Enjoy the rhythm of study, work, and prayer alongside the secluded shore of Upper Nashotah Lake.
Predating Wisconsin’s statehood, Nashotah House was founded in 1842 as a missionary outpost on what was then the western frontier. Nestled among the woods of Wisconsin, our campus has served ever since as a sanctuary for prayer, work, and study and a training ground to prepare lay and ordained leaders to go forth into the world to preach the gospel and serve God’s people — first on foot and horseback but now with modern transportation.
Tucked away in Waukesha County’s idyllic lake country, our campus is secluded yet accessible. Nashotah House students enjoy a peaceful atmosphere that feels simultaneously worlds away while relatively close to the metropolitan areas of Milwaukee and Madison. Not only is our family-friendly campus surrounded by lakes, woods, and parks, it is also close to award-winning restaurants and desirable school districts.View Our Campus Map
The Frances Donaldson Library is home to over 124,000 print volumes, including a rare book collection containing medieval illuminated manuscripts and copies of every major edition of the Book of Common Prayer since 1549.Learn More
"Can we not then as individuals do more for the cause of Christ and his Church than we ever yet have done?" - Bishop Jackson Kemper, 1842