For Immediate Release: Wednesday, September 21, 2022 Shoreland Lutheran High School Students Awarded with Academic Honors from College Board National Recognition Programs Shoreland Lutheran High School students excelled in College Board assessments and schoolwork to earn these awards, which colleges use to identify academically competitive underrepresented students Somers, WI – Shoreland Lutheran
Shoreland Lutheran High School announces its Homecoming activities and events for 2022, beginning with all-school activities on Monday, Sept. 26 and ending with a dance on campus the evening of Saturday, Oct. 1. The 2022 Homecoming Court includes two representatives from each of the freshman, sophomore, and junior classes, and six representatives from the
Being one of the best players in one of the best conferences in the state will usually garner you some attention for postseason honors. That proved to be true this season for Shoreland Lutheran senior Quentin Bolton …
Senior Quentin Bolton makes the WBCA Division 3 All-State Basketball team.
Senior Kyrie Patterson has been awarded the Western Golf Association Chick Evans Scholarship, a full four-year housing and tuition scholarship.
Koker, a sophomore guard who graduated from Shoreland in 2019, leads the Huskies through eight games this season with 20.3 points per game. She’s started all eight of NIU’s games and has scored at least 20 in five of them, including a career-high 28 in a 77-67 loss to Ohio on Dec. 16.
When Riley Fee started high school, he put some thought into what to make of his four years at Shoreland Lutheran High School in Somers. He focused on finding joy.
The confession tumbles out. “I’ve ruined a few carpets,” spurts Shoreland Lutheran High School senior Anna Becker as she explains that her absolute love of science and homemade experiments has caused the demise of more than one household item, a byproduct of her enthusiasm that her mother has learned to tolerate.