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 the Director of Enrollment. (link to gnade@lhssc.org)

FINANCIAL AID

 

LHS makes every effort to assist those families who demonstrate financial need. Financial Aid Scholarships are available for families who qualify as determined by the FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment. Applications are submitted through FACTS online and will be processed after all required documents are submitted to FACTS and the application is verified.  There is a $25 fee to apply for this assistance.  Financial Aid Scholarships are applied to tuition accounts in equal parts beginning with the first monthly payment of the tuition payment plan selected. All needs-based scholarships are awarded on a per year basis and must be applied for on an annual basis.

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SCHOLARSHIPS

 

A variety of scholarships are available to students. In order to be eligible to receive scholarships, students must be enrolled at LHS before April 30.

Kingdom Workers Scholarship

Eligibility:

  • 8th grade member of an Association church and selected by pastor
  • Demonstrates a Christian lifestyle and willingly serves others
  • Shows potential for and interest in considering a full time church work profession
  • Have parents who demonstrate support for the student’s consideration of a full time church work profession
  • Agrees to participate in the “Kingdom Worker” program of activities designed to inform and encourage students to consider church work professions

Amount of Award:

  • $400 each year (continued eligibility requires that the student remain in good standing and maintains a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0)

Merit Scholarship

Eligibility:

  • 8th grade member of an Association church and selected by principal
  • Sets a positive Christian example for others
  • Demonstrates exceptional academic achievement

Amount of Award:

  • $400 each year (continued eligibility requires that the student remain in good standing and maintains a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0)

Youth Leadership Scholarship

Eligibility:

  • 8th grade member of an Association church and selected by a Youth Minister
  • Demonstrates active participation and leadership in church youth group activities

Amount of Award:

  • $400 each year (continued eligibility requires that the student remain in good standing, maintains a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0, and continues active participation in their church youth activities as certified by the home congregation)

Brad Walters Scholarship

The Brad Walters Scholarship was established and is funded by the Walters family in memory of Brad Walters, a member of the St. Charles Lutheran community who believed deeply in the necessity of Christian education for young people. He worked tirelessly to establish Lutheran High School. The purpose of the scholarship is to help students with great potential obtain a Christ-centered education at Lutheran High. The scholarship is awarded to one incoming freshman.

Eligibility:

  • 8th grade member of an Association church
  • Highest scores on the LHS Placement Test OR nominated by pastor or principal

Amount of Award:

  • $500 one-time award

Clara and Patsy Beachler Memorial Scholarship

The Clara and Patsy Beachler Scholarship was established and is funded by Jerry and Karen Steinbach in loving memory of Karen’s mother and grandmother who believed strongly in Lutheran education. Their commitment in providing that Christian education for Karen has prompted her to provide this scholarship in the hope of making that same opportunity available to other young women.

Eligibility:

  • 8th grade female member of an Association church and nominated by pastor or principal
  • Minimum B+ average in 8th grade
  • Is an independent thinker – willing to take a stand, even if unpopular
  • Demonstrates  leadership potential
  • Demonstrates a good “study” ethic – strives to master the material rather than achieve minimal competence.
  • Outgoing and  involved in extracurricular activities
  • Submits required application materials

Amount of Award:

  • $500 each year (continued eligibility requires that the student remain in good standing and maintains a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.4)

LHS Community Leadership Award

Eligibility:

  • Not a member of an Association church
  • High scores on the LHS Placement Test

Amount of Award:

  • $1,000 one-time award
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