The following are a listing of WELS Area Lutheran High Schools in the Minnesota District.
Minnesota Valley Lutheran High School
Minnesota Valley Lutheran High School is a four year high school located near New Ulm, MN. It serves families by offering a Christian high school education in grades 9-12. With a thirty year history in the area, MVL has become an established part of the community. Students come from the Mankato and St. Peter areas, from Sleepy Eye, St. James, Sanborn, Morgan; from Fairfax, Gibbon, Winthrop, Gaylord, Arlington and other cities in every direction. Please call and ask for information on how MVL can serve you. (from the MVL website)
Saint Croix Lutheran High School
St. Croix Lutheran High School of West St. Paul is a community of caring Christian staff and instructors who partner with parents to develop students spiritually, intellectually, and physically. We hope that you consider joining the St.Croix family to enjoy an affordable education that prepares students for a total experience in college and life. (from the SCLHS website)
West Lutheran High School
In view of the Great Commission in Matthew 28:19 & 20… “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything l have commanded you”. …West Lutheran has established the following: The mission of West Lutheran High School is to use the Word of God to prepare youth as disciples of Christ by developing spiritual, intellectual, and social skills for dedicated service to their Savior.
We believe God has given parent(s) primary responsibility for the spiritual, mental, emotional and social growth of their children. West Lutheran High School (WLHS) was established to assist parents in fulfilling their God-given role by providing a program of unified Christian training for our youth.
Our high school environment provides Christ-centered and Bible-based education, guidance, example and companionship. WLHS satisfies all the State of Minnesota requirements for secondary education. The teaching staff has achieved bachelor or masters degrees. The school has been certified by the State of Minnesota as well as the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod. (from the WLHS website)