Racine Lutheran High School is a 9th through 12th grade school on Luedtke Ave. and Spring St. in the City of Racine. It was established in 1944 by Lutheran church congregations. This fall it will serve approximately 336 students who come from 25 to 30 different middle schools in the area, including public and private schools and home-schooled children.
Primary Focus: Tuition assistance and expansion
Lutheran Affiliation: LCMS
Operating Budget: $2,873,403
Programs: Racine Lutheran High School (RLHS) has weekly chapel services, morning devotions and afternoon prayer. Chapel services are led by local pastors and synodically trained teachers. All students attend a theology class every day for each of their four years: the class is taught from a Lutheran perspective and taught by a synodically trained teacher.
Who is Served: 72% of its student population receives a voucher from the Racine Parental Choice Program, 20% are Latino/a, 11% Black, 7% two or more ethnicities, and 1% Asian.
Location: 251 Luedtke Avenue, Racine, WI 53405