|History in brief:
||Several leaders of WELS and ELS congregations in Washington,
Ozaukee, and Dodge counties gather to discuss a proposed Lutheran high
school in the northern Milwaukee metro area.
||KMLHS opens with an enrollment of 35 students in grades nine and ten
at the temporary facility of Christ Lutheran Church in the village of
||Forty-eight acres of land are purchased along Division Road in the
town of Jackson for $36,500. A federation of congregations is
||KML breaks ground for a 21,760 square foot building. The KML federation totals 14 congregations.
||KML moves into the new facility. First senior class of 15 students
graduates. 1980 - Student body grows to 230, groundbreaking for
$800,000 gymnasium/classroom addition, first Echo Fest.
||Central IMC space renovated into library and media center.
||Groundbreaking for 11,000 square foot, $500,000 classroom addition.
|Dedication of the Project Grow addition (Business office,
home ec. classroom, and science facilities expanded. Student body
Computer Assisted Drafting and Design (CADD)
purchased through Ladies Guild and Thrifty Nickel retail store.
||Computers on Wheels (COWS) funded by KML’s First Annual Auction
through Friends/Founders. KML celebrates its 25th year. Student body
numbers 390. Twenty-six congregations from five counties make up the
||Groundbreaking for Time to Grow expansion.
||Dedication of Phase I Time to Grow project takes place on
October 5. Education wing, kitchen, cafeteria, new and remodeled
gymnasiums, and locker rooms are part of the $5.5 million expansion.
Outdoor athletic fields change the entire look of the KML campus.
||Dedication of the Green Machine wastewater treatment project.
||Soccer bleachers were added to the outdoor sports facilities.
||Groundbreaking for the Performing Arts Center and fine arts academic wing
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