The Concordia Lutheran High School Athletic Department is looking forward to the 2021-2022 athletic season. We are planning on returning to normal attendance this fall at all of our home athletic events without any of the previous pandemic-related restrictions. And we have added a new online ticket system.
News and Announcements
After playing volleyball in college for the Wisconsin Badgers, Tionna Williams, a 2015 Concordia graduate, got in contact with different teams looking for players around the world. This was when she found the opportunity to play in Germany.
Jared, our Comfort Dog, recently celebrated his 4th birthday. He has been a wonderful companion for our students. Read more about his ministry.
When I think back to my high school experience, I smile at all the great memories I made here at CLHS. I was surrounded by likeminded friends who, in the end, became family.
Fiscal Year 2021 has wrapped up, and although it has been a year full of questions and struggles, it has also been a year of blessings!
Many people that I talked to over the last 18 months talked about how hard it was to be isolated from other people. So, now that things are “normal” again, how do we search out the lonely and isolated in our lives?
This week, we welcomed our new Head of School, Jacob Pennekamp to Concordia. It is an exciting time as he begins his new role at CLHS and leads us into the future. It is also bittersweet because that means we are saying goodbye to our previous Principal and Head of School, Mychal Thom.
Mrs. Katie Underwood is the newest teacher at Concordia. She will be starting this fall as an art teacher. Read more about her in our Q&A.
Define normal — the usual, average, typical, or expected. I do not know about you, but I am looking forward to going back to what is typical and expected.
Cierra Germann is a member of the Class of 2016. Read more about her life since graduation in our Q&A.