“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” Jeremiah 29:11
In consideration of the unprecedented health situation in Wisconsin and the nation due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have decided that our three high schools, Milwaukee Lutheran, Martin Luther and Lake Country Lutheran, will not conduct face-to-face instruction with students beginning March 23rd (when we are scheduled to return from Spring Break) until further notice.
Beginning Monday, March 23rd, our schools will conduct instruction and education through virtual/digital learning opportunities. No students should report to school during this time. We will continue to monitor health conditions and make determinations about when it is safe and appropriate to return to the school campus to resume normal operations.Read More
As the second semester starts, it is an excellent time to reflect on the many blessings Martin Luther High School has to be thankful for. The school year started in August and brought a school full of smiling and happy faces of new students and staff members. With the talented new staff (click HERE for links to pieces about our awesome new staff members!), new classes were also made available, including four Advanced Placement classes and a new power technologies course featuring motor and engine repair, welding, and auto mechanics. Check out some of the details around these exciting upgrades, refeshes, and additions happening on campus:Read More
Author, humble, passionate, competitive, funny and full of grit are just a few words that can be used to describe Martin Luther science teacher, Chris Hathaway.Read More
What an exciting week at Martin Luther recently, as students participated in a school-wide fundraiser known as "Spartathon." Spartathon kicked off the Homecoming activities with different class competitions on a half day of school. Students raise money to participate and all proceeds will be put towards the completion of the Fitness Center Renovation Project. Over $12,000 has been raised and pledges are still coming in! A minimum of $15 was needed for students to participate in class competitions and any student raising $60 earned a class t-shirt and pizza lunch. The highest level of prizes included free tickets to prom.Read More
Dax Rodriguez joined the Martin Luther faculty this year and is teaching in the social studies department, including the leadership of a new Advanced Placement course in World History. He graduated from UW-Madison, finished his post baccalaureate teaching degree at UW-Parkside, and finished his masters degree at Cardinal Stritch University. Dax has a BA in Political Science and his master’s is in History. Dax taught for 18 years at West Allis Central High School, where he liked it better when he was Coach Rick Hoppert’s boss and Coach Chris Pfaller was a kid when he was coaching.Read More