1. Apply Online for the Fall 2024 - Spring 2025 school year.
Incoming Freshmen: Apply online through Finalsite (formerly called SchoolAdmin)
Transfer Students: Apply online through Finalsite. You must provide academic transcripts, attendance records, AND discipline log from previous high schools attended. If there are no documented disciplinary incidents, then a brief letter is needed from an administrator stating that to be the case. No review will take place until all requested documents have been submitted.
Upload documents to Finalsite via the checklist or email to AAmling@MartinLutherHS.org.
IEP or 504 Plan (SNSP): Students who have an IEP or 504 Plan must submit copies along with their application.
If records are falsified or information is withheld, a student’s acceptance will be impacted and the student will be asked to withdraw.
2. Acceptance Letter: If academically accepted, you will receive an Acceptance Letter (via email) . Next step is to complete enrollment. With completion of enrollment, a verification email will be sent.
Please note, Martin Luther reserves the right to rescind acceptance if 8th grade is not successfully completed or if there are indications of inappropriate student behavior.
3. Class Selection: These take place at the end of February or early April. Invites will be sent after Academic Acceptance and a Financial Plan are verified.
4. Financial Plan: See the information below.
Set up a Tuition Payment Plan OR apply for a Choice Seat
Applications, billing, and enrollment runs run through Finalsite. Families looking to apply for financial aid can see the instructions on this page. Please reach out if you have any questions or feedback as we continue to improve the admissions process for our families.
See our Tuition & Financial Aid page for more information.
Martin Luther High School participates in the State of Wisconsin tuition assistance programs called Private School Choice Programs. These programs allow families who meet the household income requirements to attend Martin Luther for free or significantly reduced tuition. Interested families must complete an online application through the Department of Public Instruction (DPI) along with their verification of current income level and residency.