News and Announcements

Take a summer class at Concordia

As we near the end of another school year, we are once again preparing for another season of summer school. As we have in the past, we are continuing to offer a wide variety of summer school courses, both online and on-site that would count toward one’s high school credits.

Move this Summer to a new School Platform

So that you are aware, this summer we are moving our systems away from Blackbaud (OnCampus and SMART) and changing to FACTS. This change is happening because Blackbaud is unable to comply with new state mandates.

Senior Athletes honored in awards night

Concordia Lutheran High School’s senior athletes were honored tonight during the Senior Athletic Awards. In addition to honoring our student athletes, special awards were presented to seniors and coaches.

Plans for Class of 2022

The members of the Class of 2022 have accomplished so much in their time here, and will continue to impact their world for Christ after graduation. Here is a compilation of their time at Concordia and their plans for next year. If you have any changes to the information posted, please let us know by email at [email protected]

Student recognized for his service at Lutheran Life Villages

Lutheran Life Villages (LLV), faith based, non-profit senior living community, announced today that Ashley Reed, Piper Trail Wellness Coordinator and Alex Dahnke, Concordia Lutheran High School Senior and LLV Business Office Intern, were named award winners at the Leading Age Indiana Spring Conference. LeadingAge Indiana is an association representing not-for-profit services and providers for the elderly.

Seniors recognized for their academic accomplishments

Members of the senior class were recognized tonight for their academic accomplishments. Also, two college scholarships were awarded this evening, the Carl F Gallmeier Memorial Endowed College Scholarship and the Martin Fischer Memorial Scholarship.

May is National Mental Health Awareness Month

Mental Health can be a stigma for many, BUT your emotional well-being should not! All of us, at one point in our lives have had an altered emotional state, and not feeling quite ourselves. Being sad due to a limitation, loss of a loved one, feeling overwhelmed or feelings of not having a purpose can happen to any one of us. No one should feel less of themselves for asking for help. You are brave just by asking.


I think that we can all agree that the end of the 2019-2020 school year was rough. It's safe to say that 2020-2021 was hard, with everyone in masks, everything regimented, anxiety heightened, rules constantly changing, uncertainty, and even losing the perks of eating lunch anywhere in the building. Even after all that, I would have to say that 2021-2022 has been my most challenging year as a teacher.
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