Current Community Events

Join us Feb. 15 or Feb. 22 for a free college planning program with our own college counselor, Joe Niemczyk. This program is for parents who have children of all ages. High school students are welcome to attend with their parents.

Register now.

ULS presents the rockin’ musical, “Bye Bye Birdie.” Performances will be on Feb. 16, 17, 18, 23 and 24.

Order tickets today.

Free Community Movie Nights hosted at University Lake School presents “Up,” on Friday, March 2 at 7 p.m.

Join us Saturday, March 10, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., for our Preprimary Open House. Children are welcome and encouraged to attend.

Registration is open for the Performing Arts Summer Series, “A Musical Theatre Review.” Classes begin June 18 and a final performance will be held Friday, July 27.

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Personal Tours are also available any time.  Contact Deb Smith, Director of Admissions at (262) 367-6011 x 1455 or deb.smith@universitylake.org to schedule a tour.

Laker Playgroup is available for spring session. Laker Playgroup is a fun, educational playgroup facilitated by the same master educators who teach at ULS. Activities include art, music, Spanish and nature exploration. For children ages 18 months to 3 years.

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Current Community Events

The ULS teachers and leadership team believe that at the core of technology in education is a model in which technology’s purpose is to enhance the learning experience rather than be the experience.

University Lake School students and teachers are active participants in their own learning, choosing the best tools to accomplish their goals. Technology is used to develop strategies that allow learners to reflect on the process and make choices that will lead to improved learning outcomes. Using a balanced variety of devices and media and by embracing various roles, students employ their creative energy in exploring new skills that may stimulate unforeseen interests.

With a variety of resources available, University Lake School students use appropriate digital tools in constructing and engaging in meaningful learning experiences.

Technology by Division:

Preprimary through First Grade – utilize a shared bank of iPads as a research tool in a variety of investigative research studies.

Second through Fourth Grade – utilize individually assigned Chrome books as research work and academic projects become more sophisticated.

Middle and Upper School – utilize their own portable computer as research work and academic projects need to be worked on increasingly outside of class.  Appropriate device types include:  Notebook, Netbook, Chromebook, Microsoft Windows-based notebook computer, Apple iOS-based Macbook, or Google Chrome OS-based Chromebook. In addition, ULS offers an optional Cloud-based Microsoft Office 365 subscription for students 13 years and older with valid student email account as permitted by Microsoft.

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