We invite you to join us on Tuesday, November 8th at 6:30 pm to see how LHS focuses on nurturing faith and pursuing excellence with our students so that they lead lives of impact long after they leave our halls.
Students use academics, athletics, robotics, drama, health science, student government, service activities, and many other opportunities to be involved as building blocks to grow their faith, their character, and to impact their community to the glory of Jesus Christ!
Register here to reserve your spot and see if becoming a part of the Mustang herd is a good fit for your family.
We also encourage all potential students to spend a day shadowing a current student at Lutheran High. This will give your student a snapshot of what a day in the life of a Mustang looks like. Shadowing involves pairing with a student close to their age and similar interests.
What does it mean to make involvement a pillar? This picture is a great example of our students' involvement at LHS. Our students are involved in fellowship, robotics, and volleyball in this one moment after school and before a volleyball match.
You can see seniors and freshmen, teachers and coaches, players and managers, athletes and robotics kids all gathered together. Mr. Schuetze is working with one student on an ESTEAM project for the Texas Special Olympics, while other students relax and take in a snack before the game.
This blending of athletics and academics is not rare on our campus. We encourage students to be involved and chase their passions, whether that be drama, science fair, athletics, or any number of other opportunities.
If you'd like to know more about how you can be involved at LHS and be a part of a community that nurtures faith and pursues excellence, please reach out to us by phone or text at 210-694-4962!