Students: N/A | Faculty: 23 | Grades: 10-11 | Gender: Coed
Conserve School is located just outside of the town of Land O’ Lakes in northern Wisconsin. It is a 1,200 acre campus surrounded by four private lakes and has a two mile border with the Sylvania National Wilderness Area. Conserve School was founded in 2002.
Built on the property of the late James R. Lowenstine, the cost to cover tuition, room and board for enrolled students is normally $200 but can be covered through scholarships.
It offers a non-sectarian college preparatory curriculum to high school juniors and advanced sophomores and holds 15-16 students per classroom.
The school’s belief is that students should be educated primarily through various wilderness activities to become environmental stewards of the future.
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