Pre-college programs provide academic and social support for students in middle and high school. Students explore higher education options, discover college majors and careers, and build leadership skills.
|Program||Grades||Length of Program||Location|
|College Prep||6-8||Mondays, after school||Les Paul Middle School|
|College Prep||9-12||Tuesdays, after school||Waukesha North High School|
|College Prep||6-12||Thursdays, after school||UWM at Waukesha
(open to all in Waukesha County)
|College Prep||6-12||Once a week, Oct. – May||UWM at Waukesha|
|University Camp||6-8||Two weeks in June||UWM at Waukesha|
|College Bound||9-12||Two weeks in July||UWM at Waukesha|
The College Prep program improves basic skills, provides tutoring, works on competency in core subjects, and offers career exploration. Students in grades six through 12 meet once a week after school. The fall program runs September to December, and the spring program runs January to June. Locations include Les Paul Middle School, Waukesha North High School and UWM at Waukesha (open to all in Waukesha County).
The College Prep program for summer 2020 has been extended through July 31st.
The University Camp and College Bound Program have been canceled for summer 2020 due to COVID-19.
The University Camp meets for two weeks in June and is available for students entering sixth through eighth grade. The program, which takes place at UWM at Waukesha, features classes, workshops, activities and guest speakers, and also works to build leadership and life skills.
The College Bound program is for students entering grades nine through 12 and meets for two weeks in July. Students participate in classes, workshops and activities on the UWM at Waukesha campus. The program includes guest speakers, who reinforce academic skills while emphasizing leadership and life skills.