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"The reason we sent our kids to LuHi was because of the staff. Each of my kids were treated with such care and guidance. The care and Christian love was evident in your teaching and all the many extras you do each day. Lutheran's identity, for us, is its teachers and staff. That is what sets this high school apart from others in our state." – Steve and Ann Hazel, former LuHi parents

Learn more about the admissions process

Ready to apply? Besides an application, the admissions process also requires teacher recommendations, a placement test, transcripts, and more. But don't worry, we have resources and checklists to help you streamline the process. And as always, our Admissions Team is here to help.

Learn about the   Admissions Process


Students Thrive

Listen to Executive Director, Dan Gehrke, talk about how "surviving high school" isn't how we do things around here. Surrounding students with adults who care, an environment where culture matters, and a Christian worldview will make all the difference.


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Tuition Assistance

Finding the best school to academically nurture and challenge your children is critical to their success. For many families, paying for that academic investment in their children is a major stressor.

Financial barriers should not prevent you from making the best decision for your children’s futures. Here at LuHi, we offer tuition assistance to help make a Christian education more affordable for families. In fact, 60% of our students receive some form of tuition assistance.

Applying for tuition assistance is simple and streamlined to remove as much stress as possible for parents. Learn more about the tuition assistance process here.

Learn more about the  tuition assistance process.

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"I absolutely adore the students, faculty, and environment that LuHi provides. The close, nurturing feel of the school allows me to feel loved and welcomed. There is not a moment that goes by that I regret my decision of becoming a Lutheran Lion!"
- Maddie Sauerbreit, class of 2018