Lutheran High School
of St. Charles County

Academics


Lutheran High School of St. Charles County’s academic program is primarily directed towards college preparation in the context of the Lutheran/Christian faith.

Over the past five years, ACT composite scores have averaged 24.9, placing LHS in the top 5% nationally. The graduating class of 2014 had an ACT composite of 25.8. Through its 32 year history, 97% of Lutheran High graduates have entered college after graduation, over 75% choosing 4 year colleges.

Lutheran High offers students the opportunity to participate in college credit programs affiliated with St Louis University, Lindenwood University, and Missouri Baptist University.  Juniors and Seniors may select from nine different courses and earn college credit while attending classes at LHS. Lutheran High also offers a selection of Advanced Placement classes.

The Class of 2014 had 80 graduates with all 80 headed to college.  Between them, they accepted academic scholarships valued in excess of 1,500,000.

Alumni from Lutheran High have graduated from universities such as Yale, University of Missouri, Creighton University, West Point, St. Louis University, Cornell, Washington University, and many more across the country.

Lutheran High has an 20:1 student to teacher ration.

83% of the Lutheran High faculty has a Master’s Degree or higher in their discipline.

A part time Resource Teacher is on staff to work with students with diagnosed learning disabilities.