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Strong team, strong support: Cross Connections aids in fighting mental health issues in teenagers at CLHS

Remember when you were a student at CLHS? Whether it was five or 50 years ago that you graduated from 1601 St. Joe River Drive, there are things that have changed, things that are the same, and some things that are quite new. Some of the things that changed: completely different faculty, no industrial arts classes, the Worship Conference Center, and every current student was born in the 21st century.
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Why Study Church History?

It’s been an interesting experience teaching Church History to a group of seniors who are at the cuff of graduating. There have been a number of times I’ve been asked, “Why do we need to take this class?” or even more directly “Why does this class matter?”
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Congrats to the Class of 2019

Congrats to the Class of 2019! We have 175 members in the senior class this year. They will honored during graduation at 1 p.m. June 2 at the Historic Embassy Theatre in downtown Fort Wayne. The featured speaker is the Rev. Dr. Joseph P. Gudel, CLHS Director of Campus Ministry.
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Plans for the Class of 2019

The members of the Class of 2019 at Concordia Lutheran High School 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. We are still compiling data from our seniors. If you have any changes, please let us know by email at
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Finishing out the year strong

At this time of the school year we look back at the academic, physical, and spiritual growth each student has experienced — while encouraging each student to finish the school year with strength and resolve. May God’s peace and assurance be with everyone of our students as they prepare and write final exams, and complete class projects for this semester.
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