Kenosha Tremper High School

Friday, May 27th, 2022 Early Release Schedule

Parents, guardians, staff, and community members are invited to attend “Mental Health Matters: Identify. Understand. Overcome.”  This upcoming presentation sponsored by KUSD’s Community School Relations Office will feature professionals from both Advocate Aurora Health and KUSD as they discuss common mental health concerns, as well as provide tips for students and families on how and when to seek help and other valuable resources.

The program will take place on Wednesday, May 25, 2022, at 6:30 p.m. in the Mahone Middle School Auditorium, 6900 60th St.

Registration is strongly encouraged by clicking here. Questions can be emailed to


Congratulations to our 2022 Prom Queen Addison Steck and our 2022 Prom King Benjamin Wajerski!

Thank you to our entire prom court!

Tremper Goes Altruistic

Tremper students and staff participated in a “Altruism” give back by collecting of socks, crossword puzzles, word searches and colored pencils for Parkside Manor as a part of our Mental Health Awareness Month activities.  Students learned about altruism and the benefits of giving back. Over 200 items were collected, sorted by our Employability class students, and donated to Parkside Manor Assisted Living and Memory Care right here in Kenosha. Parkside staff were so thankful for the donations and eager to get them into the hands of their residents. Way to go Tremper!

The Kenosha Public Museum held an Art Experience Workshop today for art students from Bradford High School, Indian Trail High School and Academy, Tremper High School, Reuther Central High School, and Harborside Academy. This is the 27th year that the museum has worked with KUSD high school art departments to offer this workshop to give KUSD students a creative experience with a practicing artist. This year featured two artists – one who taught the students shadowboxing with found objects and an Oneida artist who taught traditional beadwork. The museum also will be hosting a Student Reception on May 21 from 1-2 p.m. so that students can show off their work to their family, friends, and teachers. Student work also will be on display during the week between the workshop and the reception. Congratulations to Tremper students Neil DuJardin, Ruby Becker, Heidi Falk, Tyler Stanz and Lilly Freund who participated in the event.

Mental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. It was started to raise awareness of those living with mental or behavioral health issues and to help reduce the stigma so many experience. Mental Health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act.  To raise awareness Tremper High School is going Altruistic. In an act of giving back and showing, unselfish care grades 9-12 will be collecting items to donate to a local nursing home facility. Other items also include artwork, letters, or cards. The power of Altruism is something everyone can lend a hand-in.


People are also welcome to donate artwork, letters or cards.

Athletic Paperwork is required. Click here for more info on how to register online. .  For more information and helpful tips on how to register for sports click on our Registration Guide.

If you have any trouble registering, please contact our Tremper Athletic Office at  262.359-2307.

Attention Class of 2022

Please take a moment to request your final transcript using your Xello account.  If you need a refresher on how to do so, please refer to the Xello Transcript Request Video.  Once you do so, your request will be held in Xello until transcripts are finalized with all grades and graduation date. If Xello is not working for you, click here to fill out a request.  They should be finalized by July 1, 2022.  At that time, they will be sent to your requested college electronically.  If you are undecided, feel free to request more than one college to receive your final transcript.

* Please note, if you need a current (7th semester) transcript to be sent to colleges for review please fill out the Xello request, but then also contact Barb Huss at so it is sent now. If you have any questions, feel free to email Barb Huss @

Summer School Registration

Registration for Summer School 2022 will be online starting March 14th at 8:00 AM. 

All Summer School classes at Tremper for 2022 are in person.

SESSION 1 – Begins Monday June 13th, 2022 and runs thru Friday July, 1st, 2022.  Classes are Monday thru Friday 7:30 AM – 12:00 PM.

SESSION 2 – Begins Tuesday July 5th, 2022 and runs thru Monday July 25th, 2022.  Classes are Monday thru Friday 7:30 AM – 12:00 PM.

Click here for more details and a link to sign up.

Need To See Your Counselor?

  1. Students can walk in to meet with their counselor.
  2. Students can sign up for an appointment and will then receive a pass or will be called to meet with their counselor REQUEST A PASS 
  3. Students may directly email their counselor
  4. Scan the QR code on the right to request a pass.

Need Tech Help?

If you are having trouble with your Tremper issued device, finding your class or are still having trouble after your teacher has tried to assist you with a learning task, call the Tremper Library from 7:30-3:15 at 262-359-2239 or call the KUSD Helpdesk from 3:15-4:30pm at 262-359-7711.


NO ticket sales at game/meets this year. Here are 2 options for admission:

Option 1:  School Athletic Passes (BEST VALUE)on Sale at Main Entrance from 4-6pm on Tuesday, August 24th, Wednesday, August 25th, and Thursday, August 26th (cash or check payable to Tremper Athletics).  Adult pass ($50) admits 2 spectators, Student Blue Crew pass ($20).  Provides admission to all ticketed sports at Tremper (except playoffs)

Option 2:  Buy Online for Each Event.  Download Ticket Spicket in your app store.  Don’t have a smart phone?  Tickets available online at  However, the ticket must be printed and brought to the event.   Adults $5, students $4 per event.

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Tremper Renaissance & Academic Affairs

17th Annual Craft and Gift Fair

Saturday October 8th, 2022

Exhibitors Wanted: Click Here for Application

Contact or 1-262-359-8742

Tremper High School Trophy Case
Athletic Recognition Plaques

sponsored by
Tremper High School Athletics 

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