We Made it! I wonder if these words were ever uttered by Mary and Joseph as they came up on their end of their travels to Bethlehem? I wonder if the journey that they had been on was wearing them down, to the point where they were just happy to have a break! Perhaps the relief of getting to the destination was just filling up their hearts.
News and Announcements
As the year draws to a close and we begin to look at 2021, I have been reflecting on our theater program and how this year certainly looked different than we anticipated a year ago.
A Concordia Lutheran High School student was awarded the prestigious 2021 Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship this morning. The Community Foundation of Greater Fort Wayne awarded senior Chastity Craig with a full-ride scholarship to any four-year Indiana college or university.
We are sad to announce that Concordia will not be doing a March for Life trip this January because of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the March is still happening, and the Right to Life of Northeast Indiana has information to help you plan your own trip.
One Concordia Lutheran High School student has already gotten in the Christmas spirit by taking on a service project in the Fort Wayne community.
Hello Cadets! It’s that time of year where we are starting up the CLHS Table Tennis Club.
Advent is a time of waiting…anticipation. This year we have been waiting for a number of things. The end of the COVID-19 pandemic and the long awaited arrival of a vaccine. The end of wearing masks or social distancing. The opportunity to be with family and friends without fear of spreading the illness.
After more than five months away from the building, Concordia students returned to school on Aug. 13 with smiles on their faces as well as masks.
Beginning this summer, Concordia upgraded the Zollner Athletic Complex with new field turf on the football field, a brand new track, resurfaced tennis courts, and a new scoreboard with LED display and video capabilities.
On Jan. 25, some of Concordia’s talented thespians competed in a statewide theater competition. The thespian troupe was performing the play “Being Good Places,” an original play written and directed by CLHS teacher Laura Bohnke.