Calling All 6th-8th Graders!

Calling All 6th-8th Graders!

WRLHS is always open to scheduling a “shadow day” during which prospective students follow an upperclassmen through their school day.

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Orphan Grain Train

Orphan Grain Train

All students of Wolf River Lutheran High School organized, sorted, and packed clothing for the Orphan Grain Train on Thursday, February 5th.  The materials are needed to assist those affected by natural disasters and other misfortunes.

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Forensics Starting

Forensics Starting

WRLHS forensics is off to a running start!  Sub-district was attended by 7 students and all advanced to the District meet.  District is at Marinette High School on March 28th.

We are anticipating a return to the state competition but more importantly the enjoyment and fellowship that was experienced while learning our pieces.

Forensics is a club involving public speaking that can be presented in various ways, such as play acting, prose, or public address.  There are many different avenues participants may use to express style of speaking.

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Basketball Season Complete!

Basketball Season Complete!

The basketball season has come to its conclusion.  We were led this season by senior starters Taylor Timm, James Schmidt, and Christian Bergmann (home school addition).  We look to improve upon this years’ record in the ’15-’16 season.

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Board Approves Campaign

Board Approves Campaign

April 22, 2014

At a special board meeting on April 21, 2014, the Board of Directors for Wolf River Lutheran High School voted to begin a capital fundraising campaign with the assistance of Cornerstone Stewardship Ministry of Lake Mills, Wisconsin. The initial phase of the campaign will begin immediately and be a “silent phase” during which potential “lead gifts” will be solicited along with an increased effort to further educate area Lutheran congregations who may wish to join the school in a “Partnership in Ministry” campaign in which funds will not only be raised for the high school, but for area congregations as well to be designated as they see fit. The campaign is expected to run until June of 2015 with a goal of raising a minimum of $800,000.

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