Getting students into the university and program of their choice is important to Lutheran High. We work with students individually to ensure they are prepared for college and adulthood.
2019 LuHi Grads were offered $5,301,080 in college merit scholarships over four years. This averaged out to be over $51,400 per student.
As important as impressive test scores and honors classes are, we place a high value on developing life skills such as conflict resolution, time management, and effective communication. Our goal is to develop the full person.
LuHi Student Average ACT, top 25%: 31
LuHi Student Average SAT, top 25%: 1356
LuHi's ACT/SAT test & college application code: LHS CEEB CODE - 060-417
Guidance Counselor: Denise Noffze
email@example.com, (303) 841-5551 ext 212
Assistant Guidance Counselor: Jenny Quinlan
Each Junior is assigned a one-on-one College Advisor. The Advisor acts as a personal guide to walk with students through the college search and application process. Juniors have 4 meetings with their Advisors throughout the year to discuss:
Each Senior will meet with Ms. Noffze & their College Advisor 3-4 times during the first semester. Additional meetings will take place throughout the second semester to ensure the path to college is as smooth as possible. During these meetings, you will discuss college acceptance letters, financial aid packages, transcript needs, and any additional questions you have.
ACT and SAT test prep
Juniors get 18 hours of test prep from College Drive to further prepare them for the tests they will send off to colleges.
LuHi has a 100% graduation rate. Ninety-six percent of LuHi graduates attend four-year colleges and universities across the country. The remaining 4% of LuHi grads attend two-year colleges, join the military, or begin their careers.
An impressive 29% of LuHi seniors were accepted to Top 100 Universities as rated by US News Magazine. In the past five years, LuHi grads have been accepted to Top 100 Universities including:
English = 4.5 credits
Math = 3 credits
Science = 2 credits
Social Science = 3 credits
Physical Education = 2 credits
Fine Arts = 1 credit
Practical Arts = 1/2 credit
Electives = 8 credits