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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.

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  • 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
  • 97% Of Our Students Receive Financial Aid
  • 21 Athletic Teams
  • 20.02 Average Class Size
  • 30 AP / Honors / Dual Credit Courses Offered
  • 7 State Championship Athletic Teams

In the News

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Try Computer Science

Do you know who the 10 wealthiest Americans of 2021 were? Forbes does and according to them, people named Bill, Elon, Mark, Jeff, and Steve were among the leading wage earners. Feel free to Google their names, rankings, or income. While you are doing that, be sure to check out what industry they made their fortune in. Would it surprise you to know that 8 of the 10 wealthiest Americans in 2021 were in the technology field?
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Faculty Spotlight: Mrs. Lisa Sherrod

Mrs. Lisa Sherrod is the Director of the Study Center at CLHS. She helps students who need a little extra help with their academics. She is a parent of three Concordia alumni and a sibling to two Concordia alumni, including SFC Al Conrad, a JROTC instructor at CLHS.
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Caring for students spiritually

High school teachers across the nation are called to care for their students mentally, emotionally, and academically, but here at Concordia Lutheran High School (CLHS), teachers have an even greater calling that supersedes the other three: Caring for students spiritually.

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