New London High School (Wisconsin)

New London High School (Wisconsin)

New London High School is a public 9-12 High School Located in New London, Wisconsin. NLHS students come from the New London Middle School, which is served by the following K-5 grade schools (alphabetically):

  • Lincoln Grade School
  • Parkview Grade School
  • Sugar Bush Grade School
  • Readfield Grade School

NLHS was built in 1999, replacing New London Senior High School which is now New London Middle School. Current enrollment is 854. The district covers approx. 144 square miles (370 km2) in three counties and a population of approx. 18,000. The district is the 78th largest public school district in Wisconsin out of a total of 424. New London's School District serves more than 2500 students and employees more than 350 full and part-time employees, making it the third largest employer in New London.

Read more about New London High School (Wisconsin):  Facilities, Athletics

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New London High School (Wisconsin) - Athletics - Conference Titles
... New Londonhas won Conference titles in the following sports Football 1978,1982,1984,2007 Baseball 1977,1987,1988,1993 Boys Golf 1975,1991,1992,1993,1999 ...

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