That mission is to utilize the relaxing nature of the Comfort Dog and bring a bit of stress relief and peace to people struggling with grief or disaster as well as rejoicing in those events that are uplifting. He also is an outreach tool to share God’s Word and pray with others.
News and Announcements
Congratulations to Concordia's HOSA chapter who received honors in the state competition.
Amy (Carter) Schultz is a member of the Class of 1986. Read more about her life since graduation in our Q&A.
Concordia Lutheran High School honored 87 seniors tonight, April 18, with honors for their work in academic through department awards and scholarships. Students were also honored for receiving an Academic Honors Diploma at graduation.
Mr. Brian Loesel is a Science Teacher and JV Boys Basketball Coach at Concordia. He was also named the Lutheran Education Association’s 2021 Outstanding New Lutheran Secondary Educator Award. Read more about his time at Concordia in our Q&A.
Spring is always a beautiful time. Forgotten bulbs send up their leaves. Perennials reemerge like faithful friends. Dry twigs send out fresh shoots.
Americans tend to be “U.S.-Centric.” We like to think that we have it best, that we are the dominant world player, and all others need to conform to the U.S. … that we are the center of it all. Despite this centrist attitude, there are tremendous benefits in developing a level of fluency in a language besides English.
We are excited to announce the new Concordia Scholars for the 2021-22 school year. These students have applied to be incoming freshmen.
Mike Eshbach has been named the new Head Football Coach at Concordia Lutheran High School.
For this month's Alumni Spotlight, we wanted to feature a woman who had such a large impact on the Concordia community, Nancy (Smith) Murphy, Class of 1954.