The Town of Boulder Junction is the fifth largest town in Vilas County, covering 82 square miles and home to 1,019 people. The area offers excellent schools, a high quality of life, outstanding outdoor recreation and extraordinary natural beauty.
Elementary – North Lakeland School
12686 Co Rd K
Manitowish Waters, WI 54545
Phone: (715) 543-8417
Elementary school age students from Boulder Junction, along with students from the townships of Land O’ Lakes, Manitowish Waters, Presque Isle and Winchester attend North Lakeland School. The school is known for its excellent academic programs, low ratio of students to staff, unique outdoor education program, and innovative use of class configuration and technology.
High School – Lakeland Union High School
Minocqua, WI 54548
Phone: (715) 356-5252
Students from Boulder Junction attend Lakeland Union High School, located in Minocqua. Lakeland Union High School offers a full range of academic and vocational programs to students. In addition to students from Boulder Junction, Lakeland High School draws students from the communities of Hazelhurst, Tomahawk, Lac du Flambeau, Woodruff, Arbor Vitae, Presque Isle, Winchester, Manitowish Waters and Minocqua.
The center of higher education in the Northwoods offers 70+ career programs, University Transfer and Liberal Arts, Continuing Education, Outdoor Adventure, Learning in Retirement, theatre events, community library and art gallery. nicoletcollege.edu
Vilas County UW-Extension
330 Court Street
Eagle River, WI 54521
Phone: (715) 479-3653
Extends the resources and research of the University of Wisconsin System statewide. UW-Extension includes Cooperative Extension offices in 72 counties and three tribal nations, 12 Small Business Development Centers, Outreach and E-Learning programs delivered via the 26 UW System campuses and distance-learning channels
5400 N. Black Oak Lake Rd.
Land O’ Lakes, WI 54540
Phone: (715) 547-1300
Conserve School is for students who have demonstrated a genuine interest in the natural world and who are motivated to conserve it. This semester-long immersion in environmental studies and outdoor activities deepens students’ love of nature, reinforces their commitment to conservation, and equips them to take meaningful action as environmental stewards.