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Class of ‘04

I love athletics. Coaching basketball and being involved in athletics have always been a passion of mine. I enjoy watching our students prepare and compete on the court/field/track and play with a passion that is unmatched. Concordia is such a unique place because students have the opportunity to play and excel in multiple sports because of our small size. This is one of the reasons I think we are able to be so competitive when we compete against many schools that have a larger population then we do.

Faculty Spotlight: Mr. Mark Dolde

Mr. Mark Dolde is a Math & Theology Instructor at CLHS and the Koinonia Coordinator. He is a 1990 graduate of the high school and proudly has a house-full of Cadets with wife Rebekah ('91), son John ('14), daughters Tirzah ('16) and Ruth ('24) all being graduates or current students.

History behind our gym floor replacement

This summer we are replacing our gym floor ,which was constructed in 1963, with a brand new gym floor.  I would like to enlighten you with a brief history of the CLHS gym. Phil Amt, a 1964 alumnus, fondly informed me about our past gym usage that I was unaware of.

Two graduated seniors receive BLAST inaugural scholarship

B.L.A.S.T., the Black Lutheran Alumni Scholarship Team, has announced its inaugural scholarship recipients. Concordia Lutheran High School 2022 graduates Dontrell Johnson and Mahelat Lee received the Trailblazer Award scholarship on Monday, June 19 during the national Juneteenth celebration in Fort Wayne, IN. Dontrell will receive $1,000 and Mahelat will receive $500.

Alumni Spotlight: Drew Bordner '17

Drew Bordner, Class of 2017, is currently working as a full-time welder. One of his favorite memories at Concordia was winning the first state championship for football in school history in 2016.
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