High School Students
Christ Alone helps youth find their way through the uncertain teen years by providing opportunities for social, educational, recreational, and community service experiences.
Discovery – a Basic Bible Class offered to teens and adults is our course of basic Bible introduction and information. Learn more…
A separate Sunday Bible class is held especially for high school students at 9:15 a.m. in the school building (the library). This is led by our seminary student, Mr. Christopher Gorr.
The UnderGround is a midweek event for our youth, held Wednesday evenings from 6:30-8:00 p.m. for high school ages down to 7th grade. This meets at the South Campus in the basement Underground room, resembling a subway station with tables, games, and more. Contact Mr. Gorr at theunderground@ChristAloneWELS.org.
Our Lutheran High Schools
Luther Preparatory School is a boarding school with a single mission: to prepare and encourage young people to be pastors and teachers in the WELS. Located in Watertown, WI.
Empowered by God’s Word, Kettle Moraine Lutheran High School educates, encourages, and equips God’s people for life and for eternity. Located in Jackson, WI.
At Wisconsin Lutheran High School, it’s the combination of FAITH, OPPORTUNITY, CHARACTER, UNITY, and SUPPORT (FOCUS) that gives our students the BEST POSSIBLE high school experience—and prepares them for a future of real success. Located in Milwaukee, WI.
We partner with St. John’s Lutheran Church (1616 W. Mequon Road) for a campus ministry that meets Sundays at 4:00 p.m. at the St. John’s Center. All college-aged students are welcomed.
Our Lutheran Colleges
The mission of Martin Luther College is to train a corps of Christian witnesses who are qualified to meet the ministry needs of the WELS.
Wisconsin Lutheran College, affiliated with the WELS, is a Lutheran liberal arts college for Christian men and women. The college is committed to providing quality teaching, scholarship, and service that are rooted in Holy Scripture; promoting the spiritual growth of students, faculty, and staff; and preparing students for lives of Christian leadership.