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Hoop It Up for Al 3-on-3 BB

Register Now Open for 3-on-3 BB Tourney

The Hoop It Up for Al 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament is now open for registration! The registration deadline is June 30, but to guarantee a tourney t-sh...

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Grimsley is Class A Coach of the Year

Mayer Lutheran’s Joelle Grimsley has been named the Class A State Head Coach of the Year by the Minnesota Volleyball Coaches Board of Control. The C...

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Mayer Knights Summer Camps

Mayer Knights Summer Camps

Mayer Knights summer camps are a great way to improve skills, make new friends, and just have some fun during the summer. Mayer Knights is the commun...

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We ARE Mayer Lutheran

Take a few minutes to see some of the many things that make Mayer Lutheran special. Hear from students, staff, and parents!

May 2017 Crusader Newsletter

The Crusader Newsletter-May 2017 In the May newsletter, Executive Director Joel Landskroener will explain the rationale behind Make Your Mark@MayerLutheran, the new MLHS marketing theme. You can also read about:
  • The newest generation of Christian leaders – our incoming freshmen
  • The Twins Fields for Kids Grant the school has received
  • Our annual spring concert and art exhibit on May 17
  • Mayer Lutheran’s 2017 Top Scholars
  • Spiritual Life News from Dave Lane
  • Speech season wrap-up
  • Old Testament class for adults
  • An authentic Cajun Crawfish Boil on June 2
  • End of year notes from Guidance Counselor Debra Kelzer
  • The Mayer Knights Summer Program
  • Results from the MN State Science and Engineering Fair
  • Service and Academic Students of the month
  • 2017 National Honor Society inductees
  • Alumni news, including a story about Gary Truwe (’65)
  • Audition info for the Mayer CAST summer production of BYE BYE BIRDIE
  • The annual Passover Seder celebrated by the freshmen class
  • Summer Sale dates and information

We’ve Passed 75% of Our Goal!

Almost to our goal!The Prepared to Build Capital Campaign goal is in site! Only $300,000 remains to reach the $2 million dollars needed before construction can begin! Will you help us raise the remaining amount?

Please keep our fundraising efforts in your prayers, encourage others to support our campaign, and make a pledge to support the next generation of Christian leaders. With less than 25% of the goal remaining, let's keep raising the temperature on our thermometer as we "Prepare to Build" our campus addition! Click the logo below for more info!

Mayer Lutheran is Prepared to Build!
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You Will Find Your Place
"And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose."
Romans 8:28, NIV

Mayer Knights Youth Programs

Mayer Knights programs are offered to youth to develop and advance their interest and skills in various activities ranging from sports to the arts. We strive to provide a Christ-centered environment where young people learn, compete, and grow with a level of character, intensity, enthusiasm, and sportsmanship consistent with our Christian faith.

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Will I have a chance to learn in new ways?

Will I learn skills to thrive in a complex world?

Will I be taught HOW to think and not WHAT to think?

YOUWILL

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You Will Make A Difference
"See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wastelands."
Isaiah 43:19, NIV

Mayer Lutheran High School at a Glance

Financial Aid and Scholarships to Mayer Lutheran Graduates
financial aid chart
Students Enrolled from Associated Congregations
Student to Teacher Ratio
Where have MLHS students gone to college?
Art Institute of MN; Alexandria Tech; Aveda; Augsburg; Bemidji State; Bethany; Biola; Brown; Bethel; Concordia; Cornell; Creighton; Crown; Emory Riddle; Dordt; Drake; Georgetown; Grandview; Grove City; Gustavus Adolphus; Hillsdale; ISU; Kalamazoo; Lake Superior; Lincoln College; Loyola; Luther; MN School of Business; MSU; Marquette; MIT; Michigan State; Michigan Tech; Milwaukee School of Engineering; Motorcycle Mechanics Institute; NDSU; Northwestern; Ohio State; Penn State; Purdue; Ridgewater; Rose Hulman; Rochester Institute of Tech.; Ryder; Savannah College Art and Design; Simpson; ...
Average Student ACT Scores
Students Who Took the ACT Exam
state avg. 73%
state avg. score 21.1
College Enrollment after MLHS
4-year college: 75%
2-year college: 15%
You Will Succeed
"Commit to the Lord whatever you do, and he will establish your plans."
Proverbs 16:3, NIV