Building Security/Before and After School Supervision
The buildings are open for use before and after school, but only for necessary purposes (early or late transportation, meetings, practices). Once the school day has started, the Cadet Drive entrances are locked and all students and visitors must enter through the front entrance. The front door is locked during school hours. The activity wing is open from 7:15 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The academic wing is open from 7:15 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. except on A Days when the academic wing is not open until 8:25 a.m. Students are not permitted to remain in the building after this time unless they are supervised. All after-school and evening activities must be under the supervision of faculty members, club sponsors, and/or team coaches. Parents of students arriving early or staying late because of transportation arrangements should obtain permission from the Dean of Student Success. Failure to behave appropriately results in the cancellation of this privilege.
Career Internship Program
The Career Internship Program is a chance for seniors to “test the waters” of an undecided career choice before going into college. The course may be one or two semesters and is designed to provide opportunities for students to explore careers that require additional degrees or certification beyond high school. Students receive hands on work experience that extends far beyond a day of job shadowing.
Students receive one Core 40/Academic Honors credit per semester for completing a minimum of 70 hours of workplace experience along with additional classroom requirements.
Change of Address/Other Information
Directory and Yearbook Information
Distribution of Information in School
Lost and Found
Concordia offers Christ-centered educational excellence equipping all students for lifelong learning and service as disciples of Jesus Christ. The Honors Academy was initiated during the 2014-2015 school year by involving freshmen who desire the opportunity to set themselves apart both through academics and leadership. The Honors Academy is rooted in the following areas: academic discovery, leadership developments, creative processing, in depth community service and academic recognition. Click here to see requirements for entry.
National Honor Society
Seclusion and Restraint
Student Portrayal Policy
Dances are scheduled for the enjoyment of all Concordia students. To make the dances more enjoyable for all CLHS students, the Student Council has established the following procedures:
- If guests are allowed at the dances, the host CLHS student must complete a guest pass form prior to purchasing the dance ticket.
- A CLHS student may only bring one (1) guest.
- Must be a current high school student OR
- A college student not over the age of 20
- Be prepared to show school ID or driver’s license
- Guest must be of opposite gender
- Guests and students should dance in a way that is in keeping with Christian philosophy. Couples may only dance close together if facing one another. If guests and students do not adhere to this policy, they will be asked to leave the dance and they will not receive a refund.
- Parents will be contacted if student doesn’t arrive within 90 minutes of the start time.
- The “goodnight rule” means that once a student has left the building, s/he is not permitted to return. Students should remember that dances generally end at 11:00 p.m. and parents must pick them up promptly at that time.
Dance and Dress Behavior
The dress and behavior stated below is in effect for all dances sponsored by CLHS.
- Skirts and dresses must fall to the knee. Dresses must be modest and cover the bust of young women.
- Tops must be modest. No tank tops, torn tops or tops which reveal the bust.
- Young men must wear a suit jacket or tuxedo to the semi-formal dances (Christmas, Prom, etc.)
- The school administration may amend this dress code to fit a “theme dance”.
- The “GANG DRESS/BEHAVIOR” rules are in effect for all dances.
- Dancing “back to front” or “bump and grind dancing” will not be allowed. Students participating will be asked to leave the dance.
- Random testing for alcohol will be done at all CLHS dances and violators will be dealt with according to school policy.
Concordia is proud of the record its athletic teams have made in the past, and the trophy cases are evidence of some fine teams. Coaches, players and spectators all help to make a successful season. Season passes at special student rates are available from the athletic director. Students are encouraged to take advantage of the special price by purchasing season tickets. Detailed information for athletes is available from the athletic director.Eligibility for IHSAA Athletics
In order to be eligible to compete in athletics, a student must have received at least six credits the previous quarter and be currently enrolled in courses yielding at least six credits. Since some courses give partial credits, it is wise for athletes to carry a minimum of six (6) credit classes in order to avoid potential problems. In addition, any student representing Concordia in any extra-class activity shall conduct himself in a manner in keeping with the policies of the school. His behavior shall exhibit Christian conduct. The welfare of the student and the good name of the school are always prime considerations in any matter of eligibility. Since the Indiana High School Athletic Association eligibility rules are very stringent, students who participate in athletics should check with their coach and the athletic director concerning any questions about eligibility.
Concordia Lutheran High School interscholastic athletics provide opportunities for our students and spectators to give visible evidence that Concordia is a school With Christ at the Center. Following these suggestions at pep sessions and athletic events will enable all to enjoy our athletic contests:
- Remember that the student spectator represents his school the same as does the athlete.
- Recognize that the honor of the Concordia Cadets is more important than any game won by unfair play.
- Never hiss or boo a player or an official.
- Let others know that you do not approve of any abusive remarks from any spectators.
- Accept all decisions of officials without question.
- Recognize and applaud an exhibition of fine play or good sportsmanship on the part of the visiting team.
- Consider all athletic opponents as guests and treat them with all the courtesy due friends and visitors.
- Spectators may not leave the building/stadium and then return to the game/event.
REMEMBER – LOSE OR WIN - SPORTSMANSHIP IS IN!