Why Families Choose Lutheran High School

Choosing a high school is one of the most important decisions you will make for your child during their lifetime. There are many reasons to consider a private school education but one reason that we hear often from families is that they want to make an investment in their child's future. At Lutheran High School, one of our greatest strengths is the community we build between our students and families. Our Admissions Director, Michelle Cox, is a class of 95' alum and a parent of a current student so she can answer your questions based on personal experience. She will help and guide you through the admissions process and can assist you with any questions that you may have. For more information, please contact Michelle at m.cox@spiluhi.org or 217-546-6363 ext. 138. 

Shadow a Crusader

Want to see Lutheran High in action? We invite prospective students to come experience a day as a high school student here at LuHi. What better way is there to experience a day-in-the-life of a Crusader than to come and shadow a current student for the day? To set up a Shadow Day, please contact Michelle Cox at m.cox@spiluhi.org or 217-546-6363 ext. 138. 

How Do I Apply?

The application process begins by filling out the application form and returning in with the $200 application fee. You can submit your application and fee online, by mail or in person at the school. 

After submitting the application, the admissions coordinator will set up an interview between our principal, you, and your child. Currently we are conducting interviews virtually via Zoom. Upon approval of your child’s application and interview, you will be notified of acceptance letter via mail or email.

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According to school policy, Lutheran High School shall admit students of any race, color, sex, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, scholarship and loans. Students enrolling as freshmen must have completed the requirements for passing eighth grade as established by the policies of their respective school.