Prospective families may view the ENROLLMENT HANDBOOK for detailed information about the enrollment process, financial aid, and scholarships.

Tuition & Financial Aid

LHS graduates are extremely well prepared for success beyond high school as a result of the rigorous college-prep education they receive.  Students experience a Christ-centered environment that is focused on helping them grow spiritually so that the Gospel message of salvation through Jesus Christ continues to be a strong part of their daily lives beyond high school.

We would like to visit with you to discuss Lutheran High School’s tuition rates, payment plan options, scholarships and financial aid opportunities.  Please contact Micah Braddy, Director of Enrollment.


Lutheran High School believes that the cost of education is a shared responsibility between the school, the church and the families themselves. 

Keeping this shared responsibility in mind, the tuition rate for the 2021-2022 school year is $10,780. Read the 2021-22 Tuition letter from our Head of School, Dr. Craig Ernstmeyer.

A variety of scholarships and grants are available to students in grades 9-12.  See the Scholarships & Grants information below for a brief description.


LHS makes every effort to assist those families who demonstrate financial need. Tuition Scholarships (needs-based financial aid) are available for families who qualify as determined by the FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment.  All Tuition Scholarships are awarded on a per year basis and must be applied for on an annual basis.



In order to be eligible to receive scholarships, students must be enrolled at LHS before April 15, 2021 (Note – this does not apply to Association Scholarships as those are chosen by High School Association Churches and Schools). Please refer to the Enrollment Handbook for more information, including specific scholarship criteria.

Association Grant

Family Scholarship

Association Scholarships

Tuition Scholarship

Memorial Scholarships

Community Scholarships

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