"Nothing makes me happier than to hear that my children are living according to the truth." - 3 John 1:4


Our Christian beliefs and principles permeate everything we do at Martin Luther High School - from our required Scripture courses and chapel services to our mainstream curriculum and co-curricular programs. Our staff will seek opportunities to share the presence and power of Jesus Christ at work in our daily lives as Christians.

The staff continually strives to encourage and support Biblically based values, morals and ethics in all formal and informal contacts with students. ML students are encouraged to stand out and be different amongst their peers, not because of their appearance or possessions, but rather because of whom they represent as a chosen child of God. Emphasis is placed on appropriate, respectful and dignified relationships with other students as well as with faculty and staff.

The manner in which we conduct our day-to-day operations is reflective of our commitment to excellence in all facets of becoming a productive, Christ-centered person.

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At Martin Luther High School, the following core values are the behaviors that drive our school culture.  


Biblical Truth:
We believe in the inerrancy of the Scripture and the literal interpretation of God's Word as it applies to our lives in service to others.

Our commitment to others is marked by care, dignity, humility, integrity, and the application of Grace as we build meaningful life-long connections with one another. 

We aspire for integrations which are honest, respectful, clear, consistent, and timely, where expectations and accountability are embraced. 

An attitude of continuous improvement and the pursuit of excellence allows each individual to maximize opportunities that use God-given talents for the benefit of others.

We strive to emulate Jesus' love for others in all situations, evidenced by unconditional care, compassion, joy, and passion.



We believe that:

  • The canonical books of the Old and New Testaments of the Holy Bible is the true Word of God, without error or contradiction and is the final authority in all matters of faith and life. (John 20:31, 2 Timothy 3:16-17)
  • The Confessional Writings of the Evangelical Lutheran Church as contained in the Bood of Concord are the true and genuine exposition of the Word of God.
  • There is only one true God, who reveals himself as Father (Creator), Son (Redeemer), and Holy Spirit (Sanctifier).  (Ephesians 4:4-6)
  • All people are conceived and born sinful. Because of their sin they are subject to eternal death. Man is incapable of saving himself through good works. (Ecclesiastes 7:20, Ephesians 2:1, 1 John 1:8)
  • Because of the unconditional love and mercy of God the Father, our salvation has been purchased through the death and resurrection of His Son, Jesus Christ. We are saved by grace through faith in Jesus Christ alone. (John 3:16, John 14:6, Acts 4:12, Colossians 1:13-14, Ephesians 2:8-9)
  • Faith in Jesus Christ comes by the power of the Holy Spirit as He works through the means of grace – His Word and the Sacraments of Baptism and the Lord’s Supper – through which the blessings and benefits of Jesus’ saving death and resurrection, namely the forgiveness of sins, eternal life, and salvation are offered to us. (Romans 10:17, Titus 3:5, Matthew 26:27-28)
  • Good works and holy Christian living are the fruit of faith in Christ, not the cause of faith or salvation. (John 15:5, Ephesians 2:8-10)
  • Christians are called to live for Jesus, compelling us to integrate our faith in all aspects of life. In service to our Lord, our primary mission is making disciples of every nation by bearing witness to Jesus Christ. (2 Corinthians 5:15, Matthew 28:19, 1 Timothy 2:4



Bianca, Class of '24

"What brings kids together here is our religion. That we believe in God and we share the same faith. We all know we are brothers and sisters in Christ. So, we have this love for each other that is different from other schools. The environment is different. Everything is different."





3 Chapels a Week
4 Years of Theology
Begin and end days with Prayer
Scripture Application to Daily Life
Student-Led Devotions & Worship
Service Hours in Community 
Baptisms During Chapel