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Phone  +1 262-246-6471
Address  W220 N6151 Town Line Rd, Sussex, WI 53089, USA
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Hamilton High School is a public high school that serves the southeastern Wisconsin communities of Sussex, Lisbon, Lannon, Butler, and parts of Menomonee Falls and Pewaukee. Hamilton High School is part of the Hamilton School District.



The school was completed in 1962. It was named in honor of Alexander Hamilton, a signer of the Constitution. It opened for freshman and sophomores assigned to the new high school from surrounding areas such as Pewaukee, Hartland, Merton, Germantown, Menomonee Falls, Brookfield, Wauwatosa, and Waukesha. A class was added each year until the first senior class graduated in the spring of 1965.

In 1970, new classrooms were added; in 1996, a science wing was added; and in 2004, the 35,000 square foot Hamilton Fine Arts Center was added. In 2006, a federal grant funded a fitness center with over 35 machines. In the summer of 2008, the gym was redone with new, updated bleachers, and the floor was refurbished. In 2012, a video scoreboard was added. In 2014 an indoor training facility was finished, and in 2016, a wing was added to relocate the history classrooms and re-organize the rest of the classrooms.


The 35,000-square-foot (3,300 m2) Hamilton Fine Arts Center seats 750 people. It contains a full-fly stage, orchestra pit for live musical accompaniment, ticket booth, dressing rooms, new music rooms, costume-prop storage, control booth area, and art display area.


Hamilton High School offers honors classes and AP courses. Many departments also have connections with area businesses, providing students the opportunity to participate in co-operative learning experiences. For credit-deficient students, the P.A.S.S. and G.A.P. individualized course programs are offered. The school is accredited by AdvancED.

Graphic arts

Students can work with screen printing and offset printing. The graphics lab has two single-color offset presses, one digital two-color press, two darkrooms, a camera, a straight to film printer, and a guillotine paper cutter.

FIRST Robotics

Hamilton's robotics team is known as "Charger Robotics" and "Team 537". Team 537 is composed of four component design teams. The mechanical team builds the mechanical pieces of the robot, such as the chassis and drive train, The electrical team wires the electrical parts together, and the code team programs the internal computer that interprets the signals from the controller. The marketing team raises funds and performs publicity activities. The course team builds the full-size course used at the annual mini-regional, and the animation team designs and creates the team animation, the topic of which is released at the same time as the robot task. Sponsors include Rockwell Automation and GE.

Instrumental music

The Hamilton High School band program consists of a symphonic band (juniors/seniors), a concert band (freshmen/sophomores), two jazz bands, a competitive marching band, and a pep band. The symphonic and concert bands rehearse daily and perform throughout the year. The marching band practices during the summer until the end of the marching season. Jazz Band 1 performs publicly at local parties, meetings, and other events. There are also guitar classes and piano classes.

Choral music

The Hamilton High School choir program consists of a concert choir (juniors/seniors), a cantabile choir (freshmen/sophomores), an a cappella choir, and a competitive show choir, Synergy. The concert and cantabile choirs rehearse daily and perform throughout the year. The a cappella choir also practices daily, and performs at locations around Sussex and Milwaukee, especially over the holiday season. Synergy Show Choir holds auditions in May for the following school year, and has a choreography camp at the end of July. It competes throughout the state. The choir program has expanded from a single, 30-member all female ensemble to four mixed choirs, all performing music of varying degrees of difficulty and style.


In 2007, the basketball team lost in the sectional round of the state playoffs. In 2008, the football team won three playoff games, eventually losing in the state semifinal round. In 2011 the football team was the conference champion and made it into the third round of the state playoffs in Division One.

The boys' and girls' basketball programs were both GMC conference champions in the 2012-2013 season. The girls' bowling team was the district VII conference champion and placed third at state. Cheerleaders were WACPC state runners-up. In 2010 the girls' track and field team placed second in the 4x100 relay. In 2011 it won state in the 4x200 meter relay and the 4x400 meter relay. In 2012 it placed fourth in the 4x400 meter relay, and second in the 4x200 meter relay at the state meet.


The academic decathlon is a team competition in which students match their intellects with students from other schools. Charger Television explores film making, video production, audio production, animation, and broadcast journalism. The Cultural Exchange Club promotes awareness and understanding of other people and cultures by supporting exchange students. DECA is a marketing and business organization for students. Foreign language clubs offered at Hamilton include Spanish, French, and German. In these foreign language clubs, students learn about the different cultures and go on field trips to learn more about the cultures and participate in them. Other clubs are yearbook, art, book group, chess, drama, student council, forensics, graphic arts, photo, show choir, and project caring. Some physically active clubs include intramural basketball, weightlifting, trap shooting club, and ski and snowboard club.


Sussex Hamilton High School Wikipedia

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