MINOCQUA - Keeping up with technology can be tough but Lakeland Union High School thinks it's up for the challenge.
The school's newest investment is bringing lesson plans to life.
The new program has already had an impact on students, sparking more interest in science and medicine.
"It definitely made me really interested in the heart, because that was the first thing we kind of looked at and it was really cool to see inside of it," said LUHS Senior Claire Boston.
The Z Space lab uses 3D and virtual reality to make lessons come to life.
The school bought the technology after teachers went to an education and technology conference in August. It knew this was something it needed for their students.
"When you're excited about learning you're going to learn a lot more than being forced to learn," said District Technology Coordinator Josh Maltbey.