Quality Education

Lutheran Spirit-School Spirit

“We’ve got spirit, yes we do!  We’ve got spirit, how about you?”  That cheer dates me, for sure, but it is still true in our Lutheran Schools.  As I write, Homecoming Week at Concordia Lutheran High School has just ended. Walking the hallways last week, I had a fun challenge trying to figure out what the… Read more »

Called and Back to School

“Real. Present. God.” For many of our schools, this is the school theme of the year. Inspired largely from Psalm 46 but influenced by all of the Psalms, we start the year knowing that the God of all Creation loved his creation so much that He chose to live life here among mankind and redeem… Read more »

Brain Break Challenge

What do you get when you give a group of students an Ipad or a cell phone and a challenge?  Amazing videos! The Lutheran Schools Partnership sponsored a Brain Break Video Contest for our schools to celebrate National Lutheran Schools Week.  Many of our schools use websites like www.GoNoodle.com to provide “brain breaks” for students… Read more »

Get Out the Word!

Grow in the Gifts of God At the Lutheran Schools, everything we do is designed to help students cultivate their God-given gifts. From accredited academics, to competitive athletics, to opportunities to serve others in our community, we are all about helping students grow.Come get to know us better. You’ll discover 18 vibrant school communities—across the… Read more »

Keeping the Brain in Mind

Last June, The Lutheran Schools Partnership hosted Ann Anzalone, a well-known educational speaker on brain development.  This November, Emmaus Lutheran School brought Anzalone back to Fort Wayne to speak to teachers and parents.  Anzalone demonstrates what she teaches – we all need to be active learners.  Anzalone led her audience through exercises as she spoke… Read more »

Repeating the Issues of the Founders

Discipleship school. Missional school. Outreach school. Member school. Lutheran schools are all about Christ. Somehow over the years, some Lutheran school communities have struggled with whom is welcomed into it. Congregational members? Daughter/sister congregations’ families? Other Christian families? Faith seekers? And how do these decisions impact the overall community and program of the school? It’s… Read more »

Mindset, part 2

This is part 2 of a 2 part series on Carol Dweck’s “Mindset: The New Psychology of Success-How We Can Learn to Fulfill Our Potential”. Part one can be found here “I’m just not good at math.”  “This is too hard for me, and I’m never going to get it.”  “School work is just not… Read more »

Mindset, part 1

Since the 2006 release of the book “Mindset: The New Psychology of Success-How We Can Learn to Fulfill Our Potential” by Carol Dweck, the term ‘mindset’ has become a popular buzzword in the education world, and with good reason.  The research on achievement and success by Dweck and others has shown that our intelligence, and… Read more »

2017-2018 Enrollment News

2017/2018 enrollment for Lutheran schools in Northeast Indiana shows a slight drop this year. Last year’s reported enrollment for our 18 schools was 4096. This year, 3983. While disappointing to report (we always would like to see increases!), we rejoice in the nearly 4000 Kindergarten through grade 12 students that will be impacted by the… Read more »