The purpose of Wisconsin Lutheran High School has always been to educate the layperson. While not a worker training school, it meets a need in giving a Christian secondary education to the youth of our congregations. Through the years, many of our students have also gone on into the public ministry. As a comprehensive high school we train students for whatever comes after graduation, whether that is the work force, college, or the military.
Today, new immigrants continue to arrive in the City of Milwaukee bringing with them their foods, customs, culture, and religions. The city has now grown to 90 square miles and is encircled by suburbs. And, by the grace of God, Wisconsin Lutheran High School is still permitted to minister to the teenagers of the city and the surrounding areas. History demonstrates that what is state of the art today is only temporary, and that in the years to come these present facilities also will become as obsolete as yesterday's slogans, technology, and textbooks. What is unchanging in this changing world is God's Word.