About CLHS

Why Concordia

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)

Administrators: 7

Staff: 26

Student to Faculty Ratio: 14:1

Average Size of Core Classes: 20


The Student Population for 2019-20


Grade 9: 161

Grade 10: 175

Grade 11: 186

Grade 12: 188

TOTAL: 710


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.


The Class of 2019


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)