Wolf River Lutheran High School offers a quality, comprehensive curriculum. Our academic courses are designed to meet or exceed state requirements, but are also customized to the individual needs of each student. Students receive the opportunity to select appropriate courses
from each department, which will challenge their ability and provide a well-rounded education.
Our Curriculum provides students with the core coursework required for graduation in the State of Wisconsin as will as additional, specialized course offerings based on student interest and faculty availability.
WRLHS has partnered with Concordia University Wisconsin to offer college credit classes to our high school students. Students must attend WRLHS for a semester before entering the program and carry a GPA of 3.0 or higher. For more information about the program go to www.online.cuw.edu/dualcredit or contact your guidance counselor.
Youth Apprenticeship Program
Wisconsin's Youth Apprenticeship program is a part of a statewide School-to-Work initiative. It is designed for high school students who want hands on learning in an occupational area at a worksite along with classroom instruction. This one or two year elective program combines academic and technical instruction with mentored on-the-job learning.
The Youth Apprenticeship Program is managed by different consortiums and its availability differs by school district. For more information, please see your high school counselor or contact your local Youth Apprenticeship consortium.
Youth Apprenticeship offers several career programs to pursue. The options may vary depending on the offerings for your local area. The classes are offered in 10 basic program areas listed below. Click on the column headings for further class detail.
Youth Apprenticeship Program Areas
Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources
Architecture & Construction
Art, A/V Technology & Communications
Hospitality & Tourism
Science, Tech, Engineering & Math (STEM)
Transportation, Distribution & Logistics
Christian Doctrine Comparative
Personal Finance (required)
Work Studies or Course Offerings
The student to teacher ratio is low. In this way teachers will be better able to address the individual needs of each student.
Smaller, faith-based high schools like Wolf River are flexible in scheduling and provide for each student to participate in a
wide variety of campus life and extra-curricular activities.
While many of our students happen to be Lutheran, we certainly have many others that are from different Christian denominations, schools (private, public, and home school) and cultures allowing Wolf River to provide a wonderful atmosphere to learn and grow. We are truly a regional high school providing the strong educational community of faith of which family’s desire.
Visit us today to give your son or daughter a chance to benefit in their educational journey in a small, yet challenging Lutheran Christian high school.
Keep in mind that the requirements listed in the left-hand column are minimum graduation requirements. The more academically challenging a student’s course of study is, the more choices the student will have upon graduation. It is essential that students, with their parents, check the entrance requirements for the college the student plans to attend to make sure their high school plans meet those requirements.
Students planning on continuing their education in a vocational or technical school setting should consider taking additional credits in math, science, business or technical education. Well-prepared pre-college students should acquire additional credits in math, science and foreign language. Due to increasing academic competition, a high grade point average is extremely helpful. For the highest-level post-secondary institutions, two to four years of a foreign language and advanced study in math and science are essential.
Wolf River Lutheran High School believes that education is a partnership between parents, teachers, and students. The following are recommendations, and can be considered best practices, in establishing a foundation for future academic success.
Time management skills are necessary for productive and successful people. Successful students manage their time wisely during the
day and evening, fulfilling the demands of a challenging academic program and at the same time having adequate time for recreation and sleep.
PE—games, specialized activities
Anatomy and Physiology (Independent)
Intro to Agriculture
Work Release for Senior (checking about credit)
Track and Field
Clubs or Groups