High School
901 Lincoln Avenue Tomah, WI 54660, Phone: 608-374-7961
Our mission at Tomah High School is to create a learning community that empowers students to become respectful, responsible, productive citizens in a diverse society; therefore, every student will be inspired and challenged to accomplish academic, social and vocational goals.
Robert Joyce
High School Principal 608-374-7351 RobertJoyce@tomah.k12.wi.us
Jeff Adams
Associate Principal 608-374-7339 jeffreya@tomah.k12.wi.us
Angie Plueger
Dean of Students 608-374-7963 AngelaPlueger@tomah.k12.wi.us
Melissa Carroll
Administrative Assistant 608-374-7961 MelissaCarroll@tomah.k12.wi.us
Gail Dvorak
Receptionist, Communications 608-374-7358 gaild@tomah.k12.wi.us

Fax Number: 608-374-7290


Attn Sophomore/Parents:

Reminder that your Jostens Rep will be at school to take Class Ring Orders and size on Fri., Sept. 29th from 9:30-10:05am. Please bring your order form (either printed online form or one in your packet) with a $50 deposit.  You may also design your ring and order online at jostens.com.    Questions, please call 1-800-567-8367.


Adoption of Academic Standards for the 2017-18 School Year

The Tomah Area School District has adopted the Common Core State Standards for English/language arts (ELA) (http://dpi.wi.gov/sites/default/files/imce/standards/pdf/ela-stds-app-a-revision.pdfand math (https://dpi.wi.gov/sites/default/files/imce/standards/pdf/common-core-math-standards.pdf).  In the area of science, the Next Generation Science Standards (http://www.nextgenscience.org/) have been adopted and for all other content areas, the Wisconsin Model Academic Standards ( http://dpi.wi.gov/standards) have been adopted as the academic standards.

These academic standards were adopted by the Board of Education on the 17th of July, 2017 and recorded in the Board minutes.

Cindy G. Zahrte

Tomah Area School District

District Administrator

Our Mission- High Quality Student Learning: Every Child, Every Day


Mr. Jungmeyer US History students building their own version of the Alamo and preparing for the eminent attack of Santa Anna’s Mexican Army.

AP English Language testers enjoyed pancakes for breakfast on May 10 before heading off to their AP tests for the morning. Approximately 67 THS students took a total of 116 tests and submitted 13 art portfolios during the first 2 weeks of May. Students who score well enough on their tests qualify for college credit.