Wisconsin Lutheran High School (WLHS) is a co-ed boarding school for grades 9-12 in the United States. WLHS is located near Lake Michigan, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and is conveniently only 90 minutes from Chicago.
Because WLHS’ exclusive International Student Program is designed with a great deal of individualized student attention and support, we only accept a limited number of students each year. Applications will be reviewed and accepted on a rolling basis until the prospective class is full. Qualified international students are encouraged to submit their application and all supporting documentation as early as possible to maximize the chance for admissions. Click here to APPLY NOW.
AP courses - AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, AP Computer Science Principles, AP Economics, AP English Literature & Composition, AP U.S. History, AP Psychology, AP Physics, AP Statistics
Project Lead the Way (engineering program)
Young Scholars Program (dual enrollment in a local university while still in high school)
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WLHS is located in the city of Milwaukee in the state of Wisconsin, which is in the northern Midwest region of the United States. It is the 26th most populous city in the United States and is located just 70 miles from Chicago. The area has a wide variety of culture, including excellent museums, galleries, and theaters, and is nationally-known for its festivals. It also is home to several professional sports teams as well as many great public parks to enjoy. Discover more about Milwaukee.