Welcome to the 2017-18 Wauwatosa East High School Athletics school year!
As I enter into my third year at Wauwatosa East I am excited for what we’ve accomplished and look forward to the new and exciting avenues ahead for the new school year. We had some great success this past school year, girls soccer second place finish at state, sectional champions and state semi-final appearance for boys volleyball, regional championships for girls basketball, baseball as well as several individuals state qualifiers in boys golf, cross country, wrestling and in both boys and girls track and field. The 2017-18 school year will be just as exciting with those same or higher expectations for everyone.
Wauwatosa East High School provides a great learning environment for each and every student that attends. The academic demands are high to provide a greater opportunity for the students after high school to be successful in any endeavor they pursue.
Tosa East is a member of the WIAA and of the Greater Metro Conference, where we compete against other greater Milwaukee area schools in both boys and girls sports. We co-op with Wauwatosa West HS in four sports; wrestling and boys swim/dive in the Woodland Conference and boys and girls golf in the GMC. We also co-op with several schools in both girls and boys ice hockey.
Athletics provides many positive attributes in a young individual; develop self-esteem, leadership skills, social interactions and education about healthy lifestyle choices. A positive and strong work ethic can also emerge by being part of a team. Athletics can develop a greater sense of purpose to ones’ self by teaching teamwork, forgiveness, humility and excellence. High school athletics provides the chance for an individual to develop physically, mentally and socially.
We expect to challenge and develop the student-athletes by providing great competitive opportunities in both practice and game situations. Our expectation is to have great scholar-athletes by the time they graduate from Tosa East.
Student-athletes, coaches and parents are all expected to demonstrate good sportsmanship, community involvement and a strong code of conduct. As the public holds student-athletes to a higher scrutiny, we must work to demonstrate good judgment and a positive perspective of high school athletics. Success and pride will come from competing the right way.
GO RED RAIDERS!