News List

  • August

    New Honey Creek Hall Open for 2019-20 School Year

    With the start of the 2019-20 school year, WLHS is excited to open its doors to the new Honey Creek Hall. A contemporary, suite style dormitory, Honey Creek Hall has the capacity to accommodate 72 students, and is already nearing capacity with 62 students in the dorms this year! Highlights of the building project found here were covered in The Milwaukee Business Journal.

    Honey Creek Hall will be dedicated to the glory of God on Sunday, September 29, at 2:00 p.m. in the WLHS Auditorium. All are invited. Guided tours are available before and after the service; however, tour slots are limited and must be reserved here.
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  • Wisco Champion Month in Coming September

    Let's celebrate! During the month long celebration we have fun things planned for current Wisco Champions, and alumni and friends of WLHS who join this special group during the month of September!
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  • Wisco Summer Night Fun

    Gathered with friends, family, and alumni, we couldn’t have asked for a better night out at for second annual Wisco Summer Night. This year, Wisco Summer Night was held at Sprecher Brewery. Each year, this event will continue to rotate to different locations. We hope to see you next year!
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  • July

    New Champion Website

    Our Wisco Champion site has had a makeover. Take a peek and see what being a Champ is all about at wlhs.org/wiscochampions.
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  • Still Time to Register for Wisco Summer Night

    Our annual Wisco Summer Night is a FREE event for alumni, friends and family. It is a casual evening of games, music, and merriment. Click here to RSVP by Friday, August 2.

    This year Wisco Summer Night will be held at Sprecher Brewery (701 W. Glendale Ave, Milwaukee) Thursday, August 8 • 6:00-9:00 p.m.
    Snacks provided with beverages and additional food available for purchase. Rain or shine —join us in the beer garden!

    Questions? Contact Cindy Krueger ('99) at cynthia.krueger@wlhs.org or 414-453-4567 ext. 2018.
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  • Wisco Mission Trips Take Teens Around the World

    Wisco provides a unique opportunity for students to participate in a mission trip, typically during the summer months. This year, about 125 students participated in 17 trips. California, Las Vegas, Colorado, Chattanooga, Antigua, Greneda, Thailand are just a few of the places our teams assisted churches. To view pictures from these trips, visit our Instagram page here. As our mission trips are wrapping up, we ask God to bless the efforts of our teams. #wwwmissionteam2019
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  • June

    RSVP for Wisco Summer Night

    Celebrate summer with fellow friends of Wisco! Join us for a casual evening of games, music, and merriment. Snacks provided with beverages and additional food available for purchase. Rain or shine — indoor space available. Alumni, friends, and family are invited. Click here to RSVP by Friday, August 2, for the FREE EVENT.

    Sprecher Brewery
    701 W. Glendale Ave, Milwaukee
    Thursday, August 8 • 6:00-9:00 p.m.
    Join us in the beer garden!

    Questions? Contact Cindy Krueger ('99) at cynthia.krueger@wlhs.org or 414-453-4567 ext. 2018.
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  • Summer Contact

    The summer edition of the WLHS Contact magazine for alumni and friends is hitting homes this week! Our jam-packed graduation issue includes updates on student and teacher summer plans, alumni who work in the transplant program at Froedtert and the Medical College, Grapevine, reunions and so much more! If you aren't receiving the Contact, or know someone who would like to be added to our mailing list, contact Cindy (Fitzsimmons) Krueger ('99), assistant director of alumni development, at cynthia.krueger@wlhs.org or 414-453-4567 ext. 2018.

    The Contact can also be viewed online here.
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  • YALC Update

    The Young Alumni Leaders Council (YALC) was established just last year with a dozen alumni leaders, and has already accomplished a lot! YALC participates and assists Wisco with Giving Tuesday, Sip & Social, Reality Store, and Reunion Zero, as well as the Auction and Golf Outing.

    If you would like to be considered for a leadership position on YALC, click here for the application form.
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  • May

    Calling All Alumni Who Like to Paint

    Help WLHS spruce up 19 of our academic classrooms with a fresh coat of paint this summer. We supply the brushes, paint, and refreshments. You bring comfortable clothes and join in on the fun.

    Midweek Dates: June 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, and 20
    Shifts: 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., 4:00-6:00 p.m., 6:00-8:00 p.m.

    Saturday Dates: June 15 and 22
    Shifts: 9:00-11:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

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  • Reunion Zero Keeps Senior Graduates Connected to Wisco

    Reunion Zero is becoming a tradition at Wisco. On the last Wednesday of the last week of school, our outgoing seniors are invited to a senior lunch sponsored by the Mission Advancement team. At the event, seniors have the chance to socialize with classmates, teachers, and even some alumni on the YALC (Young Alumni Leader Council). Fun giveaways, and a photo booth help connect seniors with their alma mater before they head out to future college, military, or career goals. We wish the graduating Class of 2019 God's richest blessings on their future! For more photos, visit wlhs.org/photos.
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  • April

    April is National Donate Life Month

    Many people in the Wisco family have been impacted by organ donors. It is fitting to recognize this since April is National Donate Life Month! Over 36,000 organ donations were performed in 2018, but many more are still waiting. Including Wisco alum Joel Kammueller ('88) and Ezekiel Gipson ('00) who are both looking for kidney donors. Please keep both in your prayers! For more information about living organ donations through UW-Madison hospital, visit this link.

    Recent kidney donor, Cynthia (Fitzsimmons) Krueger ('99), Assistant Director of Alumni Development at WLHS says, "Being a living organ donor was NEVER on my bucket list. Donating a kidney was an incredibly humbling experience. I was surprised at what a gift it was in my life and how it strengthened my faith and trust in God's unique plans for our lives. Never doubt what a difference YOU can make in this world!"
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  • Celebrate Wisco's 115th Birthday!

    We're celebrating a milestone year at Wisco, and want our alumni in on the fun early! The 2018-19 school year marks Wisconsin Lutheran High School’s 115th anniversary. To celebrate, gifts given will be entered for these drawings:
    • $15 minimum: $50 Amazon gift card
    • $115 minimum: Two Brewers vs Phillies field level tickets for the Saturday, May 25 game, with a bonus post-game concert by Flo Rida
    After the 115th day of 2019 on Thursday, April 25, the winners will be announced. The official gift-giving celebration will be held April 23-25. However, we want our alumni to kick off gifts in advance by donating hereHappy Birthday Wisco!
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  • Record Year for the 2019 Dinner Auction

    On Saturday, April 6, WLHS hosted its 23rd Annual Dinner Auction "Prepare for Trumpets." A near capacity crowd of 415 attended. Student and adult volunteers helped to serve appetizers and dinner, and assist with making the silent auction a success. The Dinner Auction succeeded in reaching its goal of raising $500,000. The event is meant to build relationships and to provide for student tuition assistance and school budgetary needs. God has blessed WLHS with donors, volunteers, and and a Wisco family that supports our students and mission to provide a successful and Christ-centered future for all at WLHS.

    To watch the auction video, click here.
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  • Wisco Alum Creates Custom Shoes for Giannis

    Josh Metzger ('97) had the chance of a lifetime to meet Milwaukee Bucks MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo. At the meeting, facilitated by non-profit organization Jacarrie Kicks4Kids, Josh gave Giannis a pair of custom designed shoes he had created. Josh also has created custom pieces for silent auction at the WLHS Dinner Auction. To see more of Josh's work, visit his Instagram page here or @7JesusForgives7.
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  • March

    WLHS Adds to Campus

    In November 2018, WLHS broke ground on an exciting campus expansion that's adding an attractive, new amenity to the school's offerings.

    Rising from the ground along Bluemound Road is Honey Creek Hall, a contemporary, suite style dormitory that’s designed to comfortably accommodate 72 domestic and international students and help grow the school’s enrollment.

    The development is also home to Honey Creek Place, a separate five-story, market-rate apartment building with 62 units that was funded by an outside group of WLHS supporters.

    Early on, WLHS partnered with the architecture firm Tredo Group, which is led by Mr. Jeff Tredo (‘90) and, Catalyst Construction, which is led by Mr. Matt Burow.
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  • Athletics Alumni Bowling Tournament - Saturday, April 20

    STRIKE! You are invited to the third annual Dan Joers ('77) Memorial Bowling Tournament at the Riviera Lanes (86th & Greenfield), on Saturday, April 20, at 11:30 a.m. Cost of $30 includes three games, t-shirt, pizza and prizes. For event information or to register contact Steve Dunn ('77) at 414-453-7200 or Mark Rumler ('77) at 414-640-5551. All proceeds will be donated to WLHS athletics in Dan's name.
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  • WLHS Sip & Social Brings Alumni Together

    Alumni had a fun night out at Good City Brewing for the first ever WLHS Sip & Social on Monday, March 18. The event was facilitated by Wisco's new Young Alumni Leader Council (YALC). "The Sip & Social was inspired by a desire to provide fun fellowship opportunities for young alumni which didn't revolve around fundraising exclusively. Our goal is to grow and tighten the young alumni network by planning attractive social events, while fostering a renewed passion for WLHS," says YALC member Jon Mann ('07).  The most important element for these events is fun and fellowship, so contact YALC members for suggestions about future activities. Stay tuned for the Sip & Social event next year!
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  • You can save a life -- living kidney donor needed

    Roughly seven years ago, Ezekiel Gipson ('00) was diagnosed with end-stage kidney disease, and his best chance of survival lies in the hands of someone willing to be a living kidney donor. Over the last 2 year his condition has worsened. He has three options for treatment: dialysis, a kidney transplant from a deceased donor or a kidney transplant from a living donor. Dialysis is only a temporary solution. While Ezekiel can remain on dialysis for many years, it is not a cure for kidney disease. It is also physically exhausting and time consuming, with treatment schedules as frequent as three times each week for four hours each session.
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  • February

    '94 Girls State Basketball Team Celebrates 25-year Reunion

    Members of the 1994 Conference and State girls varsity basketball team returned to WLHS to celebrate their 25-year anniversary before a WLHS girls varsity basketball game. The '94 team enjoyed social time to watch highlight videos from their championship year and time to meet with former Coaches Leninger and Bowe. During halftime of the varsity girls game, the current team honored these past champs with roses. Members of the reunion basketball team hadn't been back to Wisco in years. "Thanks for everything," one basketball alum said, "my heart is full."
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  • Sip and Social NEW Date - Monday, March 18

    The snow may have thwarted us the first time, but the Sip & Social exclusive event for WLHS young alumni has been rescheduled for Monday, March 18, at Good City Brewery (333 W. Juneau Ave, Milwaukee), from 6:00-9:00p.m. Cost is $15 per person. Click here to register.

    If you previously registered in February, you will automaticaly be transfered to our new date. We will still offer the same great beer, great prizes and food, and of course, social time with your Wisco classmates and friends. Check your calendars, and RSVP by Tuesday, March 12.
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  • January

    25-Year Girls Basketball Reunion - Friday, February 8

    Members of the 1994 State Championship girls basketball team are invited to Wisco on Friday, February 8, for a special 25-year reunion.  A nacho bar reception will be held in the school's atrium from 5:30-7:00 p.m. for you and your family before the Wisco girls varsity baskball game vs New Berlin West. During half time of the game, the '94 team will also be announced. Come back and celebrate with Coach Lehninger!

    RSVP by February 1, to cynthia.krueger@wlhs.org or call 414-453-4567 ext. 2018.
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  • Register for the Christian Leadership Experience

    The Antioch Foundation will host their annual Christian Leadership Experience (CLE) event on March 15-16, 2019 at the LaCrosse Center in Lacrosse, WI and invites our readers to attend. The CLE is aimed at Christians who are looking for encouragement and counsel about their leadership roles in the home, at work, and in the community.

    Since 2000, the Antioch Foundation has sponsored many projects under a simple mission: “To make a positive difference in the lives of others for the greater glory of God.”  To learn more about the conference, go to www.christlead.com
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  • Sip & Social Exclusive Night Out - Tuesday, February 5

    Join fellow WLHS young alumni for a Sip & Social exclusive night out for the soft opening at Good City Brewery (333 W. Juneau Ave, Milwaukee), on Tuesday, February 12, from 6:00-9:00 p.m. Cost is $15 per person.  RSVP by Tuesday, February 5, by clicking here.

    Located in the newly developed Good City Commons area, next to the Fiserv Forum in downtown Milwaukee, Good City Brewery has a variety of craft beers on tap. Enjoy appetizers, one drink ticket, and a chance for some fun raffle prizes with the price of admission.
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