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March 4 - 10

  • 5

    Parent-Teacher Conferences 5:30-8PM

  • 7

    Girls Soccer vs Wheat Ridge (JV/V) 4:30/6:30PM

  • 7

    Lacrosse @ Windsor (JV/V) 4:30/6:30PM

  • 8

    Musical (PACE Center)

  • 8

    Third Quarter Ends

  • 8

    Track & Field @ Palmer (JV) *Garry Berry Stadium 11AM

  • 8

    Boys Basketball vs Resurrection Christian (Denver Coliseum) 4PM

  • 9

    Musical (PACE Center)

  • 9

    Baseball @ Northfield (C) 11/1:30PM

  • 9

    Baseball @ Monarch (D) 1PM

  • 9

    Baseball @ Cherry Creek (JV) 2PM

  • 9

    Lacrosse @ ThunderRidge (JV) 3:30PM

  • 9

    Lacrosse @ ThunderRidge (V) *Halftime Help Stadium 7PM

  • 9

    Track & Field @ Jeffco Stadium (V) TBD

  • 10

    Musical (PACE Center)

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Attendance Information

If your student will be arriving late, leaving early, leaving school for an appointment, or absent (due to illness, family vacation, or other reasons) please email attendance@lhsparker.org or call the front office at 303-841-5551 ext 204 before 7:30 that morning. Students should come to the office after first period to pick up their passes to get out of class and off campus. For additional details, please refer to the Student-Parent Handbook.

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Schedule changes

Fall semester: After schedules are live, students have until the first full week of school to request schedule changes.

Spring semester: Schedules for the second semester are made live after Thanksgiving break. Schedule changes can be requested from then until the first Friday of the spring semester.

Classes cannot be added to a schedule after the first week of the semester is over.

How long do I have to drop a class?

Students have one month after the semester starts to drop a class without penalty. After one month, the class will be marked as a WF.

Schedule Adaptations

Bell Schedule 3-4-24

  • Period 1 7:40 - 8:15 (35 minutes)
  • Period 2 8:20 - 9:00
  • Chapel 9:05 - 9:50 (45 minutes)
  • Period 3 9:55 - 10:35 
  • Period 4 10:40 - 11:20
  • Period 5 11:25 - 12:00 (35 minutes)
  • Period 6 12:05 - 12:40 (35 minutes)
  • Period 7 12:45 - 1:25
  • Period 8 1:30 - 2:10
  • Period 9 2:15 - 2:50 (35 minutes)

Half Day Schedule

M-W-F
  • Period 1 7:40-8:05 (25)
  • Period 2 8:10-8:35 (25)
  • Period 3 8:40-9:05 (25)
  • Period 4 9:10-9:35 (25)
  • Period 5 9:40-10:05 (25)
  • Period 6 10:10-10:35 (25)
  • Period 7 10:40-11:05 (25)
  • Period 8 11:10-11:35 (25)
  • Period 9 11:40-12:00 (20)
T-TH
  • Period 1 8:10-8:35 (25)
  • Period 2 8:40-9:05 (25)
  • Period 3 9:10-9:30 (20)
  • Period 4 9:35-9:55 (20)
  • Period 5 10:00-10:20 (20)
  • Period 6 10:25-10:45 (20)
  • Period 7 10:50-11:10 (20)
  • Period 8 11:15-11:35 (20)
  • Period 9 11:40-12:00 (20)

Frequently Asked Questions

Parents in Prayer

Parents in Prayer

Meetings are on Fridays at 7:50-8:40 a.m. during the school year.

Come pray with us! We’ll pray for LuHi faculty, staff, students, and families. We meet most Fridays during the school year. If you can’t make it on Fridays, that is okay! Come when you can or pray from home or work, wherever or whenever; just make sure you’re on the email list. To receive the prayer list each week or learn more about Parents in Prayer, please get in touch with Annie Peters at prayer@lhsparker.org.

Clubs & Organizations

  • BluHi Jazz Ensemble
    Open to all instrumentalists whether they have jazz experience or not. Informal auditions will be held at the beginning of each semester. They learn jazz theory, chord reading, improvisation, jazz history, and do a lot of performing. Mrs. Andersen (Rachel.Andersen@lhsparker.org)
  • Chick-fil-a Leader Academy
    A service organization, sponsored by the Parker Chick-fil-a. There is an application process but anyone can apply. Service projects are similar to those of the National Honor Society. Mrs. Hollenbeck (Diane.Hollenbeck@lhsparker.org)
  • CrossPlay Theatre Troupe
    Crossplay is a ministry theatre troupe which performs Christ-centered skits for chapels at LuHi and our Association grade schools. Crossplay also performs for various church/community groups throughout the year and leads the summer middle school theatre camp. CrossPlay requires improv, quick memorization, creative play writing, etc. Their mission is to spread God’s Word and minister to the community. Auditions are required. (Freshmen-Seniors). Ms. Lietzau (Jillian.Lietzau@lhsparker.org)
  • Culinary Club
    Build community with God-given talents, and glorify God through food. Advisor: Mrs. Dillon (Lori.Dillon@lhsparker.org)
  • Cyber Club
    An opportunity to further technical interests by working on challenges in cyber security and computing in general. We compete in various competitions nationwide with other High Schools in various aspects of cyber security. Advisor: Ms. Obermueller (Megan.Obermueller@lhsparker.org)
  • Just Games Board/Card Game Club
    A club for anyone to join as long as you have an interest in games. We would love to teach and answer any questions you may have about games, and how to play them. We also welcome those who are experienced and want to share their knowledge with others, just keep in mind games will require advisor approval. Meets Wednesdays 3-4:30. Advisor: Mr. Hiltman (dave.hiltman@lhsparker.org)
  • Mountain Bike Club
    Meets twice a month weather pending. Open to riders of all abilities. Must have your own bike and transportation to and from the ride location. Hoping to give an opportunity for those who like to ride to come together and ride and create community and friendships. Advisor: Mr. Hiltman (dave.hiltman@lhsparker.org)
  • National Honor Society
    Sophomores and juniors with a grade point average of 3.75 or above may request an application; additionally, freshmen who were a member of the National Junior Honor Society may apply. Applications are offered during the month of January with completed applications being collected mid-March. Students accepted into the National Honor Society must complete an additional 20 service hours, serving in the school or community. Mr. Fischer (Caleb.Fischer@lhsparker.org)
  • Rock Climbing Club
    Meets twice a month, usually on Thursdays after school. We climb at Ubergrippen in Castle Rock. Open to climbers of all abilities. Participants are responsible for purchasing a day pass (about $25) or have a membership. Students are also responsible for their own transportation to and from the location. Before participating, students must have a Lutheran High waiver on file (contact Mr. Hiltman for waiver). Parents also must have a waiver signed for Ubergrippen. This club provides an opportunity for those who like to climb to come together and create community and friendships. Advisor: Mr. Hiltman (dave.hiltman@lhsparker.org)
  • Student Council
    A select group of students who represent LuHi through specific contributions to student life and culture. They plan and lead Homecoming Week, Sadies Week, Christmas Spirit Week, and Seasonal Pep Rallies. They also oversee the Talent Show, Senior Sunrise and Sunset, and the End of the Year Yearbook celebration. Applications are due by May 1st of the previous school year. Miss Quinlan (Jennifer.Quinlan@lhspaker.org)
  • LuHi Robotics
    Robotics is a great way to grow in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) skills, and gives students the opportunity to work as part of a team. Collaboration, hands-on application, and teamwork play an essential part of what we do throughout the season and competitions. Season runs May-March, team can be joined in March-April Mr. Rodefeld (Robotics@lhsparker.org)
  • Writing Club
    Do creative exercises, give feedback on works in progress, and prepare submissions for different writing competitions. Advisor: Mrs. Hollenbeck (Diane.Hollenbeck@lhsparker.org)

Are you interested in starting a club at LuHi? Contact Miss Quinlan for a Clubs Application (Jennifer.Quinlan@lhsparker.org)

Shuttle Transportation

LuHi offers shuttle transportation to and from school from 7 different locations. The daily fee to use the shuttle is $5 (for both one-way and round-trip). Monthly usage will be recorded and payments will be made through the family's FACTs account on a monthly basis. All shuttles depart from LuHi after school at 3:15pm unless otherwise noted.

  • Peace with Christ Christian School
    3290 S. Tower Rd., Aurora 80013
    Leaves the parking lot at 6:50 am
  • Chili's parking lot at Southlands Mall
    6379 S. Southlands Parkway, Aurora, CO 80016
    Leaves the parking lot at 7:05 am
  • Castle Rock Arby's by Castle Rock Outlet Mall
    742 Genoa Way, Castle Rock, CO 80109
    Leaves the parking lot at 6:55am and 7:05 am (2 shuttles)
  • St. John's Lutheran School
    700 S Franklin St, Denver, 80209
    Leaves the parking lot at 6:50 am
  • Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church
    7691 S University Blvd, Centennial, CO 80122
    Leaves the south parking lot at 6:55 am
  • Highlands Ranch Chuze Fitness
    9449 S University Blvd, Highlands Ranch, CO 80126
    Leaves the parking lot at 7:05 am
  • Elizabeth Walmart
    2100 Legacy Circle, Elizabeth, CO 80107
    Leaves the parking lot at 6:45 a.m. (Morning shuttle only, does not return in the afternoon.)

Lunch Options

  • Monday: Panda Express Orange Chicken and Rice $8.00/bowl
  • Tuesday: Little Caesars 1/$2.00 or 3/$5.00
  • Wednesday: Chick-fil-A $8.00 for sandwich and chips
  • Thursday: Capriotti's $8.00 for sandwich and chips
  • Friday: Noodles spaghetti, mac n cheese, or buttered noodles $7.00/bowl