Congrats to the Class of 2018! We have 178 members in the senior class this year. They will honored during graduation at 1 p.m. May 27 at the Historic Embassy Theatre in downtown Fort Wayne. The featured speaker is the Rev. Dr. Naomichi Masaki. Click here for information about graduation and end-of-the-year activities for seniors.
This year's graduation is being professionally videotaped by On the Spot Productions. The graduation will be videotaped in its entirety, featuring close-ups of graduates receiving their diplomas. Click here to purchase your DVD, Blu-ray or Flash Drive. Your order will be mailed directly to your home within two weeks of graduation. The service will also be live-streamed. The link to watch will be posted on the CLHS Facebook page once the event gets closer. You do not need to have a Facebook account to watch.
The members of the Class of 2018 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. Please Note: We are still gathering information from our seniors. Please check back over the next week for updates. If you have any changes to the information posted, please let us know by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Miss Hannah Koch, Valedictorian
Miss Hannah Koch, daughter of Gene and Krista Koch, plans to attend the University of Notre Dame to study psychology. She attends Peace Lutheran Church and graduated from Lutheran South Unity School. At Concordia, she has been involved in basketball, volleyball, A Cappella choir, Chamber Choir, Student Council, Honors Academy, National Honor Society, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. At the Senior Honors Awards, she was recognized with the AP Calculus Award. She is a National Merit Semifinalist and will receive an Academic Honors Diploma.
Miss Abbey Brennan, Salutatorian
Miss Abbey Brennan, daughter of Jeff and Noelle Brennan, plans to attend Taylor University where she will be studying exercise science and running track and field and cross country. She attends Suburban Bethlehem Lutheran Church and graduated from the grade school. At Concordia, she has been involved in track and field, cross country, soccer, basketball, National Honor Society, Honors Academy, Student Council, and the Pro-Life Club. She attended the March for Life in Washington, D.C. and participated in the GAPP Exchange Program. She will receive an Academic Honors Diploma.
Mr. Benjamin Loshe, Salutatorian
Mr. Benjamin Loshe, son of Dale and Michelle Loshe, plans to attend Purdue University to study engineering. He attends Emanuel Lutheran Church in New Haven and graduated from Central Lutheran School. At Concordia, he has been involved in soccer, National Honor Society, Honors Academy, Concordia Scholars, Pro Life Club, Anthony Wayne Junior Rotarian, Techfest, Spain Homestay Program, intramural volleyball, Peer Ministry, Peer Tutoring, and basketball. At the Senior Honors Awards, he was recognized with the English Department Award and the AP Statistics Award. He will receive an Academic Honors Diploma.