Current Community Events

Our summer reading series, Story Explorers, will be held in the Manegold Lower School for children ages 4-7. This event is open to the community, so bring your non-ULS friends!

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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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Summer enrichment, tutoring and camp registration is open now. We offer many options for JK4 through 12th grades.

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

Current Community Events

Service Learning

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.

Lower School

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.

Middle School

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.

Upper School

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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