Alumni Link News

List of 18 news stories.

  • College and Career Success

    We're proud of our graduates and eager to share news of their accomplishments.
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  • Savvy Communicators

    Whether they're on-air or working behind-the-scenes, these alumni credit WLHS as a springboard for their success.
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  • Friends of Wisco Golf Outing -- Monday, June 19

    The Friends of Wisco Annual Charity Golf Outing is scheduled for Monday, June 19, at the new location of Hawk’s View Golf Club in Lake Geneva, Wis. Check-in is at 8:30 a.m. with shotgun start at 10:00 a.m. Registration is now full, however hole sponsorships and cash donations can stiill be made at this link. For questions, contact Heidi Witz at or 414-453-4567 ext. 2004.
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  • Memorial for Radeck/Christman Family

    The husband of WLHS graduate Megan Radeck (Christman) ('03), Justin Radeck was called home to heaven unexpectedly on April 5, 2017. Justin is survived by his wife, Megan and son, Nolan, who is 6 months old.

    Support for the family and information can be found here.

    The Wisco family sends thoughts and prayers to Megan and her family, knowing the reassurance and hope of heaven.
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  • Job Opening for Director of Operations

    Wisconsin Lutheran High School's current Director of Operations, Staff Minister Randy Fink, has accepted a call to St. Paul, Muskego, and will serve the high school until June 30. We are now accepting resumes for this position.The Director of Operations will be responsible for supervising and maintaining all business, accounting and support service functions of the school, including: maintenance and housekeeping functions, technology, cafeteria, bookstore and printing operations. Please E-mail resume and cover letter by Monday, March 20, to Jodi Lunow, Human Resources Specialist, at, or via mail: 330 North Glenview Avenue, Milwaukee, WI  53213.
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  • Luther 500th Anniversary Tour - Oct 27-Nov 6, 2017

    Friends of Wisco are invited to join Mr. Bob Lehninger on a tour of the Lutherlands on the 500th anniversary of the Reformation on October 27-November 6, 2017. Tour highlights include: Wartburg Castle, Wittenberg, Leipzig, Nuremburg, and Munich. Cost is $3,995 per person based on double occupancy.

    RSVPs should be made a soon as possible.

    For more information, download the tour brochure here. Or contact Tempo Travel Services at 414-774-1080 or
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  • WLHS Director Speaks at Association of International Educators Conference

    WLHS Director of the International Student Program, April Goldschmidt ('05), was a co-presenter for a workshop session titled "Untapped Resource: US High Schools with International Students," at the Association of International Educators (NAFSA) Regional V Conference on October 26-28, 2016.
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  • Vote Alumnus Kevin Zeitler for Pro Bowl

    WLHS alumnus Kevin Zeitler ('08) is once again on the ballot for the 2017 NFL Pro Bowl. Click here to go to the voting page. Select "G" for Guards at the top menu, scroll to the bottom to "Zeitler," and click "Submit Ballot."

    You can vote as many times as you want!
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  • Unique Experience for Presidential Elections

    Looking for a way to make the presidential elections competitive but fun? Alumnus Eric Nelson ('04) created an interactive Election Challenge online game here. Submit your Election predictions in a series of rounds (similar to March Madness), and get more points for deeper learning about the election system. Anyone can enter and compete for civic competence alongside students!
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  • Engineering a Future

    Keelee Roggenbuck (’12) credits calculus and physics for opening her eyes to a career in STEM during her junior year at WLHS. (STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.)

    “Mr. Gottschalk got me excited about calc and showed me it’s cool to love math,” says Roggenbuck, who attended Atonement Lutheran Grade School, Milwaukee. “In physics, Mr. Greschner always pushed us to apply what we learned in a practical way and to truly understand the principles instead of just memorizing equations.”
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  • 2017 Hall of Fame Nominations Requested

    Every three years, the WLHS Hall of Fame recognizes those who have used their God-given talents to pursue excellence in their life, career or service to the high school.

    We are currently accepting nominations for the 2017 WLHS Hall of Fame and wish to honor individuals who have glorified God with their achievements in:
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  • Vote for WLHS Football Player Nominee

    The Player of the Week is back again for 2016. WLHS football player, Brian Corbins, has been nominated for week 8. Voting is open until Thursday, October 13, at 4 p.m. at this link. Users may vote once per day.

    Brian Corbins ('17)
    The Vikings started the season 0-2 in non-conference games, but have rattled off five wins in the last six contests, including a 48-28 win over Oconomowoc on Thursday to knock the Raccoons from the ranks of the unbeatens and force a tie atop the Little Ten with just one week left. With just a one-score lead heading into the final quarter, Corbins found the end zone twice times to bring his game total to five touchdowns. He finished with 25 carries for 281 yards.
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  • Alumni Homecoming Tailgate and Social on Friday, September 30

    Calling all WLHS alumni! We want you back for a Homecoming tailgate before the varsity football game on Friday, September 30. A tent will be set up at the Raabe Stadium and pulled chicken sandwhiches will be provided starting at 5:30 p.m. Side dishes are on your own, but bring your family, friends, and picnic gear.

    If you visit the alumni tailgate tent, alumni will recieve free admission into the game at 7:00 p.m.
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  • Refueling Orientation with Wisconsin Air National Guard

    On Saturday, September 10, at 6:00 a.m. select teachers at Wisconsin Lutheran High School had the opportunity to join other civic leaders and employers witness an in-flight refueling with the 128th Air Refueling Wing in Milwaukee.

    128th Air Refueling Wing invites civic leaders and employers on a training flight aboard the KC-135R “Stratotanker,” in an effort to educate the surrounding community about the Wisconsin Air National Guard.

    WLHS teachers that attended included: Mr. Roger Festerling, Mr. Darrell Roecker, Mr. Quinten Peterson, and Mr. Skip Bremer
    Huge thank you to Command Chief CMSgt Connie Bacik, whose daughter Lauren is a junior at WLHS. 
    Drew Konkol ('16) was also in attendance as a First Flight, for those about to go to boot camp.

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  • Rocket Man

    Rockets and space are the stuff of dreams for many little boys and girls. But, for one WLHS grad, it’s his daily reality.

    Max Long (’07) is a lead launch engineer with SpaceX in Cape Canaveral, Florida, and, during the five years he’s been with the company, has been involved with 22 missions—ranging from International Space Station resupply, scientific government launches to communications satellite deployments.
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  • Have you included WLHS in your will?

    Making a will allows you to determine how your assets will be used. No matter how much you have, large or small, it can make a difference. Providing a gift through your will gives you the opportunity to make a larger gift than you might have thought possible and still provide for your family.

     For more information about how the WLHS Foundation can help you, visit the web site at
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  • WLHS TODAY Breakfasts

    Do you know someone who needs to know about Wisconsin Lutheran High School? A new round of WLHS TODAY breakfasts will be held in the 2016-17 school year. Meet at 7:30 a.m. for a complimentary breakfast and tour of the school. See classrooms in action, meet the faculty and students, and join us for chapel. Contact Heidi Witz at 414-453-4567 ext. 2004 or for more information about next year.
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  • Worship with us During Chapel

    A very important part of each day here at WLHS is the blessing every student and faculty member has to worship in chapel. New this year, chapel services are now being streamed live at about 8:45 a.m. every weekday at this link.

    Or, you can always view and follow past chapel services at our Vimeo channel found here.
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