Welcome to Whitko Community Schools
CWA Food Drive will start November 11th and continue until November 20th. All food items donated will be given to local food banks for this holiday season.CWA would like to thank everyone that helped support the food drive this year. We were able to collect over 1500 non-perishable items to donate this holiday season. Thank you for your support!
WMS FFA team won District II Parliamentary Contest on 11/18/15. Front Row: Rylee Gardner, Meghanne Jones, Claire Keirn. Back Row: Mrs. Koontz, Haley Lysaght, Aiden Bechtold, Nicholas Sanger and Jonathan Craft. GREAT JOB!!
Each of the 4 Whitko buildings choose a Student of the Month. A great way to show #whitkopride !!!
Congratulations to Lauren Hollenbaugh and Kaige Michael for being nominated WMS students of the month. GREAT JOB!!
Congratulations to Mallory Mulligan
Everyday SWES Bulldogs are doing their part and being a team! #yearoftheteam

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Here are the 2015-16 Board Goals for Whitko

• Marketing – In an effort to share with our community the amazing academic and athletic achievements of our students and staff, the Board will review and revise their Marketing/Communication Plan by November 1st and implement the plan throughout the year.

• Achievement – We will strive to ensure every student will achieve at their maximum level through our diverse learning opportunities. Whitko has the following programming and offerings for our students: Dual Credit, Advanced Placement, Technical Education, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics), PLTW (Project Lead the Way) at all grade levels, Learning Commons environments in the elementary schools, High Ability Programming grades K-12,  1-1 computer technology, Google Classroom, social media communications, award winning Art and Music programming, and a full complement of athletic programs and extra-curricular clubs. 

Financial Stability

 In order to provide the most appropriate, well maintained and effective educational environment for our students and do it in the most fiscally appropriate manner, The Board will, by the end of the 2015-2016 school year, have in place a 5 year Financial Plan that is necessary to carry out the instructional programs for our children.


Click on the link below for additional information.

Pierceton Elementary

South Whitley Elementary

Whitko Middle School

Whitko High School 


Contact the schools above or the Corporate Office


View our latest construction videos, click here! 


Upcoming Board Meeting:

October 19, 2015 at 6:30 PM
Location : Whitko Middle School - Lecture Room


Textbook Rental Fees are due!!!! 
 Please visit E-Funds for convenient online payments or contact your school for payment options! 
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 Current projects:

  • Renovation in progress at South Whitley Elementary 
  • Building a new Pierceton Elementary
  • Personal Learning Systems in all grades with K-12 having 1-1 technology     


Belief Statement
All Children Can Learn.

Vision Statement
Our school corporation and schools are committed to “Excellence for All” students by focusing on educational programs, aligned curriculum, authentic assessments, and differentiated instruction that provides the conditions necessary for all of our children to be successful in our schools and beyond our schools. Furthermore, we are moving the standard for our schools from being “good” schools to being “great” schools.

Mission Statement
Our mission is to educate each and every child who attends our schools to become successful life-long learners and positive contributors to the betterment of our collective societies.

Quick Facts
We serve:

  • 2 Counties (Kosciusko and Whitley)
  • 4 Towns (South Whitley, Larwill, Pierceton, and Sidney)
  • 5 Townships (Washington, Monroe, Jackson, Richland, and Cleveland)
We consist of:
  • 2 Elementaries (K-5th Grade)
  • 1 Middle School (6th Grade-8th Grade)
  • 1 High School (9th Grade-12th Grade)
We are located:
  • 10 miles from Warsaw
  • 10 miles from Lake Wawasee
  • 30 miles from Fort Wayne
  • 60 miles from South Bend
We have been awarded:
  • Full accreditation by the Indiana Department of Education
For the 2015-2016 school year, we have:
  • 1,531 Students Enrolled (638 in the Elementary Schools, 370 at the Middle School, and 523 at the High School)
  • 99 Certified Teachers
  • 138 Support Staff Members


  • Phone: 574-594-2210 or 260-327-3677
  • Fax: 260-327-3238
  • Phone: 260-723-6342 or 260-723-6042
  • Fax: 260-723-5165
  • Phone: 260-327-3603 or 574-594-1687
  • Fax: 260-327-3805
  • Phone: 260-723-5146 or 574-594-1687
  • Fax: 260-723-4724