West Michigan Lutheran High School | Education
Welcome to West Michigan Lutheran High School!
The institutional aim of West Michigan Lutheran High School is to provide an education with a distinctive Lutheran orientation in an environment designed to meet the academic, physical, social, and spiritual needs of qualified students. Through general or specialized programs, the school fulfills its mission of enabling students to continue the development of their personalities for effective service to their Lord and mankind.
West Michigan Lutheran is a recognized service organization of The Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod with which it is affiliated. The curriculum is essentially a liberal arts program supplemented by introductory professional education, applied arts, and applied science courses designed primarily for college preparation. As such, it strives to meet the needs of young men and women seeking an education with a distinctive Christian orientation. The program is designed to assist the individual student in achieving academic competence, spiritual maturity, and social development. Specifically designed programs are planned to meet the educational needs of those desiring to continue their education on the college level, to move into the world of business, and those who desire to enter one of the Church’s ministries.
West Michigan Lutheran High School started in the fall of 2004 with ten freshmen and sophomores. In the spring of 2007, WMLHS held its first graduation. In 2009, seven of the nine graduates enrolled in college while the other two graduates enlisted in the military. WMLHS is proud that all eleven seniors in the class of 2010 were accepted and currently attend major colleges such as Michigan State University, Grand Valley State University, Hillsdale College, Concordia College Wisconsin and Grand Rapids Community College.