Registration

Registration 2020-21

We are busy preparing to have our students back in the building this fall, and we are excited to welcome our new freshmen and transfer students.

To make sure that your student is ready for the school year, we are offering our Registration online for the 2020-21 school year (no in-person Registration). Please note the following to-do items for all families (new and returning):

Forms

Please complete the information below. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have cancelled our in-person Registration and moved our information online. Please complete the information below online as much as possible. While we are available for in-person meetings in certain circumstances, we are trying to avoid those as much as possible. Thank you for your understanding. Go Cadets!
Sign your Enrollment Contract and Set up your Payment Plan – Log into OnCampus to complete an Enrollment Contract for each high school student in your family. Your login is the same one that you use to check your student’s grades, and for new families, this is the one that you used in your application process. You will see a banner at the top of your screen that says that you have a contract to sign for your student(s). Make sure and click "no" when it asks if you have a SMART Tuition account. No one does at this point, and this will create that account for you. In the Enrollment Contract, you will set up your payment plan for the year and sign necessary paperwork for the start of the school year. Only one parent needs to sign. If you are having issues with your contract, please contact Carla Davis in the Business Office at (260) 483-1102, ext. 224. If you absolutely need to meet with the Business Office in person, please contact Carla Davis to schedule a personal appointment. **Note: SMART Tuition has replaced FACTS as our tuition management system. 
School Nurse:
 
Emergency Information – All forms for the School Nurse need to be printed and turned in the first day of school, which is August 11 for New Student Orientation and August 12 for all other students. The School Nurse will be available to meet with students during that time. If you have any questions before the start of school, please contact School Nurse Jayne Dwyer-Reff at (260) 483-1102, ext. 235 or jreff@clhscadets.com.
 
The Emergency Information form provides the school nurse with the student’s health-related information as well as outlining policy and consent information. Please include any information that will assist the School Nurse in ensuring your student has a safe and healthy school year.  Please bring a copy of your student's immunization record if you have it as we do not always get an up-to-date one from your previous school. Please forward any updates your student may receive during their time at CLHS. Upon graduation you will receive a complete record to keep forever.

Please also complete (download and print) the CHIRP Release form as it relates to your student's immunization records. 

Other Medical Forms – Please download, print and complete the form below that are relevant to your student. It will enable the School Nurse to better care for your student should an emergency arise. Please know that a copy of this plan will accompany your student on field trips along with a back up emergency medication supply and that an adult on the field trip will have been trained by the School Nurse. Please ensure that your student is taking their own emergency medication on any field trip and keeping with the trained adult or having a conversation with the trained adult. 

For more information or to contact the School Nurse, please click here.

Student Photos – School photos will be taken on August 17-18, 2020. We will send out information regarding plans and dress code for those days. Photos will be pre-ordered online this year by visiting inter-state.com/order with the order code of: 49657VA
 
These will be your yearbook and ID photo as well as the school photos that can be purchased. All students must have their picture taken. 
Home Language Survey – The Indiana Department of Education requires a report annually to identify language minority students. This form must be completed for new freshmen and for new transfer students. Even if your student is a native English speaker, this form must be on record. 
 
The Home Language Survey is only required for upperclass transfer students and all freshmen. 
 
Click here to complete the form online. 
Student Parking Pass – If your student plans to drive to school, you will need to purchase a parking pass. You can purchase your Parking Pass through the Shopping Cart on SMART Tuition. However, if you would rather, you can print and complete this form and turn it in at the Student Services. 
Athletic Passes – Athletic Passes may be purchased through the Shopping Cart on SMART Tuition. However, if you would rather, you may print and complete this form. You need to purchase one pass per family. This form must be turned into the Athletics Office. 
 
The purchase of an athletic pass or punch card is NON-REFUNDABLE. There is the possibility that games or even seasons may be cancelled due to our current pandemic. There is also the possibility that crowd sizes may be reduced in capacity or altogether, meaning that a patron with a pass might be denied access to a game. In any of these cases, there will be NO REFUND for the athletic pass purchased.  
Cadet Athletic Booster Club Membership Form – You may sign up to be an Athletics Booster through the Shopping Cart on SMART Tuition. However, if you would rather, you may print and complete this form. The form is accompanied by a letter explaining what the Booster Club does and the membership levels as well as the benefits. This form should be turned into the Athletics Office. 
Band Booster Form – You may sign up to be a Band Booster through the Shopping Cart on SMART Tuition. However, if you would rather, you may print and complete this form. 
Yearbook Orders – Order your 2021 Luminarian! The special Registration price is $60 (through August 14, 2020). Books may be purchased at Jostens.com. Prices will go up after Online Registration period, but yearbooks will be available to purchase all year long.  
Senior/Student Ads and Business Ads – Each year we celebrate our seniors and students, friends, teams, and local community in the yearbook through our creative advertisement section. Everyone is invited to purchase an advertisement to share their love and affection toward a senior or student, the excitement of a sports team, the joy of a Concordia organization, or the business that you hold so dear.
 
You will be able to buy online at Jostens.com later this fall (Ads will be due at the end of February 2021). For more information, contact awiehe@clhscadets.com
School Volunteer Opportunities – There are many ways that parents, grandparents, alumni and friends can become involved at Concordia. Complete this online form to volunteer for various service opportunities around the school, from judging speech meets to processing mailings and more. You also can volunteer for our annual auction, Cadets in Cadence, by filling out this form
Grandparent Information Form – We welcome the opportunity to keep grandparents involved in the Concordia experience, including participating in our annual Grandparents Day! Please complete this online form so that we can invite your Grandparents to Grandparents Days! (Please note that this is not an RSVP for Grandparents Day). 
Cross Connections – As part of the Health and Wellness Initiative, the Concordia leadership has an agreement with Cross Connections, Inc. to make brief counseling services available to students during the school day. Cross Connections is a biblical counseling agency with ties to many of the churches in the Fort Wayne community. A signed permission slip is needed to receive these counseling services. Click here to sign the form. 
Uniforms – Families may order uniforms for students online at concordia.logoshop.com. Orders must be put in by July 31 to have your order in time for the start of school. 
Books, Lockers, Locks, etc. will be handled during the first week of school.
Student Email, Device Setup, etc. – For technology needs, Mr. Scott Storm will be available for questions during the first week of school. For setup of your student's device and email as well as other technology questions, click here.
Class Schedules – We are in the process of creating student schedules and will send out an email when those are available to view on OnCampus.