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School begins on August 15th at Lutheran High School. Below is a link to the school supply list for each class for the upcoming year as well as the school calendar for the year. For specific questions, please email the teacher for the class. School Supply List 2017-2018 Academic...

All students (returning and new) are required to do the summer reading program. All students will choose to read one of the novels at the bottom of this chart along with the selected grade level book for a total of two books. (Students in AP History...

[caption id="attachment_4020" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Austen Green (L) and Ryan Smeltzer (R) pictured with a member from a Chinese team all competed at the World Championships.[/caption] Houston, TX-The Lutheran High School robotics team took its first trip to the First Tech Challenge (FTC) World Championships this Spring!...

The Lutheran High CyberPatriot Team took third place recently at the CyberPatriot State Competition. In just their third year as a team, the CyberStangs placed third in the gold tier. They have earned a spot in this weekend's upcoming Regional Competition. Team members include Natalie Rankin, Sam...

  Congratulations to sophomore Marissa Thompson! On Friday, December 2nd she auditioned for the Regional Band that includes all of the Northside ISD, Boerne ISD and San Antonio private schools. She not only made the band, but earned 1st chair flute in the band. Marissa will...

LHS 2016 SUMMER READING   All students will be reading the novel The Caucasian Chalk Circle by Bertolt Brecht. Students will complete a writer’s notebook using a standard composition notebook as they read the novel and they should bring both summer reading books  and the writer’s notebook...

For students who are looking to make a difference in the lives of others, Kinetic Kids has a great opportunity for students who want to be active in our community this summer. Kinetic Kids provides sports and recreation programs not typically available to children with special needs....

The Lutheran High Robotics Team capped its season with a trip to the Neutral Buoyancy Lab at NASA. After months of preparation, including programming, building a mission control station, and 3D printing and designing, the Lutheran High Robotics Team was ready to swim their robot.   On Saturday, May...