About the Mentor Program

Mission Statement: Training teens and others to walk in the cross of Christ.

Mentors are a selected group of junior and seniors. Students complete an application and are then selected for this organization. The mission of this program is to teach teenagers and others to walk in the cross of Christ. Its primary goal is to be a peer mentoring group that will help freshmen transition into high school. Other goals are to take an active part in Wisconsin Synod missions and also involvement in area communities. Each individual will learn about leadership styles and how to lead by positive Christian example, positive interaction, and interpersonal assessment. Mentors plan for positive ways to change negative attitudes or actions within the student body. Our mentors’ goal is also to help with any new students as well as foreign exchange students entering KML. A training session(s) will be provided before the beginning of each school year. Occasional meetings will be required and publicized throughout the school year.


Rev. Randy Hughes


Contact the Mentor Program advisor, Rev. Hughes (randy.hughes@kmlhs.org).