Living Word Lutheran High School provides a fully accredited, comprehensive, college preparatory academic program. LWLHS offers a curriculum that prepares students for the demands of college, career, and beyond. Our 21st Century Classroom Initiative fosters student growth in creative problem-solving skills, productive collaboration, reading, writing, digital literacy, and critical thinking. Technology is integrated throughout the curriculum. With “Christ as our foundation,” it is understood that the Biblically Christian worldview will be part of each classroom and extra-curricular activity.
Helping Students Grow
Living Word is committed to meeting each student where they are and helping them grow intellectually and spiritually. Our curriculum takes an aggressive approach to meet every style and pace of learner with systems in place to track and maximize student achievement. We enter partnership with our parents built on communication and transparency - a partnership that welcomes parent input and feedback.
ACT Test Score Data
The average composite score results, LWLHS college bound students:
LWLHS Composite: 25.0
State of Wisconsin: 20.7
National Average: 20.8
The average scores by subject area, LWLHS college bound students:
Math: LWLHS 22.7; WI Avg.: 20.5
Science: LWLHS 23.3; WI Avg.: 20.6
English: LWLHS 23.3; WI Avg.: 19.4
Reading: LWLHS 24.5; WI Avg: 20.4
Average Class Size
The average class size is 20 students. This size allows students to develop closer relationships with their teachers, which positively affects their academic experience.
Personal Device 1:1 Program
Living Word Lutheran High School requires every student to have his or her device (laptop/Chromebook) for school to use on a daily basis. While these will not be utilized every day in class, the frequent application of 21st Century learning experiences will require students to have regular access to this resource.
The Honor Academy exists to challenge and develop students with interests in various disciplines like Music, Humanities, and Leadership Seminar. Each academy pushes students with advanced coursework, community engagement, and a capstone project.
Before the start of second semester, Living Word offers a three week Winterim term. Winterim offers courses that would not normally be offered during a typical semester. These course are hands-on and often lead to educational field trips and projects.
College Prep Curriculum
Students can also get a jumpstart on a college education while at Living Word. We offer dual credit courses, AP Courses, and CAAP. Students can enter college with as many as 36 college credits!
We provide various resources for students who need extra help or assistance in the classroom. We offer academic accommodations like more time on tests, extra help with tutors, and a resource study hall. If you feel your child may need academic assistance, contact Mrs. Kim Ehley, Guidance Counselor, and learn more on how we can work together to create an academic success plan.