Distance Learning

If you are looking for a Christian high school that has the resources and flexibility to quickly pivot between on-campus and online learning, we invite you to consider Shoreland Lutheran.

We are living in extraordinary times. No part of our lives has gone untouched by the COVID-19 pandemic, and we have all had to adjust and rethink the way things are done. As Christians, we can take comfort in knowing that God uses adversity to strengthen faith and that hard times can provide us with a tremendous opportunity to let our light shine and live in such a way that others may come to glorify God (Matthew 5:13-16).

We believe that this moment in time should be defined by our vision and Christian values, not by a virus. Actively practicing our faith and finding solutions to real-world challenges is not only what we teach at Shoreland, it’s what we do with God’s blessings.

That’s one reason why the Shoreland family was able to quickly pivot to online learning in March of 2020 – and why we’re able to offer classes in person and online during the school year.

We are grateful to our students, faculty, staff, parents, donors and everyone who has helped make the transition as smooth as possible.

Anna Becker

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. Read her story