Preparatory Schools

(MLS), Saginaw, Mich., and (LPS), Watertown, Wis., prepare high school students to attend Martin Luther College and serve as called workers. For the 2015–16 school year, Luther Preparatory School has 442 students and Michigan Lutheran Seminary has 221.

Both schools offer “Taste of Ministry” opportunities for students, which include shadowing called workers to learn more about their work. Students also are given firsthand gospel ministry experiences on campus and during mission trips.


Students perform at Michigan Lutheran Seminary’s Christmas concert.



A Luther Preparatory School student shares God’s love with a little lamb in Antigua during a summer mission trip.