<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=561008724262310&amp;ev=PageView&amp;noscript=1">
LuHi_08269

The LuHi Blog

Devotion: Choose Your Own Adventure

Have you ever read those fun “choose your own adventure” books? You, the reader, get to be the main character and are led to a variety of crossroads. Instead of reading a story with a predetermined outcome, you get to flip the pages to whatever path you choose, and design the trajectory of your adventure.

READ MORE

Teacher Spotlight: Megan Obermueller

This month’s Teacher Spotlight features Megan Obermueller who has been teaching Spanish at Lutheran High School for six years. Read on to learn more about her and why she chose to make LuHi her home.

READ MORE

Devo: The gold in the middle of the rainbow

As a kid, did you ever want to shimmy up a shiny rainbow and slide down to the pot of gold at the other end? It’s one of the imaginary adventures of a child’s lifetime. It can be disappointing when you grow up a little and learn that a rainbow is actually an optical illusion. But if you dig a little deeper into the science of rainbows, the truth is even more valuable than gold.

READ MORE

10 Signs Your Teenager is Stressed

Did you know that teens often undergo more stress than adults? It’s a shocking but true reality found in a study conducted by the American Psychological Association. In today’s blog post, we’ve compiled a helpful list of ten signs of stress you should watch for in your teen.

READ MORE

Teacher Spotlight: Marty Kohlwey, Director of Campus Ministry

This time around, we had a chat with Mr. Kohlwey. The youngest of 4 siblings (by 8 years), he grew up just outside Milwaukee, WI and spent time helping on his uncle’s nearby farm. He has always had a passion for basketball, playing as a child and coaching as an adult. Mr. Kohlwey earned his BS in Secondary Education, majoring in Theology and Coaching after graduating from Milwaukee Lutheran High School. Shortly after completing his undergraduate studies, he and his wife were married. They relocated to Rockford, IL where Mr. Kohlwey became the Spiritual Life Director and head boy’s basketball coach at Rockford Lutheran High School - all while furthering his own education. He earned his Masters degree in Family Life Education in 1998. At that time, the Kohlweys moved to Seward, NE and he spent the next 18 years as an instructor and coach at Concordia University. Here are a few questions we asked of Mr. Kohlwey to learn more about him after his first 5 years at LuHi.

READ MORE

Why Volunteering is Important for Students

For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith - and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God - not by works, so that no one can boast. – Ephesians 2:8-9

READ MORE

Infographic: What factors matter for college acceptance?

Factors that play into admission decisions for colleges are discussed in detail in the 2019 State of College Admissions report. Chapter 3 of this document looks at various variables that go into a high school senior's application, ranging from GPA to extracurricular activities, and the weight each variable has on the college admissions decision.

READ MORE

Devo: Hearing God's Voice

How do you recognize your coach’s voice?

READ MORE

Teacher Spotlight: Rachel Andersen

For this month’s teacher spotlight, we feature Ms. Andersen, our music teacher. She has been teaching at Lutheran High for 5 years.

READ MORE

3 Ways to Help Your Kid Deal With Anxiety and Stress

It’s no secret that levels of anxiety and stress are rising in teens. According to the National Institute of Health, nearly 1 in 3 adolescents age 13-18 will experience an anxiety disorder.

READ MORE

Most Popular Posts

Most Recent Posts