Student Success An Ongoing Priority
At University School of Milwaukee, it is important that our student body is reflective of the Milwaukee region in its myriad forms of diversity. In...
August 20, 2020
Our Common Bond Dedication Ceremony
Following three years of generous contributions from the community, and 15 months of extensive construction, the community dedicated the newest Our Common Bond facilities on...
August 27, 2018
Building on Our Common Bond: Construction Update
The Our Common Bond campaign has reached an exciting milestone, recently surpassing 70 percent of the goal, with construction on the capital projects progressing on...
April 28, 2018
ICE Ball – Innovate. Create. Excel.
Thank you to everyone who attended the ICE Ball. Most evident during the evening was the joy and camaraderie among friends, a symbol of the...
April 19, 2018
Construction Projects Proceeding as Scheduled
Construction crews have been busy digging, framing, demolishing, installing, and excavating for projects related to the Our Common Bond campaign. Excavation work for the Jack...
July 17, 2017
We are Building on Our Common Bond!
The University School of Milwaukee community gathered for a groundbreaking ceremony on May 31, 2017, to kick off construction projects related to the School’s $27...
June 26, 2017
Investing in USM is the Best Investment We Can Make in Our Children
Sarah Olson Zimmermann ’92 is happy to be part of a Milwaukee family with ties going back four generations to USM and its predecessor schools....
March 18, 2017
Whatever Career I Decide to Pursue, USM is Actively Setting Me up to Succeed
When Max Levatich ’16 returned to Milwaukee after spending a year in Europe where his father was employed, he was
March 12, 2017
Being Given Access to this Great School is an Incredible Opportunity, and I am Making the Most of it
Turquoise Baker ’16 loves Physics. “I cannot help but be
March 11, 2017
“USM Graduates Are the People You Want on Your Team”
When Bruce Lee ’81 was in his junior year of high school, he had a gut feeling that he was not getting the education he...
March 9, 2017
Where the Arts Thrive, Students Thrive
Dain Shuler has been going the distance for the USM band since 2001—literally. For fifteen years, the Band Director has been lugging equipment from the...
March 8, 2017
“At USM, I was taught by the best, so I wanted to teach among the best.”
Camp counselor Kip Jacobs ’74 was at Red Arrow Camp in Woodruff, WI, when he decided he wanted to teach. At the time, he was...
March 1, 2017