Mark Muehl

Celebrating National Lutheran Schools Week

Lutheran Schools Partnership Director Mark Muehl spoke at a school-wide chapel at Concordia Lutheran High School in Fort Wayne on Monday, January 28, marking National Lutheran Schools Week. Mark invoked this year’s theme for the week-long celebration of Lutheran education, “Baptized for This Moment,” and spoke of the Christian concept of the Communion of Saints…. Read more »

Year-End Review

Below is a link to a PDF of The Lutheran Schools Partnership’s 2012 Year-End Review newsletter. Just click on the link to download and read about our ongoing efforts on behalf of The Lutheran Schools. Year-End Review

Year-end review

Lutheran schools are great places to grow. Nonetheless, as all schools, Lutheran schools aren’t perfect—although we continually strive to be. Lutheran schools, however, are distinctive in that students learn they are forgiven in Christ and they also can forgive others. Yes, we do thank God for great test scores. And we thank God for teachers,… Read more »

Enrollment grows again for 2012–13

With nearly 200 additional students in attendance during 2012–13, The Lutheran Schools are enjoying increased enrollment for the second straight year. “We’re thrilled with this news and praise God for the gifts these students are for our schools,” says Mark Muehl, director of The Lutheran Schools Partnership. “I think this increase can be attributed to… Read more »

The Lutheran Schools students achieve impressive 96-percent IREAD-3 pass rate

The Lutheran Schools Partnership is extremely pleased to announce that 96 percent of students within The Lutheran Schools passed the IREAD-3 reading proficiency test that was administered to third-grade students throughout the state this year. Moreover, 100 percent of students at eight of the 17 Lutheran elementary schools in northeast Indiana passed the test. In… Read more »

Lutheran school students raise money to bring water, sanitation to school in Africa

Students at St. John–Emmanuel Lutheran School in Monroeville have raised more than $4,400 in cash and pledges to benefit God-Ndonyo Primary School in Kenya. The money raised by St. John-Emmanuel students will be used for latrines, a hand-sanitizing station, and a well at God-Ndonyo School. The fundraising was for H20 for Life, a nonprofit organization… Read more »

Two more schools to accept vouchers

St. Peter’s in Fort Wayne and St. Peter–Immanuel in Decatur have joined the growing number of The Lutheran Schools participating in the Indiana Choice Scholarship Program. Other schools participating include Concordia, Woodburn, Suburban Bethlehem, Lutheran South Unity, St. John in Kendallville, Emmaus, Ascension, St. Paul’s, and Concordia Lutheran High School. Choice Scholarships—also known as vouchers—enable… Read more »