

KMEF will raffle the shed off and choose a winner July 1. The Foundation will coordinate delivery with the lucky winner at their convenience. Funds raised will be used to further support district students and staff.
"KMHS Is A Great School With A Variety Of Programs"
That's what KMHS graduate Wendy H. wants her community to know about her time on the KMHS Campus. She plans to major in pre-medical biology in college!

Read more about Wendy and her 2021 classmates in our senior spotlights!

Congrats to our girls soccer team on their 3-0 win over
Madison West to claim the sectional crown on their way to state - happening today! Braeyln Torres, Mia Haertle and Ava Kacsur scored for the Lasers and goalkeeper Erika Panella was awarded the shutout!
Kudos To Our 2021 Graduates!
Thank you to all who attended and everyone who made the 2021 KMHS Campus graduation ceremony happen. It was a festive, outdoor celebration and we could not be more proud of our Lasers!
The Kettle Moraine Boys Golf Team capped a season for the ages by scoring 598 in the two-day state tournament at Wild Rock Golf Club, besting second-place Homestead by a whopping 19 strokes.
KMMS Historians Excel At Local And National Levels - Student's Documentary Shown By The Smithsonian!
Two young Kettle Moraine Middle School historians are now state champions and represented our school, our community, and our state at the national competition for National History Day the week of June 13. Approximately 10,000 students participate in the National History Day competition each year across the state.

At the state level, Krin Blegen's project, "Sending A Message: How Postcards Communicated Terror to a Race of Americans," took first place in the individual documentary category, and Emma Manion's, "Dickey Chapelle: Communicating the Truth of War and the Challenges of Being a female War Correspondent," took first in the individual performance category!