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Crivitz High School

Crivitz, WI

Crivitz High School

Crivitz, WI
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About

School: Crivitz High School
Address: 400 South Avenue Crivitz, WI
Mascot: Wolverines
Notable Alumni: Pete Banaszak
How many state championship has your school won? 0
What is your school’s vision/mission statement? One of the first lessons taught to our student-athletes is that winning is a by-product. We take pride sharing the message that by working as hard as possible to achieve goals set forth by the program, success will follow. We are grateful for all of the opportunities our kids are offered and are fortunate to have such a caring, experienced, devoted coaching staff. Our student-athletes strive for excellence both in and out of the classroom. We work hard to provide opportunities for these student-athletes to maximize their potential in each sport, promote athletes to play multiple sports, value the concept of teamwork by being a valuable team member and teammate, learn to prioritize within their life, live a healthy life by making good choices about what they put into their bodies as well as how they condition and build/maintain strength, and deal with the various adversities that come throughout any challenging task.
Where does your school play their home games? (stadium/gym names): Matt Bernier

About

School: Crivitz High School
Address: 400 South Avenue Crivitz, WI
Mascot: Wolverines
Notable Alumni: Pete Banaszak
How many state championship has your school won? 0
What is your school’s vision/mission statement? One of the first lessons taught to our student-athletes is that winning is a by-product. We take pride sharing the message that by working as hard as possible to achieve goals set forth by the program, success will follow. We are grateful for all of the opportunities our kids are offered and are fortunate to have such a caring, experienced, devoted coaching staff. Our student-athletes strive for excellence both in and out of the classroom. We work hard to provide opportunities for these student-athletes to maximize their potential in each sport, promote athletes to play multiple sports, value the concept of teamwork by being a valuable team member and teammate, learn to prioritize within their life, live a healthy life by making good choices about what they put into their bodies as well as how they condition and build/maintain strength, and deal with the various adversities that come throughout any challenging task.
Where does your school play their home games? (stadium/gym names): Matt Bernier