ACT Aspire Testing

State Testing - ACT Aspire

  • Monday, April 24th, 2017 - Regular school day

  • Tuesday, April 25, 2017 - ACT Aspire State Assessment - all 9th and 10th grade students please report to school by 7:30 am.   
  • Tuesday, April 25, 2017 -  Grades 11 and 12 - Late Start - please report to school by 11:05 am

  • Wednesday, April 26, 2017 -ACT Aspire State Assessment - all 9th and 10th grade students please report to school by 7:30 am. 
  • Wednesday, April 26, 2017 -  Grades 11 and 12 - Late Start - please report to school by 9:40 am

  • Buses will run on normal schedules both days. Juniors and seniors arriving before the scheduled start times on April 25 and 26 are welcome to go to the cafeteria for quiet study until testing is completed. 

Printable Schedule ACT Aspire Information

Contact Us
Fax: 414-281-8860

Driving Directions

Office Hours:
6:30 AM - 3:00 PM

Attendance 414-855-2420
Student Services 414-855-2430
Fitness Center Information


Paul Thusius, Principal
Karen Schilz, Secretary
Cameo Abifarin, Athletic Assistant


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After School Protocol

This is a reminder to all Parents and StudentsMore
About GHS


Building a community committed to academic achievement and respect.

Mission Statement

We, the staff of Greenfield High School, accept the privilege and responsibility of ensuring that all students receive an educational experience that provides the foundations for a lifetime of academic, personal, emotional and social success. As the partners of parents and the mentors of students, we will foster in students a desire to learn, a sense of self-reliance, and a commitment to community and country.


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Important Information

Fifty Ninth Annual Junior Prom and Post Prom Information

Date: Saturday, May 13, 2017
Cost: $65 per person - sold May 3,4, and 5  ONLY   (Both lunches) Tickets are not refundable once purchased.
Location:  The Italian Community Center
                 631 E. Chicago St.

                 Milwaukee, WI

Theme: “Happily Ever After”


Post Prom
(Sponsored by the Post Prom Parent Committee)
Time:  12 midnight – 3:30 a.m. 
Location:  Stonefire Pizza
                 5320 S. Moreland Rd.
                 New Berlin, WI

For more Information


GHS Prom Tuxedo Rental Fundraiser

The 2017 Greenfield Prom will take place on Saturday, May 13th at the Italian Community Center in downtown Milwaukee. GHS is partnering with Men's Wearhouse in Greenfield as an option for our students to rent their tuxedos for the event, and in return Men's Wearhouse will donate $5.00 back to GHS for each tuxedo rented through them. The store also graciously loaned tuxes to GHS for our annual Prom Style Show, which took place on March 15th.   

More information here.



Enrollment Information


We decided to create a blog recognizing acts of kindness at Greenfield High School. Our school is teeming with great people who put others before themselves, and we decided to share some examples of their good deeds. Every day we will post about the individuals who truly stand out in making GHS a welcoming and accepting school environment. 


Holocaust History Trip for 2017

Mrs. Matheson is planning a trip for Summer of 2017 that is focused on the Holocaust. We’ll fly to Berlin, Germany, and travel to Poland, the Czech Republic, back to Germany, and even take a day trip to Salzburg in Austria!  This is a 13-day trip that includes airfare and ground transportation, hotel, breakfast and dinner daily, a full-time tour director, and admissions to the sites detailed on the itinerary. The cost for the trip is about $3800 for students and $4300 for adults.

More Information: 

Wendy Matheson, English Teacher, Greenfield High School, Room 202
414-281-6200 ext. 2522

Bring your parents and friends to learn more about this “bucket list” opportunity.

Link to the Flyer

Financial Aid Presentation

On Wednesday, October 5th, the GHS Student Services gave a presentation on obtaining financial aid for college.

The link will take you to the PowerPointMore

Free "Teen Safe Driver" Training Program

"Ford Driving Skills for Life" is a program regarding teenage driver safety that Ford, in partnership with the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, will be hosting at Miller Park on May 20th & 21st, 2017. This FREE driver training program is for teenagers with a learner’s permit or a driver’s license.


The training will help teens improve their skills in hazard recognition, vehicle handling, speed and space management, braking and stopping distances, reaction time and how to avoid the dangers of distracted and impaired driving.  This course is intended for teens to learn these skills in a safe environment with professional instructors sitting right next to them. Again, there is no cost to attend this event. A video about the event can be viewed here: Additional videos, including of previous events in other states, can also be viewed here:


Parents/students that wish to attend this free event can register for one of the sessions on the website:


Culture Night

Perfectly Princess Tea Party

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For more information contact Mrs. Schmeling, 

at 414-281-6200 x2578 or

Parent University Spring 2017
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    Parent University is back for Spring 2017

    Check out the new catalog of FREE courses & workshops for parents.  The goal of this program is to connect parents to resources and 

    information regarding ways in which they can support and guide the learning of their children.  Click here to register!

Athletes Of The Month


Congratulations January Athletes of the Month!

These athletes displayed:
True Dedication to the Specific Sports Program
Solid Leadership Qualities
A High Level of Work Ethic
The Highest Level of Performance


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