University School of Milwaukee
Starting in the early 1800's, University School originally began as The German-English Academy (GEA). In 1917, GEA changed its name to University School. Milwaukee Female Seminary, Milwaukee Country Day and the new University School combined their efforts in 1963.
Currently, University School offers programs for prekindergarten through 12th grade. Most of the students come from Ozaukee, Milwaukee, Waukesha, Washington and Sheboygan counties.
The campus is roughly 120 acres and the average class size is 15 students.
- Founding Date: 1851
- Number of students: 1064
- Public/Private: Private
- Financial aid: Yes
- Grade levels: Prekindergarten-12
- Features: Auditorium/stage, Cafeteria, Computer lab, Language lab, Library, Science lab, Sports facilities
- Sports teams: Cross Country, Boys Football, Hockey, Field Hockey, Tennis, Girls Volleyball, Basketball, Swimming and Diving, Soccer, Skiing, Boys Golf, Track & Field, and Lacrosse.
- Uniforms: Yes
- Student clubs: Art in Action, Book Club, Newspaper, Chess Club, Chinese Culture Club, Current Events, Fed Challenge, French, Spanish, and Latin Honor Society, Harvard Model Congress, Math Team, STAR Service, Student Council, Yearbook, and Yale Model UN.
- Advanced placement courses: Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Computer Science, English Lit, English, Environmental Science, European History, French, Physics B, Physics C, Spanish, Spanish Literature, Statistics, Studio Art- Drawing, Studio Art- 2-D Design, and U.S. History.