The Lutheran High School Association of Greater Milwaukee is proud to be part of a community that supports each other emotionally, spiritually and financially. It costs us significantly more than $9,250 to educate your student and the difference is funded by an amazing group of donors and supporters of Milwaukee Lutheran.
It is our hope that every student who wants be part of the Milwaukee Lutheran Family has the opportunity to do so. Financial circumstances are always difficult for families considering a Christian High School education for their children.
We make every effort to offer a reduced tuition price as well as scholarship opportunities for students.
Looking for additional financial assistance? Additional scholarship opportunities are available below.
The LHSAGM recognizes outstanding academic achievement based upon academic achievement and outstanding performances on the MLHS Entrance Exam. To be eligible for the following awards, students must complete the exam on or prior to the December 5th testing date. Awards may be applied to tuition, fees, lunch or transportation.
Contact the admissions office to register for the MLHS Entrance Exam on the December 5th testing date. There is no additional application as this is a scores-based scholarship.
Milwaukee Lutheran High School recognizes incoming students that demonstrate exemplary leadership skills through our core values (Biblical Truth, Relationships, Communication, Growth, and Love).
Applications open November 1st and are reviewed on a rolling schedule with the majority of scholarships awarded in March and April.
Sponsored by the Fleckenstein Family. This scholarship is created to provide monetary tuition assistance to students interested in attending (or continuing to attend) Milwaukee Lutheran High School that otherwise would be unable to attend. Student must have strong skills in one or more of the following categories: leadership, academic performance, extracurricular, community involvement. Students must be eligible for the Wisconsin Parental School Choice Program or the Milwaukee Parental School Choice Program but did not receive a Parental School Choice Voucher.
Caroline Suycott is an alumnus of the Lutheran High School (the original Milwaukee Lutheran). She has a heart for Christian education and is providing this scholarship to one eligible student.
Applications open November 1st and are reviewed all at once after the deadline of May 1st.