Serving the Randolph-area community since 2001

Lost Lake Schoolhouse

A window into education's past

The Lost Lake School was in use as a one-room school from 1876 until 1953.  It stood at the corner of County Road FW and State Hwy 73. It was donated to the historical society by Delwyn and Mary Biel and was moved to the society property on July 7, 2009.

 

The restoration work was performed mainly by our hard-working volunteers with a few projects requiring the use of paid contractors. Repairs included the replacement of the old plaster ceiling with drywall, new siding, new windows, replacement of damaged floor boards, building of a new chimney enclosure, refinishing of the interior window frames, and new concrete steps and sidewalk.

 

 

Once the restoration of the building was complete, the staging of an authentic one-room school began.

The pictures below show the interior in 1935 and today.

Hours

June through September on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month from 1 to 4 pm.

 

Visits also by appointment, please contact us for details.

Preserving the Past for Today and for Tomorrow

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The Lost Lake - Randolph Historical Society is one of thirteen local historical societies in Dodge County, Wisconsin. Our mission is to preserve our unique local history and be an educational resource for the community.

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