You might hear chants of “We are LuHi!” echoing at athletic events. This is more than a cheer: it’s a proclamation.
Lutheran High School aims to present its students with opportunities to explore, question, expand, and strengthen his or her Christian beliefs. Maintaining this family-focused culture relies largely on the school environment.
Founded in 1979, Lutheran’s modular design was originally a 15,000 square foot pre-engineered metal building for the gym, locker rooms, and cafeteria constructed in 1982.
Graham & Hyde Architects designed two 10,000 sf additions to the gym building in 1990 and 1995 for the first permanent classrooms, science labs, and music rooms. Over the past 30 years, Lutheran has also created one of the community’s best athletic venues, enhancing the athletic experience and engaging local sports fans.
Most recently, Lutheran High School completed an exciting 19,000 square foot addition that includes two classrooms, a technology lab, chapel/performing arts center, administrative offices, and a central learning commons. The school’s beautiful royal blue colors are featured throughout the new spaces.
Today, Lutheran’s family atmosphere envelops students and staff the moment they step into school.
With updated facilities to meet the school’s needs for new technology, innovative classes and enriching extracurriculars, Lutheran High School continues to build a Christ-centered family equipping students spiritually, intellectually, and physically to serve God and society.