Explore the Possibilities

UWRF offers a variety of experiences designed just for youth and high school students. From test prep to athletic camps to options to earn college credit as a high schooler, we've got a wide array of options for our younger community members. 

Test Prep

UWRF offers a variety of test preparation courses in partnerships with Educational Testing Consultants, a leader in higher education test preparation. Classes are offered synchronously in a live-online virtual classroom that provides the opportunity to interact in real-time with instructors. Explore Class Offerings.

Athletic Camps and Clinics

Want to fine tune your skills in the off season and gain an edge in your sport? Falcon teams offer a variety of camps and clinics to help you up your game. Find a Camp.

Science Olympiad

Hosted by UWRF STEM faculty and staff, the Science Olympiad attracts hundreds of high school competitors each year. Learn More.

Skate School

We offer learn-to-skate, freestyle classes (for figure skaters who have passed delta), an annual ice show and pro's ice (for figure skaters taking private lessons). All instructors are qualified instructors and students at UWRF. Register for Skate School.

Learn to Climb

Learn to Climb is an introductory youth climbing program designed to empower kids ages 6-13 to discover the sport of climbing with experienced, certified instructors. The program is open to all skill levels and experience. Classes take place at the Falcon Outdoor Adventures Climbing Wall inside the Falcon Center. Learn More and Register.

Horse Camps and Clinics

Participants of all judging abilities and levels are welcome to UWRF's youth horse judging clinic. 4-Hers, FFA youth members, horse owners are all welcome. Find a Clinic.

Agricultural Technology Contest

Each year since 1961, students from middle and high schools across Wisconsin and Minnesota have competed in the Agricultural Technology Contest at UWRF. Events cover a range of agricultural business, agricultural communications, agricultural mechanics, animal science, food science, natural resource and plant science topics. The contest is coordinated by UWRF's Agricultural Education Department and more than 800 students from 60+ schools participate each year. Learn More.

Falcon Adapted Physical Education Program

Taught by UWRF Health and Physical Education (HPE) majors during the fall and spring semester, the Falcon Adapted Physical Education Program is open to children with special needs in River Falls and the surrounding communities. Under the supervision of faculty, HPE students teach developmentally appropriate activities in a fun, engaging environment. Learn More.

High School Credit Options

Did you know that there are several options for you to earn college credit while still in high school? You can get a leg up on your college education, explore each of our programs and determine your best fit.