Martin Luther Academy
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Box 1 contains file folders 1-24 from the following series:Series 1: Documents regarding the DMLHS/MLA Board of ControlSeries 2: DMLHS/MLA catalogsSeries 3: Documents regarding DMLHS/MLA facultySeries 4: Documents regarding DMLHS/MLA graduating classesSeries 5: Documents regarding DMLHS/MLA musicSeries 6: Documents regarding DMLHS/MLA recruitmentSeries 7: Documents regarding DMLSH/MLA worshipSeries...
Scope and Contents This series consists of agendas, correspondence, minutes and reports produced by the DMLHS/MLA Board of Control or in the case of the president’s reports, produced for the Board of Control. This series also includes correspondence and documents regarding calls issued for the dean of students and other faculty positions. This series offers a great deal of clarity to the historical picture of Martin Luther Academy and its inner workings. This series was added to the collection from the MLPS...
Scope and Contents This series consists of documents from the founding of the MLA Athletic Boosters, as well as newspaper articles and photographs from the last three school years of Martin Luther Academy. These documents reflect the relative success that MLA’s athletic teams met with during these latter years of the school, a success which had not been evident in years prior to this time.
Scope and Contents This series consists of nearly a complete set of issues of the student newspaper – “The Ram-Page” – prepared by students of Dr. Martin Luther High School and its successor, Martin Luther Academy.
Scope and Contents This series consists of a decade of yearbooks produced by Martin Luther Academy. This series reflects the developments on the shared campus with Dr. Martin Luther College at New Ulm, as well as the developments in MLA as in independent WELS synodical school.
Scope and Contents This series consists of catalogs sent out to synod congregations and to potential students interested in enrolling at Martin Luther Academy. These catalogs reflect the developments and changes from the time when DMLHS became independent of Dr. Martin Luther College to the time when Martin Luther Academy closed its doors in 1979 to move to Prairie du Chien, WI.
Scope and Contents This series consists of correspondence, photographs, reports, and other documents regarding the faculty of DMLHS and MLA. This series includes documents regarding faculty orientation, the reviews of faculty service, divine calls to MLA, faculty property and other faculty topics. This series was added to the collection from the MLPS collection in March 2005.