Concordia Lutheran High School

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This application is for new freshmen and new students. Current students will receive information about returning next year later this spring. 

Admissions Requirements 

Enrollment in Grade 9

  • Complete the Application for Admission form online. You must create a username and login to apply.
  • Submit the $35 Application Fee.
  • Submit a copy of the student’s birth certificate.
  • Submit a copy of the student’s most recent standardized test scores (usually ISTEP scores).
  • Submit a copy of the student’s most recent report card.
 


A student attending a public elementary or middle school must submit a copy of the most recent standardized test scores (usually ISTEP scores) and the most recent report card. These documents are available from the public school office. If the student’s GPA is below a “C” or 2.0 average, then an appeal must be submitted. Please contact the Director of Admissions and Retention.

A student attending a Lutheran elementary school may be required, in special circumstances, to complete an interview for enrollment with a school administrator prior to acceptance. CLHS will notify the family if an interview with the family and student is required.

Transfer Students
(second semester Grade 9 and Grades 10-12)

A student desiring to transfer to CLHS is expected to present a positive record of academic performance and citizenship from the school he/she currently attends.

  • Complete the Application for Admission form online. You must create a username and login to apply.
  • Submit the $35 Application Fee.
  • Submit a copy of the student’s birth certificate.
  • Submit a copy of the student’s most recent standardized test scores (usually End of Course Assessments).
  • Submit a copy of the student’s unofficial transcript.


All financial and other obligations to the student’s previous school must be completed prior to transferring enrollment to CLHS. A transferring student’s enrollment is not considered final until the above steps are completed.

If the student’s GPA is below a “C” or 2.0 average, then an appeal must be submitted. Please contact the Director of Admissions and Retention.

Questions about Financial Assistance? Visit for Tuition & Financial Aid page for information on scholarships, need-based aid and more!