HIGH ACHIEVERS

Raising the academic bar is crucial for today’s students. Colleges, technical schools, the military and employers are seeking young people who are well educated, can think critically and have self-discipline with high ethical standards. Racine Lutheran High’s academic program helps student excel, with:

  • Personal attention from teachers and resource staff
  • Challenging curriculum and Advanced Placement classes
  • Concordia Promise Dual-Credit program for honor students
  • Interactive classroom technology
  • Fresh teaching approaches that engage students

The highest scores open doors for colleges and scholarships. Racine Lutheran High students achieve high GPAs and perform well on ACTs, with an average ACT score of 23.4 and a top 10% ACT average of 30.2. The graduation rate is 100%, establishing an extraordinary school climate of high achievement. More than 95% of graduates are accepted into college, technical school or the military, with scholarships reflecting this superb performance.

Racine Lutheran High focuses on high achievement, with challenging academics that prepare students for the future. In addition, students become high achievers in athletics and fine arts, making them exceptionally well grounded.

Recent Racine Lutheran High co-valedictorians and salutatorian—including a National Merit Scholarship finalist—all attained GPAs exceeding 4.0. Nearly half of recent graduates achieved High Honors, with GPAs of 3.5 or above. These seniors were also members of the National Honor Society, which recognizes students for scholarship, leadership, service and character. Twenty percent were Student Ambassadors, exhibiting traits of leadership, character and service within the school and community. Graduates were offered scholarships and grants totaling more than $2.4 million, from 35 different colleges and universities.

Students receive instruction in God’s word on a daily basis and also enjoy regular Chapel services. Families of all faiths are welcome at Racine Lutheran High, equally receiving the benefits of Christian education.