We believe that your student would do well in our learning environment.   In fact, students can THRIVE and do EXCEPTIONALLY well here. 

Do any of the following descriptions sound like your child?

  • Students with inquisitive minds who ask a lot of questions.
  • Students who like to take things apart, fix things, put things back together, build things and/or try to figure out how things work.
  • Students who enjoy learning by DOING.
  • Students who want to incorporate their faith in Christ into their education. The Christian faith and the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod framework is integral to everything we do and teach and learn at MLHS.
  • Students who want to be a part of deciding what and how they learn.
  • Students who enjoy one-on-one time with teachers and instuctors.
  • Students who aren't afraid to share their ideas and learn from their peers, as well as from teachers.
  • Students who enjoy having their unique gifts and talents celebrated and encouraged.
  • Students who like to be encouraged to be creative, problem solve, improvise, and think/work creatively.
  • Students who are who are critical thinkers, or who want to become critical thinkers.

These descriptions fit the skills that prepare our students for the world beyond high school.  If they fit your student, read on to see how Martin Luther High School incorporates these into its educational framework. 

The Project Based Learning Environment (PBL)

Project Based Learning (PBL) is at the core of our innovative teaching practices.  It is a hands-on approach to learning that allows the students to be part of the process.

It incorporates technology and STEAM concepts!  What is STEAM? 

Science     Technology     Engineering     Arts     Math


The learning evironment that MLHS provides is innovative and consistent with the way technology is advancing in real time. When it comes to technology, the overall goal is to have the technology support learning, not drive instruction.This allows our  students to:

  • Use real-world tools to do real-world work
  • Focus on developing skill sets that society demands
  • Respond to their developing interests
  • Develop agency (ownership of their own learning )
  • Focus on ways to function in an environment that is more reflective of the current digital world

How do we achieve this?

MLHS students have available to them a variety of means for incorporating STEAM into their education, including ... 

  • Maker Space: a place which allows them to follow their creativity and "make" or "be" creative.  This means they can build, invent, compose, create ... the sky is the limit! 
  • 1:1 computers and 3D printers: these allow our students to learn by doing 
  • Robotics Initiatives: MLHS students can and have worked with designing, repurposing, programming, and 3D printing parts and pieces for their robot.  Their goal is to use WiFi and Bluetooth technology to allow homebound students to access and operate the robot. 

A Firm Foundation of Christian Beliefs

Where would be without the love and guidance of Jesus Christ? No matter where we go or what we do, we can't acheive our highest potential without our Christian faith.

MLHS is the perfect balance between traditonal Christian Faith and modern education in the 21st Century.

Imagine a world led by innovative builders and scholars who understand the world of technology and foward thinking but have the basis for leading a moral, ethical, and service-oriented life.

Doesn't that sound like exactly what our world needs?

This is what we are doing at Martin Luther High School.

Do you want your child to be part of this movement?

Call us today to schedule an appoinment and find out more about what we have to offer and about enrollment.

We're looking forward to your child enrolling!