Admissions Process for Incoming Freshmen
- Meet with the Director of Admissions to discuss enrollment.
Complete and submit the Application for Admission.
- The Admissions Director will meet with all Shoreland federation 8th graders in their respective grade schools. Talk to your grade school secretary to find out when he will be visiting.
- Students and parents of students from schools outside the Shoreland federation should contact Shoreland (262-859-2595) to set up a time to meet with the Admissions Director and/or other Shoreland representatives.
Apply for scholarships by submitting information to the TADS program.
- Click Here to complete and submit the online Application for Admission.
Apply for one of the Parental Choice Programs (if applicable)
- A link is provided within the Admissions application.
- Scholarships are awarded based on financial need.
Select a course of study for freshman year.
- For more information on the Racine, Milwaukee, or Wisconsin Parental School Choice Programs, please Click Here.
Take the math placement test.
- Course selection will be done with the Admissions Director during his visits to each of the federation grade schools. Parents are welcomed and encouraged to attend this meeting.
- Students and parents of students from schools outside the Shoreland federation should contact Shoreland (262-859-2595) to set up a time to meet with the Admissions Director and/or other Shoreland representatives in order to make preliminary course selections for freshman year.
All applicants will receive notification of their acceptance via email.
- The general math placement test will be offered to all Shoreland federation grade school students in May.
- Students and parents of students from schools outside the Shoreland federation should contact Shoreland (262-859-2595) to set up a time to visit Shoreland to take the general math placement test.
- Any student who wishes to test out of Algebra 1 will be required to take the Algebra 1 final exam. Federation students may do so in their respective grade schools. Non-federation students should take the exam at Shoreland.
- The ACT Aspire Test and other standardized tests taken in grade school will be used to help guide the selection of appropriate high school courses. These test scores must be submitted by the student’s previous school.
All registration materials will be mailed in early July.
Orientation/Registration nights for all students will be held on two different weeknights in early August. Please plan to attend one of these nights in order to complete all the necessary steps for enrollment.
- There will be a link leading you to the enrollment process within the acceptance email.. The non-refundable enrollment fee can be paid for online or in the office with cash or check.
- This Enrollment step should be completed as soon as possible to ensure accurate scheduling.
For questions, please contact the Admissions Director, Paul Huebner at 262-859-2595 ext. 106 or email@example.com . To learn more about Shoreland Lutheran High School, please visit the Experience Shoreland page to find more info about visiting/shadowing/etc.