Huron Valley Lutheran High School, in partnership with families and association churches, exists to provide each student with a quality Christ-centered education preparing them for lives of service now and for eternity.
HVL offers a strong academic program that meets or exceeds nearly all state and collegiate requirements. HVL students consistently score well above local, state and national averages on the ACT and other standardized tests.
Huron Valley is proud to be fully accredited by the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod’s School Accreditation (WELSSA) agency. Accreditation certifies that Huron Valley meets and maintains standards for accountability and excellence in education.
Huron Valley provides quality Christian secondary education for grades 9-12 in Southeast Michigan. HVL equips students to excel in academics, Christian values, and numerous sports and extra-curricular opportunities. Schedule a tour today!
Congratulations to HVL Class of 2015 members Julie St. John and Bethany Schaffer for being selected to the MHSSCA All State Softball team! Julie was named to First Team All State as pticher and …
For me, a Christian foundation, challenging course work, a packed extra-curricular calendar, supportive teachers and coaches, and actively involved parents was a winning combination. The small class sizes gave the teachers the ability to really focus on each of us.
Rachel (Doletzky) Honoway '94
Attending HVL gave me the opportunity to participate in a variety of extracurricular activities that I would never have considered participating in if I attended a public school. I feel most classes offered at HVL are AP classes, just without the official title. This education allowed me to adapt very well to the academic rigors of the University of Michigan without any problems.
Phil Wendland '05
Today I just made out a check for my child's full tuition at HVL. It is a large amount of money, but I know it is the best "bill" that I enjoy paying. Thank you for all you do for my child.
HVL Parent 2006
When it came time to decide where my 8th grade son would attend high school, I struggled with the decision of enrolling him in a large public school compared with the smaller setting at HVL. I thought the larger school would have more opportunities. It's four years later now, and my son is going to graduate next week. Sending him to HVL was one hundred percent the right choice, and my son says the same. Not only did he experience more opportunities through sports and other extra-curriculars, he received a quality, core academic education as well as four years of a Christian education which has eternal benefits.
HVL Parent, 2003