Auctions in August is a silent auction Gulf Coast Bank hosts & facilitates each August. The auction is open to everyone: bank employees, customers, and the general public. A variety of items will be available for bidding online from Monday, August 3rd, 2020 until Monday, August 31st, 2020. If you wish to bid on some amazing items while […]
Lutheran High School is pleased to announce Betselot Mulugeta as the Class of 2020 Valedictorian and Magdalina Johnson as the Class of 2020 Salutatorian. These high honors are earned by Gryphons with the highest and second highest GPAs during four years in high school. We are so proud of their academic achievements and wish them […]
Lutheran High School needs your help! GiveNOLA Day is a 24-hour event hosted by the Greater New Orleans Foundation to inspire people to give generously to nonprofits making our region stronger, creating a thriving community for all. Consider making a financial gift to help the students of Lutheran High School. Any amount is appreciated!
Dear Gryphon Families, In an abundance of caution, and as mandated by Governor John Bel Edwards to help stem the spread of the coronavirus, Lutheran High School will be closed effective immediately. The Governor has announced that schools may re-open on April 13th. Parents and students should monitor e-mails, our school website, and our Facebook […]
Christmas Spirit was in the air at Lutheran High School in December! The Service Club decorated a tree with handmade ornaments on display at City Park, and Student Council sponsored a pot-luck feast for students and faculty to enjoy together! Activities and contests included a performance by the cheerleaders, gingerbread house decorating, classroom door decorating, […]
The Lutheran High School cheerleaders led by Coach Powers were joined by Louie the Gryphon, Mrs. Lagarde, Coach Scriber, and student and parent volunteers in the Harahan Christmas Parade! Geaux Gryphons!
Senior students accompanied by Mr. Dauss, Mr. Brackvitch, and Mrs. Lagarde learned about life in the Renaissance period at the annual field trip to the Renaissance Fest in Hammond. Students tried their hand at archery, learned about glass blowing, and cheered on their favorite knight at the jousting tournament.
Our Lutheran High School choir directed by Mr. Scriber and cheerleaders coached by Ms. Powers, braved the cold to help to create Christmas spirit at a special performance at Lafreniere Park. Many thanks to all who came out to support our talented students!
Many thanks to Nicholls University for hosting us and providing the campus tour, and to Professor Arnold and members of the Mass Communications Department for the special interactive experience. Mrs. Lagarde and Mr. Scriber accompanied junior and senior students and members of the Reel to Reel film club to Nicholls State University. Students learned about […]