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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

Alumni Spotlight: Caitlin McGaffick '19 Featured Photo

Alumni Spotlight: Caitlin McGaffick '19

Caitlin McGaffick, a graduate from the Class of 2019, is working as a nursing intern at an integrative health clinic in Lafayette, Ind. This past summer, she took a 6,000-mile solo trip to Oregon this summer. Read more about her story in this month's Alumni Spotlight.
5 DECA students qualify for international competition Featured Photo

5 DECA students qualify for international competition

Concordia Lutheran High School’s DECA Chapter has five students who have qualified for International Career and Development Conference/Competition in Orlando, Fla., from April 21 to 26, 2023. The top four placements in each event advance to International DECA Competition.
The Magnificence of the Common Featured Photo

The Magnificence of the Common

Ephesians 2:10 says, “For we are his (God’s) workmanship created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God has prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them.” I posed this consideration to my students last week as I will share it with you now: What great comfort is there in this verse, and what a great calling!

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