Arrowhead Union High School District

Academic achievement and student participation are two indicators of student success at Arrowhead High School.

Student Achievement

2015 ACT Scores      

Average composite of college-bound seniors = 25.1

Average composite of all juniors = 23.4

2016 Advanced Placement (AP) Scores

Passing rate (scores of 3, 4, or 5) = 89.9%

Total AP Scholars = 263       Average AP Test Score = 4.13

  1. AP Scholars =                                88 students

  2. AP Scholars with honor =            65 students

  3. AP Scholars with distinction =  110 students

  4. National AP Scholar =                  21 students

Wisconsin's School Accountability Report Card

Arrowhead's 2015-2016 rating:   4 stars/82.4,  Exceeds Expectations

Click to link to School Report Card document 

Student Participation

Graduation rate =                  96.6%

Post graduation =                  83.2% University,  6% Technical College

Co-curricular activities

  1. Academic = 63.4%
  2. Athletic =     61.5%  
  3. Music =        26.5%

Community volunteerism =  80.9% 

Attendance rate =                   97.6%

Truancy rate =                              .5%


  • US News & World Report named AHS as one of the 2016 Best High Schools in the nation
  • The Washington Post again named AHS as one of  "America's Most Challenging High Schools"
  • Over half of Arrowhead’s students earned a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or better (honors program)
  • Six Arrowhead students were semi-finalists in the National Merit Scholarship program
  • Conference championships, state championships and state runner-ups include football, boys & girls cross country, boys soccer, boys & girls golf, boys & girls swimming, boys & girls tennis, girls track, boys baseball, girls volleyball, girls field hockey, and boys & girls alpine skiing
  • AHS awarded 15th straight Journal Sentinel Preps Plus School of the Year honor
  • AHS Robotics Team earned 2nd place at  State
  • Academic All State Team nominations were granted to players in various sports including football and girls golf
  • Boys golf, girls soccer and softball teamswere honored with the Classic 8 Conference Sportsmanship Award
  • DECA students competed in 2016 State Career Development Conference, in Nashville with one student earning a “top 10” award
  • Forensics Team had six students compete in the state finals, and one student went to the national competition 
  • Regional Scholastic Art Award winners included seven AHS students, with five earning Gold or Silver Key Awards
  • AHS student body was again nominated as the Hartland Chamber of Commerce Kudes Award as the Volunteer Group of the Year
  • Arrowhead’s SAVE Team was featured in “Best of Milwaukee” by Milwaukee Magazine for their work with WWII vets and holocaust survivors