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BRILLIANCE

REALIZED

Student Achievements

2017-2018


The accomplishments of ULS students help establish a foundation for a lifetime of success. We are proud to recognize the successes of our students this year.

$3,947,000

Total College Scholarship Dollars Earned — Class of 2018

102

College Acceptances of 28 Students — Class of 2018


$157,880

Average College Scholarship per Graduate — Class of 2018

ULS students scored an average of points ABOVE the state average on the ACT test

6.5

ULS 4th-9th Grade scores indicate grade equivalents above their current grade — Stanford 10 Test

2.83

ULS SK-5th Grade students read an average of grade levels above current grade — Fountas & Pinnell Benchmark Reading Assessment

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ULS students made the Second Team All-State Squad — Wisconsin Math Council State Meet

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Top 4 team placements at the Purple Comet Math Competition in Wisconsin

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Place Wisconsin Mathematics League Competition


2 Scholastic Writing Gold Key Awards

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1 Scholastic Writing National Silver Key Award

1 8th grader honored in the VFW Patriot’s Pen Contest


Concurso Oral, is a state-wide Spanish competition

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Students earned three First Place medals

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First Place medals earned by one US student and one MS student


60%

Of US students are multi-sport athletes

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Participation of US students in athletics

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70%

Of MS students participated in athletics

40%

Of MS students are multi-sport athletes

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Students First Team All-Conference

Students Second Team All-Conference Students Honorable Mention All-Conference


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Conference Player of the Year

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Sectional Qualifiers

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State Qualifier

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Conference Team Championships

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Team State Appearances Team Sectional Appearance Winning Seasons


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15 Jerry Award Nominations

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2 Jerry Awards — Best Leading Performance & Spirit Award


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Entries

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State qualifiers

Received highest possible ratings in their class

DISTRICT SOLO & ENSEMBLE

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Entries Received highest possible ratings Received a nomination for Exemplary Performance in Musical Theater.

STATE SOLO & ENSEMBLE

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Students were selected for Wisconsin Choral Directors’ Association 2018 All-State Choirs


1 Scholastic Art Gold Key Award

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1 Scholastic Art Silver Key Award

4 Scholastic Art Honorable Mentions


3rd grade girls raised money for the Wildlife in Need Center

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Student Bible Study Group sponsored a child through Compassion International

MS student body contributed 139 care packages to Milwaukee Rescue Mission (MRM) and 44 no-sew fleece blankets for Hartland Place Senior Living and the Joy House at MRM


MS Girls Who Code donated to the World Wildlife Fund

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MS Student Government contributed to Mission 22 — a non-profit that helps fight veteran suicide

LS Student Government raised $518 for hurricane relief $818 in toys, hats & mittens donated to the Waukesha Christmas Clearing Council 700 books donated to Home Library 170 lbs. of pop tabs donated to Children’s Hospital


20% Of US students are active Interact members

THE US INTERACT SERVICE CLUB

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Volunteered with: The Gathering Blessings in a Backpack WI Region 8 Special Olympics Project Linus Oconomowoc Food Pantry

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SPONSORED BY THE LOCAL ROTARY CHAPTER

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Fundraised for: Project Linus Project Flavela (Brazil) Waukesha Christmas Clearing Council

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Funds come from student-driven projects such as ice cream socials, a badminton tournament, pancake brunches and bake sales.


For more information or to schedule a personal tour, contact Angie Wenger at (262) 367-6011, ext. 1455 or angie.wenger@universitylake.org

COLLEGE PREPARATORY SCHOOL PREPRIMARY TO GRADE 12 4024 NAGAWICKA ROAD, HARTLAND, WI UNIVERSITYLAKE.ORG ULS welcomes qualified students without regard to race, ethnic origin, creed, gender, or financial need.

Brilliance Realized  

Student Achievements University Lake School 2017-2018

Brilliance Realized  

Student Achievements University Lake School 2017-2018

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