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Our Mission

Concordia Lutheran High School pursues Christ-centered educational excellence that equips individuals for lifelong learning and service as disciples of Jesus Christ.

Upcoming Events

  • 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
  • 98% Of Our Students Receive Financial Aid
  • 21 Athletic Teams
  • 19 Average Class Size
  • 29 AP / Honors / Dual Credit Courses Offered
  • 7 State Championship Athletic Teams

In the News

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Thankful that things aren’t changing

Well, 2020 is in the past, and 2021 is here and now. The dates have changed, but the world doesn’t seem to caught up. We still have problems, COVID-19 didn’t magically disappear, the weather is, well, Indiana in January, and it just doesn’t seem to most of us that things are changing.

CLHS Resume In-Person, On-Campus Learning on Monday, Jan. 11

Concordia Lutheran High School will resume in-person and on-campus classes on Monday, January 11, 2021. Monday, January 11 is an A Day with academic classes beginning at 8:40 AM. Please continue to practice CDC guidelines of wearing a face covering, hand hygiene, cleaning/disinfecting frequently touched surfaces, and social distancing.
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Updated Winter Sports Policies

Concordia Athletics has announced updates to its Winter Sports Policy as it pertains to home events for fans. The policy will follow the status of the county (red, orange, yellow, and blue), which is put forth by the state. Please click here to see the full policy.

CLHS Remote Learning January 5-8, 2021

Following the success in reducing the spread of the coronavirus within our school when conducting school remotely following the Thanksgiving holiday, and recommendation from the science and medical community, Concordia will conduct classes via Remote Learning the week of January 5-8, 2021.

Why Concordia Lutheran

Concordia Lutheran High School Graduates are individually equipped to be…
Christ-centered citizens—interacting with the world through the lens of a Christian worldview
Well-rounded scholars—prepared to think critically and creatively to take action for the public good
Lifelong learners—eagerly cultivating their talents and gifts
Lifelong servants—delighting in the vocations into which Christ calls them
Disciples of Jesus Christ—modeling Christ’s love to others in their community and beyond