Shoreland Lutheran High School

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Distance Learning

We believe that this moment in time should be defined by our vision and Christian values, not by a virus. That’s one reason why the Shoreland family was able to quickly pivot to online learning last March. We are grateful to our students, faculty, staff, parents, donors and everyone who helped make the transition as smooth as possible.
Through our school’s distance learning program, Shoreland students stay connected and grow academically, spiritually, physically, socially and emotionally. Daily instruction, skill-building exercises, small-group Bible studies, music lessons, club meetings, extracurricular activities and counseling services have all migrated online in response to Wisconsin’s COVID-19 safer-at-home guidelines.
Our online education program delivers the same rigor as classes offered on campus, and we work hard to ensure each student feels supported and appropriately challenged.
The well-being of all members of the Shoreland family is an upmost priority, and we will follow state and school guidelines. For now, Gov. Tony Evers has mandated that all private and public K-12 schools remain physically closed indefinitely amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Click this link for the most recent status update from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.

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Kenosha News

Shoreland Lutheran High School adapts to distance learning                                                          

April 9, 2020