A group of 70 Concordia Lutheran High School students will lead the “March for Life” in Washington, D.C., later this month in support of pro-life.
News and Announcements
Can you hear them? Do you see them? They are coming! Those wonderful, special, endearing, stressful, pressure filled, exhausting, and expensive holidays. We love them. We hate them.
Merry Christmas! What a great time of year as we prepare to celebrate the birth of our Savior. It’s an awesome thing to be able to point all things toward Christ, and in a season that is full of joy, peace and love, we know full well who is the originator of all of those things!
Concordia Lutheran High School announces the call for entries to the first-ever Concordia Comedy Festival. Area students in middle and high school are invited to submit their comedy videos from sketches to parodies to interviews and everything in between.
For decades, Concordia Lutheran High School has been gathering and donating gifts to the Christmas Bureau for children in need. This year, 37 families (131 individuals in all) will benefit from the many donations from students, faculty and staff.
Ring in the holiday season with Concordia Lutheran High School’s annual Christmas at the Embassy at 4 p.m. Dec. 13 at the Historic Embassy Theatre.
Being a JROTC cadet is easier than ever after the creation of an app by Concordia Lutheran High School seniors Reese Breischaft and Collin Peterson.
On Nov. 14, the JROTC Cadet Battalion hosted its inaugural JROTC Raider Meet. Cadets from all over the state of Indiana competed in rigorous competition inspired by the warrior spirit of the U.S. Army. Ten well-trained Raider Teams met on the field of battle at CLHS’ Zollner Stadium to test their metal in the following physically demanding events: Rock Wall 5X Relay, Litter Run, PT Test (Push up & Sit up), Tire Flip, Marksmanship, Ammo Can Relay 5x100, and a 4 Mile Ruck Sack Run.
As we move into our homes after being outside and more active for the summer, we also change up our eating styles a bit. During the summer we enjoyed all the wonderful fresh fruits and vegetables, and it was easier to eat healthier. As fall and winter come about, we tend to lean a little more toward heartier fare and comfort food which may mean more processed food.
Concordia Lutheran High School seniors James Dixie and Addison Gepfert were recently named School Winners for the prestigious Wendy’s® High School Heisman® Award which highlights exceptional high school seniors and their achievements in the classroom, on the field and in the community.