WLHS participates in the national College Board Advanced Placement Program. These courses align to rigorous, college-level, standards set by the College Board and are taught by our faculty. AP courses prepare students to take a subject specific exam and potentially earn college credit in selected academic areas. AP courses have a heavier work load and are more time-consuming than most other courses in the same discipline. AP students are encouraged to take the corresponding national exam the following spring at an approximate cost of $95 per exam.
Students will be able to earn university credit while in high school. Qualified students will be eligible to enroll in courses through the Early College Credit Program at nearby Wisconsin Lutheran College.
51% of the WLHS student body participates in fine arts, including choir, band, and much more. With 17 different ensembles, there are multiple opportunities for students to use their God-given talents. Click here for more information about our Fine Arts program,