Breaking News Shoreland receives 5-Starrating on the WI state report card! We are in the top category, "Significantly Exceeds Expectations."Ranked Wisconsin's #1private Parental Choice high school!
Since the beginning, Shoreland’s mission has always focused on preparing students to lead lives of Christian service. Jesus didn’t call us just to be another school among the many that serve the area.
He called Shoreland specifically to equip students with the knowledge, skills, Christian character and moral courage necessary to change lives through the power of the Holy Spirit.
Our faculty and staff members are passionate about this mission and their roles in living out God’s purpose for this Christian ministry. As we celebrate Shoreland’s 50th anniversary during the 2021-22 school year, we are truly humbled and amazed to see what God has done.
With God’s blessing, the lives we change will change lives for eternity. — President Paul Scriver
On behalf of the entire Shoreland family, we want to extend a warm welcome to you and thank you for visiting our website. If you’re a student or parent just learning about Shoreland, it’s likely that our school is different from any other you might be exploring.
The Bible says, “God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life” (John 3:16). God’s son, Jesus Christ, is the center of everything we do at Shoreland, but following Jesus isn’t always easy. When teens learn what the Bible says about real-world issues, they have to make hard choices about standing firm in their faith or making compromises. Our faculty is passionate about teaching biblical truths in every subject and preparing students to be life-long, mature disciples of Christ.
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 ...
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.