School Information and History

Emblem

History

Tremper High School was named after Mr. George Nelson Tremper, who was Kenosha’s Bradford High School Principal from 1912 to 1944. The 272,786 square foot Tremper High School was completed in the fall of 1964 and opened in January 1965. The first class to graduate from Tremper High School did so in June 1965. Tremper High School was designed by John J. Flad Architects in Madison, Wisconsin, and built by Camosy Incorporated, Kenosha, Wisconsin, for a cost of approximately $4,860,000.

Alma Mater

Alma Mater, dear Tremper High
Proudly do your colors fly.
With love and pride we honor you.
This our pledge, forever true.
Symbol of great strength and beauty,
Comradeship, loyalty and duty,
Alma Mater, dear Tremper High
Proudly do your colors fly.

School Spirit Song

For Tremper High School, Alma Mater,
and the honor of her name.
Her sons shall raise with loyal praise,
the glory of her fame.
For Tremper High School, Alma Mater,
fight on forever true.
Hearts once in tune beneath the red and blue,
forever she will win.

Colors

Royal Blue: PMS 286 – Web #0035AD

Scarlet Red: PMS 201 – Web#9E1B34