News Archive

ULS to hold in-person classes



ULS plans to utilize its 180-acre campus for outdoor learning this fall.

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ULS Alum Molly Seidel Makes History by Qualifying for the Olympics



Molly Seidel placed 2nd at the U.S. Olympic Trials and will represent Team USA in the women's marathon this summer.

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Matt Hanke Scores Perfect Score on ACT



Matt Hanke, a junior at ULS, earned the highest possible ACT composite score of 36.

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Polar Bear Plunging for #GivingTuesday



ULS held a contest to encourage donations for #GivingTuesday — the "winner" took a polar plunge into the cold waters of Nagawicka Lake in Delafield. (The Freeman)

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River and Lake Restoration Trip



ULS 5th and 6th graders went to the Oconomowoc River and North Lake to help restore the waterways to better health.

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Horner Commits to Ball State



Senior Elyse Horner officially committed to play Division I field hockey at Ball State University.

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University Lake School Presents Fall Play



Students at University Lake School performed the fall play, “Almost, Maine.”

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How to Work with Your College Counselor



ULS College Counselor, Joe Niemczyk, visited WTMJ's "The Morning Blend."

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Why Parents Should Consider a School Change in Middle School

Why Parents Should Consider a School Change in Middle School


Mrs. McSorley on "The Morning Blend" talks about leadership and confidence.

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Why a Holistic Approach to Studying Spanish Resonates with Local Students



University Lake School makes learning Spanish a crucial part of the curriculum for students of all ages, from pre-primary school all the way through the Upper School.

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An Imaginative Display

The Lower School


The Lower School "Our Backyard" Showcase featured interactive activities and the brilliant efforts of ULS students.

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How to Select a Preschool for Your Child



ULS Lower School Head Adriana Hollenbeck discusses the importance of preschool.

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