News and Announcements

Relief Effort for Ukrainian Refugees in Slovakia

Lumi Olejar, from Roznava, Slovakia, was a CLHS student during the 2017-2018 school year when her father, Rev. Jergus Olejar, was doing doctoral studies at Concordia Theological Seminary. Rev. Olejar is requesting your help with ongoing relief work with Ukrainian refugees.

Congratulations to our DECA students

There were over 1,500 DECA students from across the state competing in 49 different business events for the DECA state competition. Approximately 225 students have qualified to represent their respective schools and Indiana at the international DECA competition in Atlanta, Georgia where there will be about 22,000 students competing!


I know in my 25 years teaching that the third quarter is always the toughest quarter for students and teachers. I see and feel the pressures of what needs to be accomplished. The list of things we must do keeps getting longer and our time of rest shorter.

Center of Mass / Faith?

I have an experiment for you to try. Are you ready? Sit all the way back in a straight, hard chair with your feet flat on the ground in front of you. Now, without changing your position or using your hands, try to stand. Can you do it?

Concordia’s Honors Academy welcomes two students for the spring semester

Concordia Lutheran High School would like to congratulate two freshmen on their acceptance into the Honors Academy. Nathan Labahn and Naomi Weber are joining nine other freshmen: Timothy Blackmer, Andrew Bostwick, Evan Gerig, Nathaniel Kemme Nash, Sarah Snyder, Aurora Sommermeyer, Emma Stir, Harper Twomey and Chyim Van Meter.

CLHS ends contact tracing

Beginning Tuesday, February 22, Concordia Lutheran High School will no longer notify families of students who may have been a close contact to a positive COVID-19 case nor will we hold them from attending school.

Concordia welcomes back its first African American graduates

On February 24, 2022, two historical graduates of Concordia Lutheran High School, Peggy Greer Calloway, CLHS Class of 1954, and Richard Ridley Jr., CLHS Class of 1956, will address a student assembly as part of the school’s Black History Month celebrations.
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