High School Athletics Program
Immanuel Lutheran High School is the home of the Lancers. High School students have the opportunity to participate in interscholastic sports such as Baseball, Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, Cross Country, Softball, Track and Field, and Volleyball. Soccer is offered as a club sport and students may compete in organized intramural flag football in the fall.
Immanuel competes in the Dairyland Conference against ten other schools approximately its own size. For the post-season, Immanuel teams are seeded in the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA) playoffs, most often at the smallest school division. The Association of over 500 schools has a diversified membership of public high schools and nonpublic high schools.
Over the years Immanuel students have competed successfully with the ultimate goal in mind to glory their Savior God, honoring Him with the name they have on many of their jerseys: "Immanuel." Through competition, the student-athletes learn how working together as an integrated team can lead to overcoming challenges together and to sharing the joy of achieving success with each other. Over the years, the athletics program has secured several tournament, conference, and playoff championships, including the conference sportsmanship award (2002, 2004, 2007, 2009, 2015). Individual athletes have also received all-conference and all-state honors, including academically.
The Immanuel Athletics Booster Club is a group which supports these athletics programs through fund-raising events and collecting donations.
Prof. Mark Kranz