Arrowhead High School

Arrowhead High School is a high school located in Hartland, Wisconsin. Sitting on 117 acres (0.47 km2) of land, the school has two campuses, a North Campus and a South Campus. Juniors and Seniors attend the North Campus, while Freshmen and Sophomores attend the South Campus.

Approximately 2300 students are currently enrolled at Arrowhead, which employs about 200 faculty members. Students from the unincorporated communities of North Lake, Monches, Colgate, and Stone Bank, the villages of Hartland, Chenequa, Merton and Nashotah, the towns of Merton, Lisbon, Delafield, and Oconomowoc and the cities of Delafield, and Pewaukee attend Arrowhead High School.

Arrowhead offers about 126 extracurricular activities for students. Its athletic nickname is the Warhawks, and its mascot, Wally, is a hawk.

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