// ADMISSION RESOURCES
We are thrilled that you are interested in Lutheran High School for your student or students. LHS prides itself on developing servant leaders who use their God-given talents to boldly serve their communities and love their neighbors wherever God sends them. I say that with confidence because I am one of those students: I graduated from LHS in 2015 and have been called back to serve a new generation of Mustangs. If you have any questions about the admissions process, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me or to Allison Henderson, our Director of Communications and registration expert. We hope to host you here at LHS soon! – Andrew Entzenberger, Director of Admissions
Before you start the admissions process, we encourage you to come view the school in action! We will arrange a personal tour of our school. During the tour, you will learn about our academic departments, athletic teams, and fine arts programs, as well as various other ways your student can be involved. We will also show you our facilities and the 49 acres that we call home.
Walking through the halls during a school day will give you a feel for the size and atmosphere here at LHS.) Schedule a tour today!
We encourage all potential students to spend a day at Lutheran High shadowing a current student. This will give your student a snapshot of what a day in the life of a Mustang looks like. Shadowing consists of a pairing with a student close to their age and similar interests.
The Shadow program is available Monday-Friday. Our students enjoy half-days on Fridays, though, so we encourage your student to shadow on Monday-Thursday to get a full day of the LHS experience. Students are encouraged to arrive at 7:30 am in the front office where we will introduce them to their shadow. School starts at 7:50 am. Students should bring their own lunch and can be picked up at the front office at 3:30 pm (or 12:45 if only shadowing for a half-day). Please contact the front desk at 210-694-4962 to set up a shadow day.
Touring and shadowing are not mandatory, but certainly encouraged.
Our application is simple, fast and done online. You will create an account through RenWeb and fill out the application there. You are able to turn in all the supporting documents via our student portal. Transcripts and test scores can also be turned in physically to the school or emailed to Mrs. Allison Henderson.
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