Congratulations to the Class of 2018 for their graduation from Concordia Lutheran High School. Many thanks to the worship leaders, speakers, instrumentalists, and A Cappella Choir for their participation. God’s blessings to each of our graduates and their parents as they continue their walk with Christ in their next and exciting steps.
As Principal, I have the honor of seeing the huge smile of each graduate as they hear their name announced and walk across the stage to receive their diploma. A smile of joy, of satisfaction, of acceptance, of what they have accomplished. Three of our graduates (Abbey Brennan, Ben Loshe, and Hannah Koch) spoke during the Graduation ceremony about their past high school experiences with friends and teachers, their ongoing growth in Christ during their four years at Concordia, and of the promise that God is with them always as their journey continues with Christ at the Center.
Students and parents may view their Semester 2 Report Cards via Concordia’s OnCampus app. Please contact the school office if you need login assistance, or the course teacher if you have questions about a specific class.
Summer may be a quiet time and also an exciting time filled with events for family and friends. A couple of summer activities Concordia recommends for families include:
Camps - Sports Camps. Fine Arts Camps. Academic Camps. Concordia is buzzing with activity as hundreds of elementary and middle school students are engaged with Concordia faculty, coaches, and students throughout the summer through the large variety of camps and activities at the school. Please join us and spread the word to your friends and neighbors. Click here to learn more.
College Planning - Seniors of the 2019 Class are encouraged to begin/continue writing essays for their college applications. This gives the student time for feedback from their counselor before the application is due. College Counseling Consultant, Mr. Sharig Shemmassian, offers a few more thoughts about college application for parents here. Mr. Shemmassian also writes thoughtfully and with experience about the 8 main pieces of the college admissions puzzle.