From staff reports
Next school year, Concordia Lutheran High School will offer a new program in biomedical science.
Students will have the opportunity to take the class through the Project Lead The Way (PLTW) program. Continue reading “CLHS adopts Project Lead the Way’s biomedical program”
From staff reports
On March 15, Concordia Lutheran High School will welcome Tiffini Grimes, 2001 graduate, and the assistant athletic director for football and men’s basketball at the University of Alabama for its monthly Alumni Mentor Program. The goal of the program is to introduce students to various careers paths through alumni connections. Continue reading “Alumni Mentor Program to inspire students with a career in athletics”
By Kami Rieck
Students striving to make a difference in society don’t need to go any farther than the classroom. The Students for Social Change, a new group that was created this year, is dedicated to changing the social climate of not only Concordia, but also the rest of society. Continue reading “Students for Social Change: The Start of Something New”
By Kaylee Harwood
The 2016 Concordia Football team has made school history this year and has won the Indiana Class 3A Football Title. Along with the state title comes state rings for all of the players and those associated with the football team. Continue reading “Championship rings to be presented Friday”
By: Grace Christian
On Feb. 17, Concordia hosted had the next Alumni Mentor Program-lunch and learn. The speaker was David Fortmeyer who graduated in 1980 from CLHS. After graduating in 1980, he went to Ball State for college. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in finance and a minor in economics. He currently works with Well Fargo advisers. He manages a number of corporate 401(k) retirement plans. Continue reading “Students learn about business through alumni mentor program”
By Alaina Stellwagen
Concordia was given the honor to host Congressman Marlin Stutzman on Friday,
November 18. His visit was requested and made possible by Mr. Reinking for his Government classes, but the convention was made available to all Concordia students and staff.
Continue reading “Congressman Stutzman visits local Concordia High School”
Presented on the intercom devotions on Tuesday, August 17 by Ms. Bohnke:
People love stories about underdogs, stories about individuals who started out at the bottom of the heap but worked through their struggles to reach success. We make movies about these underdogs, we cheer for them when they compete in the Olympics – you have probably heard about Joseph Schooling, the man from Singapore who not only won his nation’s first gold medal ever, but did by beating Michael Phelps.
But you might not have heard of Haru Urara. She is a native of Japan. She is also a horse. She ran her first race in 1998. By 2003 she had achieved 80 consecutive losses without any wins. She was the ultimate underdog. Most horses with such a long losing streak are sent off to be slaughtered, but Haru’s owners weren’t willing to do that. They just kept entering her in more races.
Continue reading “Devo: Shining Stars of Losers Everywhere”
Very few of our students spend their summer playing video games on their bums. Many traveled down to New Orleans for the National Youth Gathering; others joined their churches on missions trips to locations far and wide. Even more spent a lot of time at CLHS, leading athletic camps, conditioning themselves, or attending summer school. Here’s a snapshot of some of our students from the National Youth Gathering, and if you have more of your summer photos to add, send them to firstname.lastname@example.org or upload them to the ReplayIt App!
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Continue reading “National Youth Gathering”
For the first time this August, the Luminarian will have a fall distribution instead of a May delivery.
“But when do we get to sign them? It’s tradition! Why make the change?”
The primary reason is because you will get a superior yearbook. In prior years, the print deadline for books delivered the last week of school was March 1. That meant anything that occurred in the school year after March 1 – from spring sports, to prom, to graduation – was relegated to the often-misplaced spring supplement. We still have dozens of old supplements in the yearbook room that never found homes with graduates or other buyers, so if you were a girls tennis player or a cadet marching in the Memorial Day parade, for most yearbook buyers…you never existed.
Continue reading “Why the Change? 2016 Yearbook Distribution”
Resurrecting and chronicling Concordia history
For much of Concordia’s history, the Lu-Hi Voice has been the name of the student-run newspaper publication. In the last few years it has gradually faded from existence, but the CLHS Publications class of 2016-17 has the pleasure of renewing publication as a blog-style website, LuHiVoice.com.
The class also produces the Luminarian, the yearbook of Concordia Lutheran High School. An after-school “pub club” is in the works to broaden the student voices seen on this page.
Progress will be slow in the beginning, but we envision this to be an all-Cadet page, with news about athletics, service, student profiles, student fiction, and reviews. We plan to post student art, video projects, and devotions (for those of you who remember Mrs. Sandy Friedrich’s Proclaimer magazine, we plan to have a section for that to return too!).
If you would like to submit something for publication consideration or are interested in more information about this site or advertising on it, please contact email@example.com.
Soli Deo Gloria!
Thanks to Logan Krinn ’17 for the new logo!