Just two years ago, an article about the benefits of in-person learning wouldn’t have needed to appear on this blog. Oh, how much the world has changed! The coronavirus has affected the entire world but certainly has caused more decision fatigue and stress in certain groups, such as teachers, school kids, and their families.
Senior Theology teacher Marty Kohlwey always looks forward to the senior retreat each fall, but this year he believes it may be more necessary than ever.
Each year our freshman students start the year off with some class bonding during the freshmen retreat. It's a great way to start the year, form new friendships, and learn what it means to be a LuHi Lion. Since our freshmen recently just got back from their retreat, we thought we would break down the importance of it here!
So many things have changed over the past year and a lot of the processes we operated by have melded into something new. Navigating the world of COVID-19 restrictions has been a challenge for school officials throughout the world. Many students and parents have been dissatisfied with how their district managed things and are looking for alternatives to public school.
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
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.
For this month’s teacher spotlight, we feature Ms. Andersen, our music teacher. She has been teaching at Lutheran High for 5 years.
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.
At Lutheran High, one of our central commitments to our students is to prepare them for college. This takes form in many ways, but includes helping students choose the right school for them. We understand the draw of a major university, but also want to shed light on some of the great community colleges in our state. Let’s first address some of the myths surrounding community college so you can make educated, informed decisions that will shape the rest of your life.