St. Croix Lutheran High School is a private school located on 30 acres in West St. Paul, Minnesota. It is a co-ed institution with a study body of approximately 400 students in grades 9-12. There is an average of 100 students living on the campus.

The school offers a 15:1 faculty-to-student ratio. St. Croix Lutheran High School was established in 1958. It is considered a theologically conservative school and is affiliated with the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS).

St. Croix Lutheran High School offers one of the lowest tuitions in the state for a parochial high school.

The mascot is a crusader and the school colors are red and white. Ninety-five percent students from St. Croix Luther High School seek higher education after graduation.