Student Servants

By Sarah Mathison on November 13, 2023




“Christ set an example of service – His entire life was lived as a humble servant.” - Mr. Bob Leissring


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Air Force Academy Graduates

By Sarah Mathison on October 2, 2023



Get to know United States Air Force Academy students & Martin Luther High School graduates, Brian Melching & Solomon Stoddard. Classes of 2019 and 2022.


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Celebrating 120 Years

By Sarah Mathison on September 1, 2023

We are proud to be celebrating 120 years of Lutheran Education in the Greater Milwaukee! 


This school year alone...

2,916,300 HOURS of EDUCATION






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A Year of Growth

By Sarah Mathison on April 17, 2023
The LHSAGM has put many actions in motion during 2022 that, with God’s blessing, will benefit our students, teachers, and city in 2023 and beyond. Two new virtual schools, a partnership with the South WI District to launch a Classical High School, a blossoming business and human resources service for other non-profits, and two executive team member changes are the highlights of the year.
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Building Christian Athletes from the Mat Up

By Whitney Dotson on November 1, 2022

In 2005, the wrestling program at Martin Luther was close to being abandoned. Tony Romano was hired by Martin Luther in 2005 to be the Physical Education teacher. Three weeks before wrestling season began, the head coach at the time left the program and Mr. Romano was asked to fill in. He had always wanted to be a football coach, but God had a different plan. It was a slow start, only having nine students on the team, so it was difficult to remain optimistic with few wins. But he got to work, gathering research material from his high school in Illinois. 

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Unique Academic Opportunities

By Whitney Dotson on October 3, 2022

Martin Luther High School has featured a wide range of unique courses in its curriculum over the years. The school continues to add intriguing courses, such as Filmmaking, Videography, AP Seminar, and AP Human Geography in the past two years. Two departments are ranked as student favorites; Culinary Courses, which has been around for decades, and Power Technologies, which is new and has room for expansion. Both areas have grown to accommodate the interest in specialty extracurricular study. 

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Melody Wolske, Class of 1987

By Whitney Dotson on September 6, 2022

Melody (Thompson) Wolske began her distinguished career in public accounting at Price Waterhouse, which became PwC in 1998. She started there just a few weeks after graduating from UW-Milwaukee in December 1990 with a BAA in Accounting. With a drive to learn, Melody became the first female admitted to the partnership of PwC’s Milwaukee office in 2001. 

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Mr. Krubsack: A Music Legacy

By Whitney Dotson on August 8, 2022

The influence of music is powerful across all nations, genres, and generations. The Martin Luther High School band program understood this and poured a remarkable experience into hundreds of students since the school began in 1968. David H. Krubsack was the first director of music at ML, being on the faculty list when the doors opened to welcome 11 band and 16 chorus members. 

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Mike Loveless - Ministry in the classroom

By Andrew Braun on April 20, 2022

Why do you teach?  

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Alumni In Service | Hafemann Family

By Andrew Braun on October 15, 2021


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