The high school has accepted study groups of 5-10 international students that come for 4 weeks for cultural immersion and language practice
Manitowoc Lutheran High School develops young adults intellectually, spiritually, and physically through a highly academic education. It is affiliated with the 150 year old, fourth largest, private school system in the United States of America. We offer a quality education in a small and friendly environment of about 210 students. Roughly 50% of Manitowoc educators hold an advanced degree. The student/teacher ratio is 10/1. The ACT Manitowoc Lutheran High School Average Composite is 24.8.
Students must submit official school transcripts from the past 3 years of study, two recommendation letters, and proof of financial responsibility. There is a Skype interview. The student should score at least 50 on SLEP, 215 on ELTis, or 745 on TOEFL Jr.
English as second language
There are 4 levels of ESL. There are 1-5 students in each ESL class.
2017 Tuition costs
The high school will arrange living accommodations for international students with host families at a cost of $6,000.
Manitowoc Lutheran offers a premier university preparatory education with 7 advanced placement courses, 7 college prep/honors courses, 4 foreign language courses, and all other courses necessary for gaining a high school diploma.
9 sports / 12 school clubs
International Program Director, High School President, Guidance Director, Teacher Adviser, Peer Student Mentor, Tutors
Features of the local area
Manitowoc Lutheran High School is located in the state of Wisconsin. Situated near Lake Michigan, our lakeshore community is a welcoming place for both visitors and residents. The changing seasons and variety of cultural opportunities allow students and their host families to enjoy travelling, museums, sports, and fine arts events in Manitowoc and larger nearby cities like Milwaukee and Chicago.