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The LuHi Blog

Dan Gehrke

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How LuHi is Keeping Students Engaged During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Lutheran High School is with the majority of schools across the country that has switched to remote schooling. Currently, the official end date for Colorado’s stay-at-home order is April 30th, but these orders may be extended at any time if there’s no real change in the spread of the virus. Obviously, our top priority is the health and safety of our students, faculty, families, and wider community. It’s potential that all students will finish out their current school year from home.


How LuHi’s Core Values Prepare Students to Flourish Beyond High School

Statistics prove that success beyond high school is more elusive than you might expect. 69.7% of high school graduates enroll in college, according to the Bureau of Labor’s most recent statistics. While that may seem high, statistics also show that 30% of students dropout of college their first year. Also, fewer students are choosing to attend a 4-year college. 


Interview with Dan Gehrke, Executive Director of LuHi

It’s been about two years since we sat down with you and asked some questions. Is the timing right to do this again?

Absolutely. I enjoy a forum to speak candidly about the big picture of Lutheran High School and all the things we are currently working on.


Greater Impact: Phase 2 underway!

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.


Greater Impact: What makes a high school great?

If you’ve begun the hunt for the right high school, then you’ve asked yourself (and probably your five closest friends), “What makes a high school great?” And maybe more specifically, “What makes a high school great for my kid?”


Greater Impact: Why consider Christian Ed for your student?

Christian Education is valuable beyond small class sizes, opportunities for involvement, and personal relationships with teachers and coaches.

The goal of many - if not all - Christian schools is to prepare students to continue to grow in their relationship with Jesus far beyond high school and be well equipped to explain and defend their faith. The importance of this faith preparation is valuable far beyond academic preparation for college and careers.


Greater Impact: An Update on Phase 2

Dear Lutheran High School Family,

Recently we published a video praising our God and thanking our donors for making Phase 1 of Greater Impact a reality. We designed Phase 1 as it was to address a need. We desperately needed new turf, and the lights add both practice time and rental income for our programs.


Greater Impact: Why the Academies are Enhancing Student Learning

A couple of years ago the leadership at Lutheran High School pondered the question: "What can we do for our academically motivated students to provide them an advantage for life after high school?"


Annual Report and a Change to the 16-17 Bell Schedule

Dear Lutheran High School Family,

Our 2015-2016 fiscal year came to an end on June 30th, and I wrapped up the school year with a State of the School presentation on June 28. I wanted to extend a huge thank you to those who took the time to attend and listen to the presentation. You can view the presentation from that evening here. The presentation presents that annual report, gives a summary of the 15-16 school year, and paints some vision for the future.


Greater Impact - A Look Inside, Pt 5: Talented Teachers Make All the Difference

We are that generation of parents that wants the absolute best for our kids and will move mountains to make that happen. Colorado has so many options for high school, I'm sure the task at hand can seem daunting. You have to be asking yourself, "What is the best environment for my kid?" Whether you choose Lutheran High School as your home or not, I appreciate that you included us in your process of finding a high school.


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