Three Lakes Jr / Sr High School

  • 6930 West School Street
  • Three Lakes, WI 54562
  • Phone: 715-546-3321
  • Fax: 715-546-2828
  • Principal
    Gene Welhoefer
Summer Academic Camps


Every summer there is a wide variety of academic camps available for elementary, jr. high and high school students. To find out if a camp is age-appropriate, click on the link provided for more information.

Trees for Tomorrow Natural Resources Careers Workshop...experience real-life field work and develop outdoor skills, meet foresters, wildlife biologists, water resource specialists, and others with the same outdoor passion as yourself.  For Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors and graduating Seniors.  Earn college credit wile enjoying hands-on outdoor experiences.  Go online to: for more information and an application.  June 15-19, 2015.

Northland College In summer Northland College in Ashland invites high school students to explore and experience their college, located on the south shore of Lake Superior in Ashland.  They offer geology, aquatic ecology, culture, astronomy, adventure and wildlife, experience life on campus with other high school dstudents.  Develope field, leadership, and teamwork skills while doing all the things that make summer count like sea kayaking, paddle boarding, geocaching, climbing, swimming and hiking plus campfires, low ropes course and more.  For students entering grades 9-12.  Please visit more information.

Wisconsin Center for Academically Talented Youth (WACTY) -
is a statewide, year-round organization out of the UW-Madison dedicated to serving gifted students. 

The Accelerated Learning Program (APL) is an intense, three-week summer camp on the beautiful UW-Madison campus designed to push Grades 9-12 students to the next academic level while housing them in an intimate learning environment.  Students enroll in a single course for an in-depth experience not possible in a crowded high school setting.  Students gain insight from instructors who are experts in their fields.

The Summer Transition Enrichment Program (STEP) gives an opportunity to Grades 7-8 to spend two weeks on a college campus studying one accelerated course.  STEP is designed to engage, intellectually challenge and inspire.  It offers a learning atmosphere that nurtures students talents and abilities, enriches social life, and encourages creativity. WCATY strives to balance the academic and recreational sides of camp.  This program is for those who are ready for above grade level challenge and are serious about having fun in and outside of the classroom with peers who share similar aspirations and interest.

Young Students Summer Program (YSSP) classes are fast-paced and cover a great amount of material.  Students completing grades 4-6 need to explore the many different avenues open to their curious minds.  Each class is small and designed to introduce new disciplines, helping students expand their knowledge about the world and discover how much there truly is to learn.  As students adjust to the summer camp atmosphere they gain personal independence and connet with other bright students on a deeper level.

Academy is for Grades 5-8 and Project A is also for Grades 5-8, check all these programs out at

Engineering Tomorrow's Career - Interested in engineering?  Come spend a week at the UW-Madison and find out what engineering is all about! ETC camp is an exciting way for high school girls to explore multiple engineering fields through labs, tours, and talks, get a feel for our campus, and meet new friends.  June 14th - 19th, 2015.  applications open on November 1st and is there is limited availability.
For more information visit:

Angel on My Shoulder Camps - Camps for kids experiencing cancer through a loved one.....
CAMP ANGEL:  7-12 years old July 10-12, 2015 and January 8-10, 2016
CAMP TEEN ANGEL:  13-15 years old July 17-20, 2015
ANGEL ADVENTURES:  16-18 years old Feb. 2016 over President's Day Weekend
ANGEL ADVENTURES EXTREME:  16-18 years old August 7-10, 2015
For more information 1-800-860-3431 or
ANGEL ON MY SHOULDER CAMP HOZHONI, this is for children under the age of 18 living with cancer.  Camp Hozhoni will be at the Lions Camp in Rosholt, WI.  Held September 11-13, 2015.  Please call the number above if interested.

The Congress-Bundestag Vocational Exchange Program
This full scholarship program, which runs from July to June, includes:
*A pre-departure orientation in Washington D.C.
*Two months of intensive German language training.
*Training/School attendance and an internship while living with a German host family.
*Both a Mid-Term and Re-Entry Seminar in Berlin.
*Room and board for the duration of the program.
*Health, liability and accident insurance.
*International travel to and from Germany.
For more information:

UW-Oshkosh Fire Science Career Exploration Camps
Basic Fire Science Camp 
Advanced Fire Science Camp 
GO (Gals Only) Fire Science Camp 
For more information visit

UW-Green Bay Summer Camps for Grades 6-12
Summer Music Camps  -  Science Camps  -  Art Studio Camps - Robotics & STEM

Society of Women Engineers invite you to attend the annual Engineering Tomorrow's Careers Camp.  The goals of this camp are to give you the opportunity to explore various disciplines within engineering, meet other young women with similar interests, and see what life in college is really like. June 15th-20th, 2014. For more information and/or to register go to:

UW-Stevens Point - Pre College Summer Programs the following precollege programs for all middle and high school students who are eligible for free and reduced school lunch, be a Wisconsin resident, and most programs require at least a 2.0 GPA.  There are a limited number of scholarships available through GEAR-UP and DPI.  Please see their website for more information:

Wisconsin Lions Camp is a part of the Wisconsin Lions Foundation who offer quality programs for Wisconsin youth and adults with disabilities since 1956.  This program focuses on developing a positive self-concept, social interaction and experience in outdoor recreational activities and is geared to the specific needs and interests of each camper.  They also have a counselor-in-training program, for more information please visit their website:

  • Three Lakes Junior/ Senior High
  • 6930 W School St., Three Lakes, WI 54562
  • Phone: 715-546-3321 | Fax: 715-546-2828