Lutheran High School of Indianapolis is unlike any other school you have ever heard of or had knowledge of. Lutheran is Bible-based and Spirit filled. We are refreshingly honest and bold about whom we are, as Lutherans. We are a people that are passionate about our love for God, His people, and sharing the Word with our world.
As you spend the next few moments reviewing our website, it is our prayer that you will get a better perspective of who we are and our mission. You will also find out about ways in which we as a community of believers connect with our society. One of our aims is to encourage growth and build upon or create an ongoing relationship with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Many of you may be coming from different schools, church traditions, and have a rich spiritual heritage. Some of you may come with different beliefs. Whatever the reasons for your arrival at our doorstep, we are a school that takes a student, family, and community, and offers light in a darkened world.
Rev. Dr. Robert W. Armao
And you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind, and with all your strength. Mark 12:30
We at Lutheran High School of Indianapolis have committed ourselves to exploring our individual learning disciplines with scholarly excellence with diligence, and to assist in the development of our students within a biblical worldview, thus preparing them for servant leadership in society through their own academic and vocational pursuits. The mission of LHS includes the integration of biblical faith and learning in its educational experiences, which are designed to enrich scholarship, Christian discipleship, and produce lifelong learning. The faculty and staff pledge themselves to integrate biblical faith into every aspect of the life of the campus and community in which we serve.
The mission of LHS includes the integration of biblical faith and learning in its educational experiences. Click on the links to learn more about the role of Christian faith and community service at Lutheran High School.