Our Profile

Founded 1971

Teachers and Staff
42 Faculty Members
17 Teachers Hold a Master’s Degree

2023-2024 Enrollment: 425

SLHS is a Choice School Participant
Racine Parental Choice Program (RPCP)
Wisconsin Parental Choice Program (WPCP)
Milwaukee Parental Choice Program (MPCP)
International Students from Korea, China, Brazil, Spain, and Vietnam

Student-Teacher Ratio 12:1

Graduates Founding: 2,835
5 Year Average ACT Score 21.0
Last Year’s Graduating Class Attending:
4 Year College – 77.33%
2 Year College/Military 10%
Trades 4%

Scholarships Awarded to Seniors Exceeded $2.2 Million
Shoreland Lutheran High School is fully accredited with EXEMPLARY STATUS by:
WELSSA – Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod School Accreditation
NCPSA – National Council for Private School Accreditation

Non-Discriminatory Policy
In keeping with the enrollment policy, SLHS admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national, and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, or athletic and other school-administered programs. As a parochial school non-profit institution, Shoreland Lutheran reserves the right to refuse enrollment or to dis-enroll students/families whose beliefs and/or morals are not in line with the Biblical principles of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod.

2022-2023 Wisconsin State Choice Report Card

Samantha Pinchard

“I appreciated Mr. (James) Groth and Pastor (Thomas) Bauer,” Pinchard shares. “They both had a large influence on my musical career. I was really involved in high school. I did choir all four years, band all four years, and Mr. Groth actually encouraged me to start taking flute lessons. That’s where I grew so much. That’s what really led me to become the musician I am today. I am a singer now, but if I didn’t have that fundamental knowledge from them, I wouldn’t be here.” Read her story