Meet Our District Administrator

Brandon Robinson has served as the District Administrator at Unity for ten consecutive school years.  Mr. Robinson, the administrative staff, and the Board of Education work everyday to fulfill the District's mission and goals.  Any questions, suggestions, concerns, or general information can always be voiced by contacting Brandon Robinson at the District Office.  Mr. Robinson can be reached at:  (715) 825-3515 or by e-mail at  


Unity School District's Mission

"Our mission is to prepare each student for a changing world by building strong character and developing skills to become a life-long learner through a safe, caring, and challenging environment in partnership with students, families, school and community."


Unity School District's 2016-2017 Goals

1. Focus on school improvement, staff collaboration, student achievement, and educator practices.

2. Encourage career, college, and technical readiness through business and school partnerships.

3. Promote and provide flexible accelerated, personalized learning opportunities for students.

4. Encourage healthy students, staff, and community.

The District Goals were approved by the Unity Board of Education for the 2016-2017 school year April, 2016.

Fun Facts 

  1. The Unity School District is the home of the eagles!  

  2. Our school colors are red and navy.

  3. Our campus is over 100 square acres.

  4. We have a beautiful nature trail for walking, hiking, biking, etc.

  5. We have an olympic sized pool.

  6. We have a new climbing wall.

  7. All grades are housed in one building.

  8. The original high school was built in 1958.

  9. Our students range from early childhood to 12th grade.  

  10. Our motto is, "Expect Great Things!" 


We Believe

  1. The student, family, school, and community as partners, share the responsibility for a successful educational experience.

  2. An awareness of, and a tolerance for "diversity enriches life."

  3. Learning thrives in a safe, caring, disciplined environment.

  4. Learning is life-long.

  5. Character development (respect, trustworthiness, responsibility, fairness, caring, citizenship) is an essential component of effective education.

  6. All individuals learn in different ways, at different rates, and at different times.

  7. Education includes social, emotional, intellectual, physical, and aesthetic growth.

  8. Problem solving, critical thinking, effective communication, and working cooperatively are fundamental life skills.

  9. In challenging individuals to develop to their fullest potential.

  10. Education provides students with a solid academic foundation.

  • Unity School District
  • 1908 150th St. Hwy 46N
  • Balsam Lake, WI 54810
  • Phone: (715) 825-2101
  • Fax: (715) 825-3517