The seeds for the creation of Northeastern Wisconsin Lutheran High School were sown during the summer of 1975 when two interested parties were moved to determine the feasibility of starting a Lutheran high school in the Green Bay area. They conducted a survey which revealed sufficient interest in Lutheran secondary education to warrant proceeding. Out of a meeting at Pilgrim Lutheran Church, a steering committee was formed, and NEWLHS was on its way to becoming a reality. In 1977, the school started out with 34 students while located at Pilgrim Lutheran School. The school changed locations three other times before settling in at its current location in 1993.
N.E.W. Lutheran High School's current location is at 1311 S. Robinson Avenue in Green Bay. Conveniently located on Green Bay's east side just south of the East Towne Mall. From East Mason Street, turn south on Edgewood Street and follow Edgewood until you meet up with Robinson Avenue. Turn left (going east) and we are at the end of the cul-de-sac on Robinson Ave.
VISION STATEMENT: We are an intuitive, technologically advanced school known as a regional leader in academics. Our students are fully prepared to be leaders for Jesus Christ, regardless of chosen academic pursuits and future career objectives. Through our Biblically-based curriculum and spirit-given gift development opportunities, each student has a unique opportunity for exceptional growth in all chosen aspects of our program.