Since its beginning in 1935 as a community-based Lutheran high school, Concordia board members and staff have been focused on delivering a quality secondary educational experience in a Christ-centered setting.
Today, 17 area Lutheran churches own and operate Concordia Lutheran High School with that same goal of making a great high school education with a truly Christian perspective available to all students and families in our area.
Concordia promotes Christ-centered educational excellence to all students in the foundation of the LCMS (Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod) Church.
Concordia Administrators, Faculty & Staff:
Faculty: 58 (with 50% with master's degrees)
Student to Faculty Ratio: 14:1
Average Size of Core Classes: 20
Grade 9: 161
Grade 10: 175
Grade 11: 186
Grade 12: 188
Minority Students: 22.64%
While the majority of students come from Lutheran families, Concordia enrolls students from all Christian denominations. Enrollment is open to students from all churches and backgrounds.
Continuing Education: 92%
4-year College: 91%
2-year College: 1%
Core-40 Course Program: 95%
Received an Academics Honors Diploma: 55%
Graduation Rate: 98.86% (Class of 2018)