Laker Playgroup is an educational playgroup for toddlers ages 18 months to 3 years.
Activities include art, music, Spanish and nature exploration. Each class meets in our specially designed preprimary spaces, where parents and toddlers can explore, create and discover together. Laker Playgroup is a stepping-stone that prepares your child for the JK3 experience.
Our JK3 program now offers 2, 3 and 5 day options. Please view the schedule HERE.
Join us for a free college-planning seminar led by Joseph Niemczyk, College Counselor at University Lake School and Tony Drake, founder and CEO of Drake and Associates LLC.
THUNDER BAY GRILLE—5:30 pm
N14 W24130 Tower Place • Pewaukee, Wisconsin
February 15, March 8 OR March 15. Dinner provided.
Reserve your spot now! Call 262-367-6011 X1459 or email email@example.com.
We’re back! University Lake School is known for our lavish and exciting large-scale musical productions. This year our students tackle one of the most engaging productions of our time—High School Musical. Don’t miss this fun, modern adaption of Romeo & Juliet, brought to life by our very own ULS cast. Tickets are available now at UniversityLake.SeatYourself.biz.
At ULS, service is a key component of our school culture. Service work is integrated within the curriculum as well as in extracurricular activities in the Lower, Middle and Upper Schools.
Even our youngest students experience the satisfaction of giving back to our community. They are often the biggest supporters of school-wide service projects, such as when our 2nd graders decided to make and sell pet rocks to send money to Nepal earthquake victims.
The Lower School participates in an extensive service effort annually in which the students bake and sell hundreds of pumpkin pies prior to the Thanksgiving holiday. They then use the funds to support the Waukesha Christmas Clearing House, buying toys and meals so families in need enjoy a Christmas celebration.
At the Middle School level, service work is part of the science curriculum in which students in 5th and 6th grades engage on the Oconomowoc River restoration project. In addition, one of the main components of the Middle School student government is to participate in service activities. Recent service projects include collecting supplies for babies in need and collecting food for local food pantries.
In the Upper School, service projects are predominantly organized through the Rotary Interact Club. Interact is a club for young people, ages 12-18, who join together to tackle issues in their community. There are two major service initiatives each year: one geared toward helping the school community and one geared toward the community-at-large. Recently, the ULS Interact group raised money to help maintain the outdoor volleyball area on campus and organized a large-scale annual blood drive.
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