Evergreen Lutheran High School has provided a rich tradition of academic excellence in the Pacific Northwest since 1978!
We are committed to offering a quality, Christ-centered education which prepares children to serve Him now and forever.
Philosophy & Purpose: So that young people may realize their God-given potential, we strive to:
- build spiritually mature and faithful hearts through the diligent study and loving application of God’s Word (spiritual growth)
- prepare students for Christian life and service through effective and challenging programs of Christian education (curriculum and instruction)
- reinforce and empower the role of the family (family support and communication)
- provide and maintain a stimulating, safe, and functional learning environment (facilities)
- support our mission through a motivated and involved Association (support)
- recruit, evangelize, and nurture unchurched and non-member students from the local and international communities (outreach)
Vision: Evergreen Lutheran High School….where all students thrive in Christian love.
- The Word is treasured (Psalm 19:9-10).
- The Word is lived.
- Law and Gospel are properly divided and applied in everything.
- Relationships are agape-love motivated ones.
- There is an encouraging environment.
- Spoken and written words are “captive to Christ” (2 Cor 10:5)
- There is an appearance that reflects thankfulness for what Christ has done.
- All instruction integrates the Word of God.
- Christ is shared; there is a mission mindset.
Part of a Bigger Educational System
The Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS) and the Evangelical Lutheran Synod (ELS) have a rich tradition of academic excellence in its Pre-School through Grade 12 school system. The WELS and ELS have operated highly regarded schools across the United States, the Caribbean, Korea, Ukraine, Czech Republic, and the Amazon jungle of Peru, and elsewhere in the world for over 150 years. Currently, WELS and ELS churches and associations operate 407 early childhood centers, 355 elementary schools, and 26 high schools across the nation.