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Christian Education

Why a Christian Worldview Matters
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Worldview Matters

Who am I? Why am I here? Is there hope? Is there truth? Answering these four questions with a Christian worldview is foundational for our students to be ready for the rest of their lives.

I&O - Ep9


Why Choose Christian Ed?

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 faith preparation is valuable far beyond academic preparation for college and careers.

Download our ebook talking through 3 points of why you should consider a Christian school.

3 Reasons for Christian Ed

Worldview Matters

LuHi mom, Mrs Luplow, shares her daughter's faith walk story. Confidence is deeply rooted in a foundation of knowing who you are, that you are cared for, and that adults have spent time investing in you before leaving home to attend college.

I&O - Ep19


God has a hand in everything within Lutheran. You can see it in the teachers, in the environment, and in the culture - it is so present. – Chase Campbell, Class of 2019


Our student body meets for chapel three times a week to celebrate our salvation through Jesus’ death and resurrection. We worship through music, hear God’s Word proclaimed, and listen to a message given by a teacher, the Worship Class, or special guest. It’s powerful and unifying to worship together as a community in Christ.

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Theology Classes

Students take one year of Theology each year of high school:

– Freshmen: Old Testament
– Sophomores: New Testament
– Juniors: Study of World Religion, Apologetics
– Seniors: Theology IV - focused on identity in Christ, studying world-views, and preparation for life as a Christian after graduation

Students can also participate in Worship Class if they are interested in leading Chapels. To learn more about the Theology Curriculum, click here.



Thrive exists to encourage, empower, and equip students to love, serve, and care for the people around them in response to God’s amazing love. Students learn practical ways to be Jesus to the hurting community around them.

The vision of Thrive is as follows:

  • Fellowship and growth in faith outside of class
  • Encouragement in dealing with the struggles of high school
  • Training in leadership
  • Development of communication skills (listening and understanding)
  • Training in conflict resolution
  • Discussions on assertiveness–not aggression or passive-aggression
  • How to pray for others and care for them; how to be a good friend and make good friends
Thrive meets monthly for worship, prayer, and small group time.
"Here, at Lutheran, your teachers push you to develop your own relationship with God. They are all so passionate about sharing God’s love and that truly has changed my life and it’s my favorite thing about LuHi.” – Gabrielle Moseley, Class of 2018