Homestead's athletic programs are committed to excellence, but the commitments go across the board. Academics are our first priority, and that message is reinforced among all of our student-athletes. We are proud to offer all of the WIAA sport offerings and with 14 no-cut opportunities, there is a tremendous opportunity for all students to enjoy the benefits of participating in athletics.
THROUGH SPORT WE STRIVE TO...
Enrich student's educational experiences ... promote academic achievement ... improve school spirit ... foster servant leadership ...reinforce social responsibility ... create friendships ... teach sportsmanship and fair play... encourage healthy lifestyles ... stimulate a growth mindset.
- 28 Varsity sport programs
- 3.53 Cumulative GPA
- 113 Individual state champions
- 700 + Individual student athletes
- 280+ Conference Championships
- 45 Team state champions
- Athletics Office Contact Information
- Sports Offerings at Homestead
- Athletics Registration
- Code of Conduct
- Travel Release Forms
- Booster Club
- Hall of Fame
- Adding a New Sport
- Lost and Found
We are proud to offer all of the WIAA sport offerings and with 14 no-cut opportunities, there is a tremendous opportunity for all students to enjoy the benefits of participating in athletics.
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- Cross Country - Girls
- Cross County - Boys
- Dance Team
- Golf - Girls
- Soccer - Boys
- Swim & Dive - Girls
- Tennis - Girls
- Volleyball - Boys
- Volleyball - Girls
Head Coach: JD Fuller
Practice begins August 15, 2022 A no-cut sport that encourages students of all levels to compete and improve their fitness and race times in a variety of different practice and race venues. Competes in the North Shore Conference.
Head Coach: Andy Bosley
Practice begins August 15, 2022. A no-cut sport that encourages students of all levels to compete and improve their fitness and race times in a variety of different practice and race venues. Competes in the North Shore Conference.
Head Coach: TBD
Practice begins August 9, 2022. A no cut sport that emphasizes fitness, stroke fundamentals and the conditioning necessary to swim competitively. Competes in North Shore Conference.
Head Coach: Ali Porter
Practice/Tryouts begin August 15, 2022. A team sport that emphasizes teamwork, conditioning and volleyball fundamentals in a competitive environment. Competes in North Shore Conference.
- Basketball - Girls
- Basketball - Boys
- Dance Team
- Hockey - Girls
- Hockey - Boys
- Ski - Girls & Boys
- Swim & Dive - Boys
Head Coach: Alex Lafferty
Assistant Coach: Danielle Young
Winter Season Tryouts:
- Mandatory Routine Information Day: Oct 27 - 3:30-6:00 pm HHS Aux Gym
- Tryout: Nov 1 - 3:30-6:00 pm HHS Aux Gym
Head Coach: Megan Bailey
Practice/Tryouts begin November 7, 2022. A team sport that emphasizes teamwork, conditioning and hockey fundamentals in a competitive environment.
Head Coach - TBD
Assistant Coach - Betsy Stranathan - email@example.com
Parent Liaison - Rob Prellwitz - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Golf - Boys
- Soccer - Girls
- Tennis - Boys
- Track & Field - Girls
- Track & Field - Boys
- Lacrosse - Girls
- Lacrosse - Boys
Head Coach: Jason Kosanke
Practice/Tryouts begin March 20, 2023. A team sport that emphasizes teamwork, technical skills, strategy, and baseball fundamentals in a competitive environment. Competes in the North Shore Conference.
Head Coach: Emily Laufer
Practice/Tryouts begin March 13, 2023. A team sport that emphasizes teamwork, technical skills, strategy, and softball fundamentals in a competitive environment. Competes in the North Shore Conference.
Head Coach: John Krueger
Practice begins March 6, 2023. A no-cut sport that provides diverse cardio, strength, and technical training necessary to compete in a variety of individual and team track and field events. Competes in the North Shore Conference.
Head Coach: Trefor Jones
Practice begins March 6, 2023. A no cut sport that provides diverse cardio, strength, and technical training necessary to compete in a variety of individual and team track and field events. Competes in the North Shore Conference.
Participation in Homestead co-curricular activities is an integral part of the Homestead High School curriculum. While our primary goal as a school district is to provide a sound academic experience for all of our students, co-curricular activities provide unique opportunities for students to promote their mental, physical, and social-emotional development. By providing a strong co-curricular program, Homestead High School extends the privilege of enriching the mind and body to any student meeting district, Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA), and any applicable governing body’s requirements. Co-curricular participants who comply with this code of conduct demonstrate a desire to dedicate themselves to self-improvement as well as to enhance the best interests of fellow teammates, advisors/coaches and school. If accepted, this privilege carries certain responsibilities, and this co-curricular code presents these responsibilities.
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The health and safety of our students are our top priority. These travel release forms provides parents, or students, with a valid driver's license and proof of insurance, the ability to transport themselves to a Homestead High School sanctioned competition at an away site. Students may not transport any other students in the vehicle with them. All transportation in a private vehicle must be approved in advance in writing by the parents, coach and athletic administrator.
The Homestead High school Booster Club exists to encourage, support, and advance Homestead athletic programs & activities.
The Homestead High School Booster Club raises funds through a wide variety of activities including booster club membership, concessions, spirit wear sales and events. All money earned is used to directly support your student's sport. The Booster Club has donated over $1,500,000 in the last five years alone to support athletics at Homestead High School.
The club consists of dedicated and energetic parents, teachers, coaches and alumni who collectively raise money for the club via their membership. Many of these individuals also help by coordinating concessions and spirit wear, managing scholarships, planning fun activities for members and more.
Homestead High School is seeking nominations for its Athletic Hall of Fame. We will recognize individuals in the following categories: Athlete, Coach or Distinguished Service.
The reception and induction in the Hall of Fame will take place during the upcoming winter season.
Nomination information is available in the Homestead athletics office, or you may email John Krueger at email@example.com for more information.
- Nominations may come from alumni and current or former Homestead or district staff.
- Nominees must be at least 30 years of age.
If you have questions, please contact John Krueger, assistant athletic director, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or the call the Homestead athletics office at 262-238-5677.
Procedure for Adding a New Sport at Homestead
Students, teachers, staff, or parents may initiate the process for establishing a new sport or expanding an existing sport to another level. The steps listed below should be followed:
- All requests to establish a new sport or expand an existing sport to another level will initially be presented to the Homestead High School Athletic Director.
- The Athletic Director will take the request to the school Principal for comment and approval for consideration.
- If the Principal approves the request for consideration, the Principal or designee then forwards the request to the Superintendent, with his/her comments.
- The Superintendent, Principal, and Athletic Director gather information about each of the elements for consideration of the proposal for approval or disapproval. The following elements are considered in the approval of a new sport or the expansion of an existing sport:
- Compatibility with MTSD policies and regulations
- Liability and safety
- Compliance with Title IX and other applicable laws
- Availability of practice and game space
- Availability of same-level competition locally
- Appropriateness for student group
- Demonstrated interest in the sport among current students
- Sustainability over time (demonstrated interest among future HHS students)
- Timeliness of the request and financial impact in relation to the MTSD budget cycle
- Availability of staff (including sponsors, coaches, and trainers)
- Availability of adequate administrative supervision
- Anticipated costs for coaches, equipment, uniforms, possible travel, competitions, etc.
Erich Hinterstocker, HHS Athletic Director
Mequon-Thiensville School District
5000 W. Mequon Rd.
Mequon, WI 53092
(HOMESTEAD CAMPUS ONLY)
Homestead High School hosts many facility rentals, athletic activities, and events year-round, and personal items often get left behind on campus. To report an item lost on the Homestead school grounds, please send an email to email@example.com. Describe the item in detail to the best of your ability and any additional information that might be useful (when or where you might have lost the item). Any found items can be turned into a Homestead representative, or the main school office.