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Giving

Since 1976, Lutheran High School has existed to prepare young adults for a Christian life while providing academic excellence in a Christ-centered environment. This mission continues to strengthen every year with new families, second-generation students, and a faculty and staff dedicated to providing the best in private Christian education.

While the students prepare on a daily basis, the mission extends beyond the walls of the school. Lutheran High School relies on the generous support of our faithful donors and volunteers to assure our student success.

Faithful stewardship to Lutheran High School provides scholarship and financial aid for current students, ongoing support for needed capital projects and improvements, and financial stability for today and security to assure our mission continues well into the future.

The key areas of giving that Lutheran High School rely upon include:

The Annual Fund: The opportunity to provide ongoing support for yearly fiscal needs for Lutheran High School. Gift types include one-time, recurring, and corporate matching gifts.

Adopt a Saint: Scholarship and needs-based aid for students and families desiring a academic excellence in a Christ-centered setting but may have limiting financial means.

Sponsorships: Opportunities for partnering businesses and organizations to participate within the Lutheran High School community through various levels.

Planned Giving: Creative solutions including annuities, trusts, bequests, life insurance and other financial vehicles that often benefit not only Lutheran High School but provide donor benefits as well.

Capital Projects: Assistance with facility and technology improvements to provide excellence in the learning environment.

Lutheran High School produces its annual report each October providing a summary of its financials, year in review, and acknowledgement of the generosity of its donors. View the annual reports by clicking on the link at right.

We are grateful for your support and investment in the mission of Lutheran High School.