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Templeton Middle School
N59w22490 Silver Spring Dr, Sussex, WI 53089
Built in 1969 with additions and remodeling in 1974, 1993 and 1999, the institution serves 6th, 7th and 8th graders andMore is named for James Templeton. Templeton was the first postmaster in Sussex and became postmaster of an area east of the village known as Templeton before it consolidated with Sussex. In 2007, Templeton Middle School was named the Wisconsin Middle School of Excellence in the large school category.
Ausblick Ski Hill
W260n6395 Mary Hill Rd, Sussex, WI 53089
Ausblick Ski Hill is a private ski club located on the southwest side of Sussex on Mary Hill Road. Its use as a ski hillMore dates back to the 1930s when a chaplain from Marquette University was seeking out hills for the school's ski club. In the 1970s it was sold to a private company, which added upgrades including Wisconsin's first triple chair lift. Today the club also boasts snow-making equipment, grooming equipment, a cooling pond, lighting, a chalet and a garage. Ski instruction is offered, as well as racing and snowboard programs. The word "ausblick" means "scenic view or overlook." 
Hamilton High School
W220n6151 Town Line Rd, Sussex, WI 53089
Named in honor of Alexander Hamilton, this high-achieving public high school graduated its first class in 1965. Prior toMore the institution's creation, area students attended Pewaukee, Hartland-Arrowhead, Germantown, Menomonee Falls, Brookfield, Wauwatosa or Waukesha high schools. For three of every five days, classes meet for 90-minutes. For two of every five days, classes meet 75-minutes with one hour devoted to resources and counseling that replace the traditional study hall.
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