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A Message from the Director

From Dan Gehrke, Executive Director

A friend of mine once told me, "Lutherans are committed to receiving God's love, God's Word, and God's forgiveness.  We get it. We share it. And we leave the world a better place."

A Lutheran high school has the same mission.  You can find Lutheran high schools all over the country, all committed to the same thing: being academically excellent schools that God uses to transform the lives of others through Jesus Christ.

Jesus said in John 10:27-28 - "My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me.  I give them eternal life, and they will never perish, and no one will snatch them out of my hand."

Jesus knows us.  And that same love and salvation that He extends to us through His death and resurrection is the same salvation that is proclaimed daily in our Lutheran high schools across the country.

Jesus knows us and in turn, a Lutheran high school knows and loves its students. The relationships formed at a Lutheran high school become the foundation for both academic excellence and spiritual encouragement. Lutheran high schools are communities of people dedicated to having a conversation about what God has done for us through His son Jesus Christ.  Those communities are then the perfect compliment to families and churches who value both reaching the lost and raising up Christian kids to become spiritual champions.

And that is why the environment of a Lutheran high school makes an instant connection with Christian families. One need not be a Lutheran to attend a Lutheran high school.  The core tenants of "grace alone," "faith alone," "Scripture alone" found in Lutheran theology and doctrine by their very nature resonate with all people in search of the truth.  They also draw in non-Christians who are seeking answers to the greater questions of life.

Indeed, Lutheran high school communities leave the world a better place.

Over the past three years, ninety-four percent of all LHS grads move on to the college/university level.Please see the complete list of all colleges and universities where our graduates have attended in the attached document below!


Annual Reports

Seeking Additional Board Members

The Colorado Lutheran High School Association is seeking five additional board members.  Specifically, we are looking for non-current parents who may have an expertise in the following areas:

  • Loans,
  • Non-profit operating and structure,
  • Marketing
  • and public relations.  
Download the attached file below for more information.

CLHSA Board Member Appeal 2015
Lutheran High School Annual Report - April 2014
Lutheran High School Annual Report - June 2016

Alumni

Mrs. Cheryl Cattau is the Alumni Coordinator for Lutheran High School. She can be reached at the Association office at 303-934-8611. Please update Cheryl with current contact information and exciting life news at cheryl.cattau@lhsparker.org.

Alumni News

  • Emily Knippenberg, Valparaiso University/Christ College (class of 2016) and LuHi graduate (class of 2012), writes about discovering her vocation as she studies to become a nurse. Read the full article here.

  • Nathan King, Valparaiso University (class of 2015) and LuHi graduate (class of 2011), was honored with an internship in the White House. Read the full article here.

Do you have Alumni News to share? Email it to hannah.buchholz@lhsparker.org!

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