The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. In May of 2019, twenty-two new ALA students were inducted into our National Honor Society Chapter.   |   Staff contact: Lynnette Stahmann


ALA Ambassadors help in the recruitment of new students and represent ALA at various activities and events on-campus, at various schools, and in the community.   |   Staff contact: Michelle Meyer

...Ambassadors have opportunities to represent ALA in a positive way,
...Ambassadors have opportunities to represent our Savior to those who may or may not know Him.

ALA students have a wonderful opportunity to use their talents in other parts of the country as they participate in WELS Kingdom Workers' "Faith in Action" mission trips.   |   Staff contact: Brad Bode

Take a look at one student's mission trip from summer 2017.



The ALA Hiking Club does not require formal membership. Students are invited to join the group for one or all of the planned hikes each year. View photos.    |   Staff contact: Brad Bode


The Media Club is open to anyone interested in graphic design, photography, blogging, or videography, with at least two major projects each year. Visit to view some of their work.

In 2016, the Media Club  headed up our Mannequin Challenge, created on Canva, reported on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Find us and get social!!   |   Staff contact: Jen Bode

Musical theater productions take place each spring. Learn more about past productions.   |   Staff contact: Andrea Oppermann

This club is for ALA parents, grandparents, and friends — supporting academics, athletics, and the arts!   |   Staff contact: Jen Bode