ENROLL TODAY FOR A $2,000 PARENT STIPEND PER CHILD
Milwaukee Lutheran High School: Virtual Campus
MILWAUKEE LUTHERAN HIGH SCHOOL
VIRTUAL CAMPUS APPLICATION
Fall 2023 – Spring 2024 School Year. Applications are now open.
Academic Advising – We will contact you to sign up with Academic Advising to select classes AFTER Academic Acceptance AND a Choice Seat or Tuition Plan are verified.
APPLY EARLY. When CHOICE seats are filled, a wait-list will be started.
APPLY ONLINE FOR A MPCP SEAT:
- February 1st-20th (preferred date)
- April 1st – 20th
- July 1st – 20th
- September 1-13th (for current school year)
APPLY ONLINE FOR A WPCP SEAT:
- February 1st – April 20th
- See our Choice page for more information
LEARNING FROM HOME
We are here for you! Once enrolled your student will receive all of the technology needed to be successful at home, plus support from our team. Families are eligible for a $2,000 stipend (per child) to support an adult presence and ensure academic success.
RELEVANT COURSE OFFERINGS
In addition to offering math, language arts, science, and history courses to our high school students, Milwaukee Lutheran High School Virtual Campus also offers electives and opportunities to pursue passions beyond the core content areas.
Faith Based Curriculum
We believe that family and church are the two most important entities in a child’s spiritual upbringing. Our desire is for students to hear God’s Word daily while receiving a high-quality education.
Attend online courses and participate in the arts and athletics.
Why choose MLHS Virtual Campus?
Flexible Learning Schedule
Option to participate in Red Knight athletics, the arts, and more
Take academically advanced and college preparatory classes
Individualized support with learning challenges
Safe and supportive learning environment
Faith Based Curriculum
VIRTUAL SCHOOL LEADERSHIP
John Mattek serves as the Online President. John holds an MBA in Educational Leadership from MSOE and a Master of Divinity from Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary. He strives to cultivate educational equity by growing high-quality, faith-based schools where children can shine.
Hannah Hensel serves as the Online Campus Superintendent. Hannah has an extensive depth and breadth of experience and knowledge in instructional technology. She holds an MBA in High Performance Instruction from Wisconsin Lutheran College. She has previously served as the Program Director for the Center for Urban Teaching and has teaching and leadership experience that spans all grade levels.
Ya-Ting Yang serves as the Director of Technology for the online campus. Ya-Ting graduated from Columbia University Teachers College with an MA in Instructional Technology and Media. She has great experience creating and facilitating personalized learning experiences for students with diverse backgrounds as an English teacher for Isoapple in New Jersey.