Martin Luther School

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Martin Luther School
New York City, New York
Coordinates 40°43′22″N 73°54′21″W / 40.7229°N 73.9059°W / 40.7229; -73.9059Coordinates: 40°43′22″N 73°54′21″W / 40.7229°N 73.9059°W / 40.7229; -73.9059
Type Private
Denomination Lutheran (LCMS)
Established 1960
Executive Director Randal C. Gast
Principal Mr. James R. Regan
Faculty 39
Gender Co-ed
Number of students approx. 260
Mascot Cougar
Tuition $8,600 HS/$6,450 MS - Tuition assistance available
Colors Red and White

Martin Luther School is a co-educational Lutheran middle and high school located in the neighborhood of Maspeth, in the borough of Queens, New York City. Until 2012, the school's name was Martin Luther High School.


Martin Luther serves a diverse body of students from Queens and Brooklyn from a variety of ethnic, religious and academic backgrounds.


In order to graduate students are required to take classes in Business, English, History, Fine Arts, Foreign Languages, Mathematics, Physical Education, Science, and Theology. Martin Luther also offers Advanced Placement courses.


Martin Luther offers several extracurricular activities. The school mascot is the Cougar, and the athletics department offers Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country,Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball (girls only), and Wrestling. Students can also join Band, Chorus, and Choir for academic credit. The Drama Club (Troupe #980) is a member of the International Thespian Society. Students interested in spiritual growth or community service can join the Beatitudes or the Key Club. The school has a semi-monthly student-run newspaper, The Cougar Chronicle, and a yearbook, Invictus. Students who perform up to academic standards may be nominated for membership in the National Honor Society. They may also choose to run for Student Council.

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