Program Overview

Lake Mills High School is pleased to offer students the opportunity to earn the designation as a Wisconsin Global Scholar. The parameters for the award have been developed by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. The award acknowledges students who have demonstrated a strong interest in global issues by successfully completing a global education curriculum and engaging in co-curricular activities and experiences that foster the development of global competencies.

The components of the Global Scholar program can be found under the top menu (click on the three bars). For an explanation of the program, please watch this short presentation:

GEAC Presentation


(Developed by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction)

Students graduating from high school may be awarded the distinction of Wisconsin Global Scholar if they have completed the following requirements:

  • Four (4) credits in one world language

  • Four (4) credits in courses with global content. One of those credits may be a year of a second world language.

  • Reflections on eight books (fiction or non-fiction) with global content. Alternately, up to four reflections may be on art, music or film.

  • Participation in culturally focused global activities.

  • A minimum of twenty (20) hours of global service learning.

Please see pages for details and tracking forms specific to Lake Mills HIgh School.

Ellen Onsrud, French Teacher
920.648.2355 x341

Ellen Onsrud, French Teacher
Casey Bouska, Spanish Teacher
Brenda Morris, English Teacher and Library Media Director
Lindy Oates, English Teacher
Kisten Gillespie, School Psychologist