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Whitefish Bay Middle School
1144 E Henry Clay St, Whitefish Bay, WI 53217
Whitefish Bay Middle School was founded in 1989 and is located across the street from Whitefish Bay High School on E.More Henry Clay St. A previous winner of a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence award in 1999-2000, Whitefish Bay Middle School provides an excellent source of education for attending students. It provides a special education program along with handicap accessibility. The school offers many extra-curricular opportunities such as band, forensics, drama, and service club. Student athletes can compete in tennis, basketball, track, volleyball, wrestling, softball, and cross country.
Holy Family Parish School
4849 N Wildwood Ave, Whitefish Bay, WI 53217

Holy Family Parish School is a Catholic grade school for grades K through 8th grade. It was founded in 1959 by theMore Archdiocese of Milwaukee.

Along with the standard academic curriculum of K-8 private schools, it provides Spanish and art classes. The school band is available for students to join once they reach fourth grade.

Holy Family offers athletic opportunities for both girls and boys once they reach 5th grade. Students can participate in volleyball, basketball, tennis, softball and track teams. There is also financial aide for families who require it.

Dominican High School
120 E Silver Spring Dr, Milwaukee, WI 53217

Dominican High School was founded in 1956 by the Archdiocese of Milwaukee as a college preparatory school. It isMore co-educational and 98 percent of its students seek a higher education. The school is located on E. Silver Spring Drive,  just west of Santa Monica Boulevard.

Dominican High School has an excellent theater program along with a student news paper called Knightly News. The school belongs to the Midwest Classic Conference and the WIAA. Both male and female students can participate in a wide variety of sports such as volleyball, cross country, tennis basketball and soccer among others. The school also has a football and hockey team.

There are no uniforms; however, there is a dress code in place. Financial aid is provided for families who require it.  

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