Teachers spend their summers laying on their couches playing Fortnite, right? Not quite. After spending about 275 days with you, their wonderful students, they need to make up for lost time! Many teachers travel, but summer is also a time to catch up on work and further their teaching skills.
What have you been up to since you graduated from Lutheran High?
After graduating from Denver Lutheran High School in 2001, I attended Concordia University in Nebraska (CUNE) and graduated in 2005 with a BA in Math and Business, minoring in Actuarial Science. After that I attended graduate school in Statistics at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL), graduating with my MS in 2007 and my PhD in 2010.
It’s finally here - the first part of Greater Impact Phase 2 is beginning! God has seen fit to provide the vision and the funding for us to gain four classroom spaces for the beginning of the 2018-2019 school year.
What do liquid nitrogen, Vex Robots, and perennial state bound coaches have in common? The Lutheran Lions Summer Camps! Lutheran High School offers a great variety of summer camps throughout the summer to accommodate your son or daughter’s interests and busy schedules.
Research by The Barna Group says the #1 thing a college student can do to keep their faith strong is to join an on-campus Christian club. You can find out about those at "club week" usually held the first week of college. Take personal responsibility for your faith. Join one. – Mr. John Rinks
LuHi has been looking for a mascot to rally around since the consolidation of DLHS and LHSP. With the focus being on the L logo since the merger, we are excited to add a lion logo to the LuHi Brand.
I encourage families to find a school that aligns with the values taught at home. Partnership to reinforce family values can be a variety of things in day to day school life:
"I've been so busy. I needed that." Pastor Aaron Kotila, Pastor of Trinity Lutheran, Nashville