Wisconsin Dental Assistant School (WDAS) 819 Summit Ave Oconomowoc, is pleased to award Kettle Moraine High School senior, Selina Solom the $3000 scholarship to attend their 2019 Fall Session. WDAS offers this scholarship to one graduating senior from Oconomowoc, Watertown. and Kettle Moraine High Schools each. The scholarship is offered yearly.
WDAS was established in 2012 by Physician Director James A. Michaels who saw a need for well trained Dental Assistants in a school with affordable tuition. WDAS has graduated over 300 students since its first class. Many of whom are working in dental offices and other dental related occupations. About 25% of the students who take this training program have plans to continue their education by going to Dental Hygiene School or Dental School.