Elementary Track Meet
Fifteen Grade Schools compete at LHSKC Track Meet
05/10/2017
On Saturday, May 6th athletes from 15 grade schools – Kansas City and beyond – met at Center High School for the 42nd Annual Kansas City Lutheran High School Elementary Track Meet. Students in grades 4 through 8 traveled from as far away as Wichita and Topeka, Kansas and Concordia and Alma, Missouri to compete in the event.
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Summer Camps
Summer Knights Camp Program 2017
05/10/2017
Lutheran High School is now accepting enrollment to the 10th Annual Summer Knights Camp Program. Camps are available in a number of sports for a wide range of age levels.
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Noah Soccer Signing
Senior Noah Werts Signs to Play Soccer at Concordia
03/31/2017
LHSKC Senior Noah Werts has made the decision to be a Bulldog in the fall. He will play soccer at Concordia University, Nebraska.
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PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE

Dr. StelmachowiczEvery good gift and every perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of lights. James 1:17

Congratulations Lutheran High—Another week in the life of LHSKC!

On Saturday, April 22nd we experienced our 28th annual Affair of the Heart dinner auction.  With over 220 in attendance a festive evening was enjoyed by all.  Good food, good music, and the fellowship of those supporting Christian secondary education highlighted the proceedings.  Over $96,000 (and still rising… check auction page on this website) was raised in an effort to enhance the programs of LHSKC.  Many thanks to the auction committee and all who served that evening. To God be the Glory.

On Sunday, I made an airport run to pick up several members of the five person team from AdvancEd who were here to evaluate our school for accreditation.  From Sunday until Tuesday the team read documents, analyzed data, observed classrooms, and interviewed many parents, pastors, students, and faculty in an effort to “grade” our school.  Late Tuesday afternoon the report was issued to the faculty and staff.  While we passed the accreditation process, the team challenged us in several areas to improve ourselves.  The team also praised the Christ-centeredness of our school, the camaraderie existing between faculty and the student body, the organized efforts of our Board, and the supportive nature of our parents.  A tiresome six months of work certainly was worth the effort as we once again gained the status of an accredited school by both the AdvancEd team and the National Lutheran Schools (NLSA) group.

Friday, April 29th we hosted another Junior-Senior prom.  This year’s gathering was at the Uptown Theater in Kansas City.  Despite a bit of a snafu with parking accommodations at the venue, the French Quarter Prom 2017 seamlessly meandered into a wonderful evening of music, fellowship, and fun.  Hats off to this year’s Student Council as they organized a well-run event.  Prom can be a night fraught filled with worry, anxiety, and poor decision making, but this prom was not one of those.  Many compliments were given by those at the Theater who encountered our students.  Our students made one old administrator proud to be associated with them.  Well done.

Next stop….graduation for the class of 2017, Sunday, May 14th at 2 p.m.

In His Service,

                                                                                         Dr. Cary Stelmachowicz