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Experience LuHi for Yourself - Observe a Teacher

Every day is an open house.

Have you ever asked yourself, "What does Lutheran High School offer that other schools don't?" Or maybe your question is more along the lines of, "At the end of the day, does it really matter where I send my student to high school? There can't be that big of a difference between Douglas County public schools and Lutheran." Instead of telling you the answer, we think it is more effective to show you.

You are invited to come in any day to observe or meet with a teacher. Our Admissions Team is also available and excited to meet with you, show you around, and answer any questions you have. We know that our teacher talent is so important, you should see it. Simply fill out the form to set up a time to observe a teacher.

Here are 4 reasons to consider LuHi:

  • Nothing replaces positive, healthy relationships in a high school student's education. Our teacher's know all their student's names and are actively involved in promoting success in and out of the classroom. Faculty and students alike strive to maintain an encouraging, safe atmosphere.
  • A smaller school size makes for a superior organization. Smaller class sizes harbor a more personalized learning environment for students. Similarly, a staff of 30 teachers allows for specialized professional development, better management, and a supportive community.
  • LuHi's Academies give your student an opportunity to pursue his or her passions. Joining an academy gives your student a jump start on their future career. With a teacher to guide them, the Academies allow students deeply explorer their area of interest and tailor the class to their needs and wants.
  • Tuition assistance is available. Applying for assistance is quick, easy, and available online. Why not see what you qualify for?

Your student deserves the best education and community during their high school career.

OBSERVE A TEACHER