News and Announcements

Support Concordia families impacted by COVID-19

On April 28, we will host a “Cadet Day of Caring” where we are asking for your gifts and prayers to support our Emergency Relief Fund. Gifts to this fund will go to provide assistance for tuition, fees, and related Concordia educational expenses to Concordia families in need during the 2019-20 and 2020-21 school years.
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What do we do now?

What do we do now? How do we get back to where we were? What is the new “normal”? Will I always feel this anxious? How will I ever get do overs for all the things I have missed?
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CLHS Semester 2 Grading for Remote Learning

Congratulations to our students and teachers who have completed four weeks of Remote Learning at Concordia. As a community, we celebrate and applaud the commitment our teachers and students are exercising daily in Remote Learning. We continue as a community of learners in Christ with our Remote Learning program through May 21, to complete this school year.
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Enjoy the ‘green’ while you stay at home

Even as we are sheltering at home, hunkering down, and often feeling stagnant, fresh green life is emerging and growing with the warming temperatures and lengthening days. Normally, at this time of year, my environmental science students would be gearing up to give tours to grade school classes in Concordia’s Our Creator’s Classroom (OCC). We would be clearing paths, patrolling for invasive species, prepping the raised garden beds, deciding what plants to add to the rose garden, and practicing the lessons that the students would teach.
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Remote Learning plan for the remainder of 2019-20

As you know, we will be continuing Remote Learning through the remainder of the 2019-20 school year. Through the work of CLHS Administrators and Department Leaders, we would like to share the calendar and plan, especially for how it affects graduating seniors.
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Students, nominate a senior for the Barnabas Award

The Class of 1986 established the Barnabas Award to be annually presented to a member of the current senior class. Barnabas was a supporter and fellow missionary with St. Paul. “Barnabas” means “encourager” and that is what he was. His mission and ministry was to be of service to his fellowman. He lived his faith and was dedicated to bolstering and encouraging others in theirs. His actions spoke clearly of what he professed to be.
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Student recognized with national art award

As of this week one of our own students, junior Sarai Jeronimo, received word that she won a National Medal for her photography work. Only 3,000 works receive a National Medal, which places her within the top 1% of all submissions! We are so proud of Sarai and wanted to take this opportunity to share in congratulating her on her amazing accomplishment.
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Governor announces school closed through remainder of year

Today, Governor Holcomb made the announcement that Indiana schools will be closed for the remainder of the school year. We understand that this news is sad, especially for our seniors.  We are certainly in uncharted territory but we are working to answer what this will mean for the rest of the semester, especially for graduation and graduation requirements. We will continue to provide updates as we receive written guidance from the Indiana Department of Education in light of this situation.
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