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Stanley earns trip to State

Katelyn Stanley earns trip to State Speech Tourney

Led by returning senior and team captain Katelyn Stanley, the Mayer Lutheran Speech Team tackled the speech season this year small in numbers, but det...

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MLHS Crusader Baseball

MLHS Baseball at US Bank Stadium

Our Crusader baseball team will be playing at US Bank Stadium this Friday, April 21 at 7:00pm versus Heritage Christian Academy. Admission is $5. Fans...

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Lutherans for Life Essay Winners

Lutherans for Life Essay Winners

Lutherans for Life essay winners were recently announced by Carver Lifelines, the Carver County chapter of Lutherans for Life. Mayer Lutheran students...

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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!

April 2017 Crusader Newsletter

April 2017 Crusader NewsletterDoes attending Mayer Lutheran High School cost, or does it pay? Read Executive Director Joel Landskroener’s thoughts on that question in the April issue of the MLHS newsletter. In the April issue you can also read about:
  • Dan Perrel, director of enrollment, has some advice about your “Screenager”
  • A recap of Charlotte’s Web, the spring drama production
  • Winter activities wrap-up
  • Information about hosting an exchange students
  • Prom date, times and location
  • Crusader Classic golf tournament information
  • Mayer Knights summer camps
  • Mayer CAST summer production (BYE BYE BIRDIE) auditions
  • The 2017-18 MLHS Academic Calendar
  • News from the Physical Education and Science Departments
  • Thoughts on self-discovery from MLHS Junior Katelyn Cooper
  • The Old Testament class for adults taught by Pastor Stefan Wismar
  • Student achievements in both academics and service
  • Alumni news and information
  • Important dates to remember
  • The Last Word from Principal Kevin Wilaby

We’ve Passed 75% of Our Goal!

The Prepared to Build Capital Campaign goal is in site! Only $350,000 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 only 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