Principal Seth Fitzsimmons
Last updated on December 13, 2017
My family and I are very excited to be here in Muskego since 2015! Carrie and I have been blessed to be married since 2003. In that time the Lord has blessed us with Marcus, Molly, Hannah, and Caleb. Here is a little information about me and my family.

I grew up near Watertown, WI, in the small town of Hustisford where many of my cousins still live. My dad (Bernie) has worked in construction with two of his seven brothers since serving in the Army after high school. My mom (Cindy) works as food service coordinator at Hustisford High School. I have one sister (Sadie Jo) who is four years older than I am. She lives in Watertown, WI, with her husband (Steve) and five children. Steve is a science professor at Luther Preparatory School there in Watertown.

I was a “Bluejay” at Bethany Lutheran School and then graduated from Luther Prep in 2000. I attended Martin Luther College (MLC) in New Ulm, MN, for two years in the pastor track. In 2002, I transferred to Wisconsin Lutheran College (WLC) in Milwaukee, and completed my degree in Middle-Secondary Education in 2005. I served for one year teaching 7th grade at Hope Christian School in Milwaukee (now Hope Prima). In June 2006, I accepted a call to serve as upper grades teacher in Norfolk, Nebraska. I served as teacher there for two years before accepting the call to serve as their principal in 2008. 

My wife has worked as an RN since graduating from Concordia Univ. (Mequon) in 2003. She’s worked in orthopedics, OB, the ER, and now as a nurse practitioner after earning her masters in 2014. 

My hobbies include: golfing, traveling with my wife, going to sporting events, the Brewers, reading, and playing outside with our kids.

I love our Lutheran schools, and I treasure the opportunity to lead our school’s ministry here in Muskego as we seek to put our Lutheran school up on the lampstand in Muskego because of the gospel of Jesus, which we have as a treasure for ALL in our congregation and community to see and enjoy!

Sincerely in Christ,

Mr. Fitzsimmons