Martin Luther High School

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This article is about the school in Greendale, Wisconsin. For other uses, see Luther High School (disambiguation).

Martin Luther High School is a Lutheran Church Missouri Synod-affiliated private school located in Greendale, Wisconsin, United States.


Martin Luther High School was built after World War II as the second school of the Lutheran High School Association of Greater Milwaukee. It was designed to serve over 800 students. The campus has a drug- and smoke-free policy.



Martin Luther High School has a college preparatory program that focuses on mathematics, literature, history, the arts, and foreign language.

Extra-curricular activities[edit]

Martin Luther High School has two bands, the Varsity and the Symphonic Band. Symphonic Band is an audition-only band that has toured in Colorado, Texas, Tennessee, Florida, and Washington D.C.[citation needed] Small ensembles include Jazz Band, Brass Choir, Flute Choir, Clarinet Choir, Woodwind Ensemble, Sax Choir and Pep Band. Martin Luther also has a choir program comprising four choirs, including a men's and women's choir and two mixed choirs. The top choir, the Concert Choir, has toured in New York, California, and Washington D.C. and has performed at choir competitions throughout the area. Martin Luther students participate in the District Wisconsin State Music Association Contest in the spring.

Music classes cover the study of humanities, advanced music, and independent study music theory. The music computer lab allows students to write music and familiarize themselves with music technology such as ACID, Reason, and Sibelius Music Notation software.

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