Join us for a summer to remember at Lowenwood! Our six week hands on skill –building program combines outdoor summer fun and adventure with serious learning! We are offering 3 - two week summer education sessions mid June through the end of July. We hope to challenge the mind and pique a young person’s interest in a variety of ways! When not engaged in classes students will be able to select from the variety of recreational activities that may be offered on or off campus creating a very summer camp-like atmosphere for all.
Our summer education program at Conserve School goes beyond traditional summer school curriculum by offering an integrated educational program for rising 6th through 10th graders and our ESL – English as a Second Language - program is designed for rising 6th – 12th graders. The experiential nature of our curriculum encourages students to apply the knowledge and skills gained in the classroom to real life situations. Through this approach, students have many opportunities to develop the skills necessary to be life-long learners, strong and able leaders, and positive change makers.
Students will be able to take full advantage of the natural beauty and resources of our campus located in northern Wisconsin. Conserve School was established as a wish of the late James R. Lowenstine. Realizing the importance of conserving the area’s natural resources, Mr. Lowenstine, a true visionary, bequeathed his 1,200 acre property, named Lowenwood, to future generations as a living classroom. His wish was to found a school that would teach young people the importance of environmental stewardship and ethical leadership. Lowenwood consists of over 22 miles of trails, eight lakes and wetlands that can be utilized for research projects, recreational activities, and creative inspiration. Along with our outdoor and recreational resources, students will have access to our state of the art facilities, science and computer laboratories, lecture halls, and classrooms as well as a fully equipped performing arts theatre, an outstanding resource library and the Lowenwood Recreation Center.