Waterloo High School

Principal's Message

Welcome to Waterloo High School!

I am excited and honored to serve as the Waterloo High School Principal where we prepare today’s students for tomorrow’s challenges!

We are a small school that offers many opportunities for students in an extremely safe environment and a welcoming atmosphere. These opportunities include the core classes as well as world languages, technology education, business education, agriculture, music, art, physical education, health, online electives, mentorships, youth apprenticeships, and dual-credit options. Waterloo High School has been a recipient of the Wisconsin Advanced Placement Advisory Council Pacesetter Award for five consecutive years. This award is a result of our school's student participation and performance on the College Board Advanced Placement (AP) Exams.

Waterloo High School also offers diverse experiences in athletics and activities, which include Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Patriot's Club, Young and Old Stick Together program (partnering program with the elderly), Student Council, Solo & Ensemble, Drama/Musicals, Forensics, FFA, Visual Arts Classics, and National Honor Society.

Waterloo School District has an outstanding scholarship program with the Class of 2021 receiving approximately $654,000 in scholarship money.

The staff at Waterloo High School pledge to:

  • Believe in the limitless learning potential of every student.
  • Meet the individual learning needs of each student.
  • Create engaging and rigorous classroom learning environments.
  • Treat students, families, and colleagues with courtesy and respect.
  • Expect students, families, and colleagues to strive for the highest standards of performance and accountability.
  • Collaborate regularly with colleagues to seek and implement more effective strategies for helping each student to achieve his or her academic potential.
  • Do whatever it takes - go the extra mile - to ensure that every student has the opportunity to achieve or exceed academic expectations.

Thank you for visiting our website. If you have any questions please feel free to call (920.478.2171 ext. 4101) or email me at bartelts@waterloo.k12.wi.us.

Go Pirates!

Shawn Bartelt

High School Principal

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Shawn and his wife have two young children. They enjoy spending time together as a family by going to parks, traveling, and being outdoors. When not at school Shawn enjoys running, doing crossfit, landscaping, reading, and anything sports related.

Shawn started with the Waterloo School District in 2017. He was previously the PreK-8 Principal before taking over from Mr. Donner as the high school principal in 2021. Before coming to Waterloo, Shawn was an Associate Principal at Beaver Dam High School, spending five years of his career there. Prior to working in Beaver Dam, Shawn was a Physical Education, Health Education, and Adaptive Physical Education teacher at Bartels Middle School in Portage where he also coached Varsity football.

Shawn has a Master of Arts in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Shawn is passionate about the growth, both academically and socially, for all students. Please do not hesitate to contact Shawn with any questions or concerns.

Victoria Kalscheuer

Pupil Services Director

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Victoria is the current Director of Pupil Services and Special Education for the Waterloo School District. Before coming to Waterloo, Victoria was an Associate Principal and Program Support Coordinator in Oregon, WI, spending 12 years of her career there. Prior to working in Oregon, Victoria was a Special Education teacher in New Glarus, WI; and held positions as a Social Studies teacher in Monticello, WI and McFarland, WI.

Tori and her husband Brian have one child, Kaitlin. As a family, they enjoy spending time together. They love to travel and visit extended family.

Victoria has a Master of Arts in Educational Leadership from Silver Lake College, Manitowoc as well as a Master of Science in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Victoria is driven to work with equitable practices enhancing our work in K-12 education. She values collaboration and relationships with students, families, staff and the community in order to support the success of all learners. Victoria encourages those with questions or concerns to contact her directly.

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