Coach Chelsea Coy
Boys' Cross Country
Coach Chad Hoffert
Girls' Cross Country
Coach Dough Slabaugh
We currently have a freshman team that is for freshman only. Our junior varsity and varsity football teams are open to all high school grades, but the JV team is usually made up of sophomores and juniors, and the varsity team is typically juniors and seniors. To be eligible for high school football, students must have complete a physical and an athletic packet. Students must meet the requirements for practices before the first game.
Coach Jeff Phillips
Coach Steve Coverstone
Unified Flag Football
Any student at Wawasee can participate in this fun sport. We are an inclusive activity but also a Varsity level, IHSAA sanctioned athletic team. ALL students are welcome!
Warrior Swimming offers training and practice groups for swimmers of all ages and ability levels. It is the goal of Warrior Swimming to offer age specific training for all of our athletes geared towards challenging each individual and developing each individual to the best of THEIR abilities.
Clubs & Groups
The purpose of Student Council is to foster leadership opportunities, enact effective student representation, encourage school spirit through planned activities, and promote communication within Wawasee High School and surrounding community. Students may join at the beginning of the school year. There is an application process with a form.
DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe.
Key Club is an international, student-led organization that provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership. Key Club members will learn how to lead and stand for what's right through various service projects and volunteerism opportunities.
The Wawasee High School Robotics Team, aka the Iron Pride, was formed in September of 2013. The Team was formed to advance the STEM skills of students at Wawasee High School in Syracuse Indiana through the use of robotics, and to promote 21st Century careers in STEM related fields. Currently the team competes in the VEX Robotics Challenge and is a part of Wawasee Robotics, which extends its program down to the elementary level with LEGO WeDo. The team currently consists of 45 students grades 9-12, on 10 VRC teams.
to compete in the VEX Robotics Challenge
to host 2 local competitions each season
Winning the Indiana VRC State Championships - goal met in 2017, and 2019
Competing in the VRC World Championships - goal met in 2017-2019
Growing the program to encompass 10% of the school’s student body
Mentoring middle school students in the VRC with Wawasee Middle School students Competing at the State championships goal met in 2017-2019
Hosting multiple state and regional competitions - goal met for the 2017-2019 school year
Becoming financially self-sufficient through hosting competitions and sponsorship
Academic Super Bowl provides students a chance to have fun learning about topics that they may not get to in regular classes. Each year, students compete in teams against other schools to show what they have learned on a specific topic. There are five subjects represented: English, Science, Math, Fine Arts, and Social Studies. There are three competitions each spring, and teams who qualify for state travel to Purdue in May to compete for the state title in each subject. Anyone can join and there is no fee to participate!