Tremper High School

8560 26th Ave
Kenosha, WI 53143

262-359-2200

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.

Vision:

Tremper High School is a comprehensive high school in a diversely supportive and respectful environment that encourages students to succeed in core and elective subjects while developing life skills and experiences through intense study, exploration of personal talents, and a commitment to life-long learning.

Goals:

 - We will increase academic success for all students within our diverse student population.

 - All members of our school community will display respectful behaviors toward one another.

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