Martin Luther High School offers a wide variety of athletic programs to attract as many of our students as possible to compete in the high school athletic arena. Developing the student-athlete both in and out of the classroom helps to shape and nurture our students so they become productive citizens in our society and better prepares them for the future. Using and developing athletic skills, entertaining fans, growing physically, working together as a team and being productive with the athletic talents our Lord has given us are all a part of the opportunity Martin Luther provides through participation in the athletic programs we offer.
With an athletic facility that is well equipped and well maintained, Martin Luther is able to offer a variety of sports at multiple levels which include: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Dance, Football, Golf, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball and Wrestling. Yearly on average, 90% of our student population is involved in at least one sport here at Martin Luther.
The high school athletic arena is a very competitive field today and we are committed here at Martin Luther to provide the highest level of opportunity to our student-athletes to make them as successful as
Technology is integrated into a lot that we do and that doesn't stop with athletics! Many of our teams are highlighted on our social media sites. Facebook has an important role in football and basketball, scores are tweeted to our Twitter followers, and our MLTV StreamTeam broadcasts some of our Varsity Sports live on the web!
The Metro Classic was a newly formed conference starting with the 2012-2013 school year.
The conference is comprised of schools in Southeast Wisconsin that share a similar mission and vision for interscholastic high school sports and activities.
Conference Memeber Schools include:
Martin Luther High School is a member school of the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA). As such, we are bound to follow all rules as established by the WIAA and its member schools. Individuals wanting to read the rules in their entirety may access them on the WIAA website.