Mayer Lutheran High School is a Christian high school open to every student regardless of religious affiliation, economic status, or ethnic heritage. The MLHS curriculum boldly adheres to the Christian worldview. Students take four years of theology coursework and attend daily chapel. They are prepared to intelligently work with others whose ideas, culture, beliefs, and language differ from their own. Theology courses, while fully reliant on God’s Word, are designed to help students develop practical skills in understanding Scripture, growing in faith while living in a culture whose worldview increasingly opposes Christianity and their own understanding of God.