CEO Q&A - Melonie Carnegie '88

By Sarah Mathison on November 8, 2023

Melonie Carnegie-Present

Get to know the CEO of Rebelution eCommerce & Milwaukee Lutheran High School class of ’88 graduate, Melonie Carnegie.

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Creating for God - Derrick Martin Jr. '23

By Sarah Mathison on October 3, 2023


“Joining ATK Ministry made me realize I wanted my faith for myself. My faith is the center of my life.” - Derrick Martin Jr.

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Celebrating 120 Years

By Sarah Mathison on September 1, 2023

We are proud to be celebrating 120 years of Lutheran Education in the Greater Milwaukee! 


In this school year alone...

2,916,300 HOURS of EDUCATION


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A Year of Growth

By Sarah Mathison on April 17, 2023
The LHSAGM has put many actions in motion during 2022 that, with God’s blessing, will benefit our students, teachers, and city in 2023 and beyond. Two new virtual schools, a partnership with the South WI District to launch a Classical High School, a blossoming business and human resources service for other non-profits, and two executive team member changes are the highlights of the year.
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Meet Dr. Philip E. Stieg, Class of 1970

By Whitney Dotson on September 9, 2022

MLHS Alumni

Dr. Philip Stieg is the Margaret and Robert J. Hariri Professor of Neurological Surgery and Vice Provost for Strategic Initiatives at Weill Cornell Medical College and Neurosurgeon-in-Chief of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center. Dr. Stieg’s expertise is in cerebrovascular disorders, skull base surgery, and traumatic brain injury. He is also a widely published author and internationally known lecturer, and has been consistently named one of the nation’s Top Doctors by Castle Connolly. Another area he promotes his field is as the host of the podcast “This Is Your Brain With Dr. Phil Stieg.” In each episode, Dr. Stieg presents a view into how the brain works, what can go wrong, and what we know about how to fix it. He gives life-saving information and timely advice on how to live a brain-healthy life.

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Academic Excellence at MLHS

By Whitney Dotson on August 8, 2022
MLHS Honors

It’s easy to praise an athlete for their wins, but academic students are harder to see for their accomplishments because tests and achievements don’t happen on a field or court. The Honors Academy at Milwaukee Lutheran High School is a space where students can be recognized and welcomed by their peers. The Honors Academy had 25 students for the 2021-22 school year. Students need a 3.75 or higher grade point average to be in the Academy. During the Honors Academy classes, they discuss the best ways to search for colleges and apply for grants, scholarships, and financial aid. They also talk about current events and social topics. Students join the Honors Academy to focus on their goals and challenge their thinking by surrounding themselves with the top of the top in the school. An in-depth approach to application and financial aid is essential for many students because their family hasn’t gone through this process before. Several students are the first generation in their families to go to college 

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MLHS Band Creating Disney Scenes

By Whitney Dotson on August 5, 2022

Milwaukee Lutheran’s touring band, along with chaperones, traveled to Florida in the spring for their first band tour since prior to 2020, and it was worth the wait. The band participated in the Music and Art of Foley Workshop at Universal Studios. Students created an entire scene of Despicable Me, including music, voice overs,  and sound effects. They participated in Disney’s Soundscapes Workshop where band members learned new music in less than three hours and recorded the soundtrack to a scene from the movie Tangled. The students also got to enjoy the parks at Universal Studios and Disney World. The band tour was an adventure filled with new opportunities for students to learn and grow. The underclassmen are looking forward to another band tour in 2024!MLHS Band tour

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Finding Voices

By Sample HubSpot User on July 28, 2022


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Alumni In Service

By Andrew Braun on October 21, 2021


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MLHS students attend Business Association of Wisconsin breakfast

By Andrew Braun on September 29, 2021

On September 17th, three Milwaukee Lutheran High School students were invited to attend the annual IBAW (Independent Business Association of Wisconsin) Manufacturing Summit with Free Enterprise Director Shannon Whitworth and Career Academy Director Evan Janousky.  We were able to sit at an exclusive, reserved table, making MLHS one of only two schools in attendance for this special experience. 

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