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JROTC hosts inaugural Raiders Meet

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.

From the School Nurse - November 2015

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.

CLHS students recognized with Wendy’s High School Heisman Awards

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.

Cadet honored with Legion of Valor Cross

JROTC Cadet Mitchel Scott, a senior at Concordia Lutheran High School, was recognized today, Oct. 26, with the prestigious Legion of Valor Cross for Outstanding Achievement in the Junior Reserve Officers Training Program.

From the Principal-October 2015

Amen Doesn’t Mean Goodbye…

When I was growing up and learning about prayer, I imagined my time with God as a brief conversation. I would close my eyes and bow my head, and talk to him, about all kinds of stuff. When we prayed together as a family, I imagined all of us sitting there, talking to God, whether it was at dinner time, before bed, or during a “family meeting” when we talked about big events occurring in the family. Each time, when I, or whomever was praying, said, “Amen”, I would open my eyes and it felt as if I was saying, “Goodbye” to God, until next time I prayed. Actually, I remember thinking as I grew up, that Amen must have meant “goodbye for now”…

From the School Nurse - October 2015

Do I have a great deal for you!!! Your student and your family (age 11 and up) can get a Flu Shot at Concordia Lutheran High School for FREE! We offer you the convenience of not having to fit one more thing into your and your student’s schedule.

772 students to volunteer during Service Day

Concordia's entire body (all 772 students) will take to the streets on Friday, Oct. 9 to give back to the community. CLHS' annual Service Day is one of the many ways that we use to instill a servant's heart in our students.
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