Quality Education

Concordia fifth-graders help IPFW celebrate

Fifth-grade students at Concordia Lutheran Elementary School in Fort Wayne are doing their part in Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne’s signature 50th anniversary project, Sculpture with Purpose. The Concordia Lutheran School fifth-graders have decorated a bicycle that will be featured in artist Suzy Hendrix’s “A Time for You,” one of the 50 Sculpture with Purpose… Read more »

St. Paul’s boys take national tourney, finish 36-0

Congratulations to the St. Paul’s Lutheran School boys basketball team for winning the National Tournament of Champions in Valparaiso, March 28-30. St. Paul’s defeated Garden Homes Lutheran School from Milwaukee to gain the championship and complete an undefeated 36-0 season. For the St. Paul’s Bears and for the coaching staff, headed by Jerry Ratzburg, this… Read more »

Students pitch in for Kids Against Hunger

On February 21, students from Emmanuel–St. Michael Lutheran School visited Lutheran South Unity School, where students from both schools packaged more than 36,000 meals for hungry children in the Philippines. The event was in support of Kids Against Hunger, a national organization that has a local chapter in Fort Wayne. With donations from church congregations… Read more »

The start of something big

ILSAA state tourney coming to Fort Wayne. I’m very pleased to announce that Concordia Lutheran High School will host the 2014 Indiana Lutheran Schools Athletic Association (ILSAA) State Basketball Tournament on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, February 28 through March 2. This will be the first time the tourney has been held in northeast Indiana; previous… Read more »

Celebrate the Lutheran school difference

“Come, celebrate, your banners high unfurling, Your songs and prayers against the darkness hurling. To all the world go out and tell the story Of Jesus’ glory.” -Ronald Klug With all the distractions of winter weather delays and closings, our celebration of National Lutheran Schools Week (January 26-February 1) has taken a backseat. Schools are… Read more »