Current Community Events

Register now for Spring 2019 Laker Playgroup. This hands-on play group meets on Wednesdays starting January 23 through May 15 from 9-11 a.m.

Register today.

The ULS Fine Arts Department will perform “Guys and Dolls” February 15-17 and 26-28. Tickets go on sale Friday, December 21.

Personal Tours are also available any time. Contact Mrs. Angie Wenger, Director of Admissions at (262) 367-6011, ext. 1455 or to schedule a tour.

Current Community Events

Horner, Robynn


Lower and Middle School Spanish Teacher

BS Education

Please feel free to contact me at
262 367-6011 ext. 2555

¡Hola! I am the Lower School and 5th grade Spanish teacher. I began my career at ULS in 1990! I came to ULS to run the summer camp program and have remained here in a variety of roles ever since.

For many years, I taught at the Milwaukee Spanish Immersion School, a foreign language specialty school for English speaking children wishing to learn Spanish. I also taught K-8 Spanish at Queen of Apostles School.

After spending several years at home with our children, I was asked to come back to the classroom at ULS to start the PK program and have slowly been nudged back into my original calling as an elementary Spanish teacher. I hold degrees in Elementary Education and Elementary Spanish Teaching.

My goal is to foster a love of foreign language and culture and to strengthen the students’ understanding of their primary language. I want all of my students to feel comfortable and confident speaking, reading, writing and listening to Spanish.

My husband (Tim) and I live in Merton with our three children, one little gray cat and a VERY big dog named Little Jack Horner. We spend quite a bit of time at ULS with our children, who are students in the Upper School and Middle School and are actively involved in most sports.

It is a pleasure to teach in such a caring and supportive environment where life long learning and leadership are highly valued.

“As a hawk flieth not high with one wing, even so a man reacheth not to excellence with one tongue.”
– Roger Ascham