WLHS is a distinctively WELS Lutheran high school (more than 60 percent of the students are WELS Lutheran), but does seek and welcome all young men and women who desire a comprehensive, Christ-centered secondary education.
WLHS is a family of students, teachers, and staff working and learning together in a safe, caring, and Christian environment.
Eighy-five percent of WLHS graduates enroll in a post-secondary institution, many receiving scholarships and academic recognition. We offer accelerated courses in English, science, psychology, and mathematics to give students an advantage after they’ve graduated.
At Wisconsin Lutheran High School, our mission extends far beyond academics. We strive to empower students with the knowledge, skills, Christian character and moral courage necessary for success in school and life as unique children of God.
We use a variety of tools to understand student achievement and look closely at our results. In keeping with our focus on results and our commitment to transparency, we are pleased to share the 2018 WLHS Report Card.
The 2019 WLHS boys' baseball camp is set to take place in Wisconsin Lutheran High School’s Main Gym on Sunday, January 27, February 3, and February 10. There will be two sessions each day (grades 2-4) from 12:00 noon–1:00 p.m. and (grades 5-8) from 1:30–3:00 p.m. The camp will focus on proper throwing mechanics, defensive skills, and developing the hitter’s swing. Click here for more information and click here to register. Camp fee is $40. Registrations are due by January 13, 2019.
On Sunday, January 27, WLHS will welcome hundreds of 5th graders and their families to the 5th Grade Extravaganza. The evening will include food, fun, and entertainment. Students and parents have a chance to learn about our caring, Christian environment, superior academics, award-winning co-curriculars, generous tuition assistance, and the amazing opportunities that WLHS offers. The students will tour the building in the form of an scavenger hunt. To register for this exciting event, click here.
Admissions for the 2019-20 school year is still underway. You can apply for admissions by clicking here.
Please note, if you intend to apply for:
Scholarships – the application window is January 1-31.
Tuition Assistance – the application window is January 1–February 28
Milwaukee Parental Choice Program – open enrollment is February 1-20
Wisconsin Parental Choice Program – open enrollment is February 1–April 20
Do you know that WLHS is committed to working with families to help make WLHS affordable? Together, we can find a way! Please contact Director of Admissions, Brad Wetzel at firstname.lastname@example.org, to learn more.
The Wisconsin Lutheran High School soccer coaches are offering informational futsal sessions. On Sundays, December 9, January 6 and 13, head coach Craig Radue and his staff will be demonstrating futsal. Comprised of five players (four active and one keeper/goalie) on each team, this indoor soccer is played on a gym floor with set up net goals. The objective of the game focuses on quick passing and reaction. Contact email@example.com for information.
Mr. Wetzel and Mr. Ricke are currently conducting their visits to each K-8th grade classroom in all 30 WLHS Lutheran elementary schools. These classroom visits include a quick 5-minute, interactive talk about the blessings of our PK-12 partnership as well as a special WLHS gift for each student and classroom teacher. Look for Mr. Wetzel and Mr. Ricke in the hallways and classrooms of your school between November 26–December 15!
Each year the 7th grade classrooms of our Lutheran elementary schools are invited to come and tour WLHS to give these students more of an inside look at the day-to-day happenings at their high school. Students will participate in our daily worship service and then tour the building with opportunities to observe various classrooms and talk to a number of teachers. Please check with your child’s teacher to make sure they are attending.
This past weekend, WLHS drama department put on the play "The Giver," an adapted theater production of Lois Lowry's Newbery Award-winning book. The Thursday before opening night, WLHS provides a special opportunity for our LES grade school students to view a dress rehearsal production of the play during the day. Over 620 grade students attended one of two performances offered that day. Participating schools included: Atonement, Christ – St. Peter, Christ, Big Bend, Garden Homes, Good Shepherd’s, Risen Savior, Saint Lucas, St. Jacobi, St. John’s, Mukwonago, St. John’s, Wauwatosa, St. Paul’s, Franklin, Star of Bethlehem, and Zion, Hartland.
If your grade school did not attend, make sure to remind your principal or classroom teacher for next year!
Welcome to the new WLHS Viking Voyage! This platform for communication is intended to keep the Lutheran elementary school (LES) families of the Wisconsin Lutheran High School (WLHS) Conference up-to-date with specific announcements pertaining to activities, events, deadlines, and opportunities taking place at your high school. The WLHS Viking Voyage will set sail the first week of each month during the school year.
Mr. Wetzel and Mr. Ricke are getting geared up for their annual visits to each K-8th grade classroom in all 30 WLHS Lutheran elementary schools. These classroom visits include a quick 5-minute, interactive talk about the blessings of our PK-12 Partnership as well as a special WLHS gift for each student and classroom teacher. Look for Mr. Wetzel and Mr. Ricke in the hallways and classrooms of your school between November 26 - December 14!
Starting this school year, the WLHS assistant principals established the Viking Christian Leaders Award which acknowledges one boy and one girl from our student body who help us sustain a culture of Christian leadership and the faithful application of God-given gifts in an exemplary way. The traits of a Viking Christian Leader include perseverance, commitment, inspiring, encouraging, knowledge, excellence, generous, team work, and humility. Our student Christian leaders for the month of November are Jared Denk ('19) from St. John's Wauwatosa Grade School, and Chazidy Carson ('21) from Siloah Lutheran Grade School.
The Wisco Advantage is a magazine published with the parents of prospective Wisco students in mind. The publication includes spotlights on current students, information on preparing grade school age students for WLHS, and testimonials about our school.