The LHS curriculum fosters productive, Christian citizens by preparing students spiritually, academically, physically, and socially to enter college or the work force.

We build the curriculum from the requirements of a complex and changing society, the Texas Education Agency, the needs and aptitudes of the individual student, the highest academic standards available, and the spirit and substance of the Gospel of Christ.

The LHS academic program exceeds TEA standards and a percent grading system is utilized. The LHS core and elective curriculum is extensive, and in most subjects students may participate in regular, honors, or Advanced Placement (AP) courses. Typically, most students will carry a full academic schedule during an eight period school day.  Our small class sizes provide students access to the best teaching and learning environment.


Lutheran High School continually strives to develop curriculum and deliver instruction to prepare students to be college ready. Students are encouraged to complete the TEA Distinguished Achievement High School Program to best prepare them for the rigor of top universities.

To learn more about how LHS’s curriculum can meet your student’s need and prepare him or her for college, please call the school office (210-694-4962) or e-mail principal Patrick Maynard and schedule an educational consultation.