Enroll Today at Wolf River Lutheran High School where students are "Prepared to be Christian Leaders!"
Wolf River Lutheran High School was founded through the vision and dedication of Bonduel/Shawano area pastors and laymen who recognized that young people needed access to Christ-centered high school education. After nine years of prayer and preparation, Wolf River Lutheran High School went from an idea to becoming reality in the summer of 2004.
Wolf River Lutheran High School was built just outside of Shawano, WI on 30 acres.
In the fall of 2021, the school built long & short jump areas, shot put, and discos in the field behind the school.
Wolf River Lutheran High School (WRLHS) believes each student will access Christ-centered secondary education. WRLHS is affiliated with the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. We believe that Christian education is a lifelong process which is rooted in the true Word of God. We believe that we must teach about His love and His creation. We believe that the uniqueness of our Christian Education lies in our need to integrate our faith into all the fundamentals areas of learning.
We believe that God is the Triune God: the Father, who creates; the Son, who redeems; and the Holy Spirit, who sanctifies. We believe that God is love and that He shows this love by giving us faith through grace.
We believe that man is God’s foremost creation but set apart from God by sin. Through Holy Baptism we become God’s children so that man can live for God and have the assurance of eternal life.
We believe in fostering Christ-centered attitudes in the developmental learning process: mentally, socially, physically, emotionally and spiritually. We believe that the unique Child of God is nurtured by the Christian example of parents, teachers, and the church community. We believe that quality education is a dynamic process of growth and that method of education and instruction should remain flexible to meet the demands of a changing society.
We believe that what we teach should have a lifelong positive effect on our relationship with God and fellow man. This effect should motivate us to use our God-given talents to our fullest potential so that we can share the caring Christ.