Gryphons in Physical Education classes recently attended a Bowling field trip to All Star Lanes in Kenner. There were many highly spirited cheers and jeers as students rolled strikes, spares and gutter balls. Special thanks to our parent volunteers for assisting Coach Jones as chaperones.
National Lutheran Schools Week provides nearly 2,000 preschools, elementary schools and high schools with the public opportunity to proclaim and celebrate God’s work among us in schools of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. We thank God for the opportunity to provide excellent academic preparation for the children we serve. We are most grateful for the opportunity […]
Accompanied by Mrs. Lagarde, seven sophomore students joined representatives from over 30 area high schools at the Loyola College of Law at the Anti-Defamation League’s Unity Through Understanding Day. This day-long training is designed to increase student’s awareness of stereotypical behaviors and prejudices in their environment as they explore ways to confront and overcome them. […]
Many thanks to the Gryphon families who helped us have a successful LuHigh Christmas celebration! Students and faculty enjoyed a holiday feast, decorating activities, caroling, a visit from Santa, competitions and prize drawings, and performances from our Choir and Theatre classes, and Cheerleaders!
Grandparents fill our hearts with love! Thank you to all of the grandparents, parents, relatives, and family friends who joined us for breakfast and a school tour. Afterward, we enjoyed celebrating Chapel with our extended Gryphon family where we were reminded that Jesus is the ultimate Christmas gift.
Introducing Jessica Waddell, AFC’s First Voices For Choice Story Contest Winner The Louisiana Federation for Children is pleased to announce our own Jessica Waddell (Class of 2016) as the winner of the American Federation for Children’s First Voices for Choice story contest winner! With the help of the Louisiana Scholarship Program, Jessica attended Lutheran High School, putting […]
Tuesday, November 13th, Senior students and students enrolled in English IV braved the cold to attend the Louisiana Renaissance Festival in Hammond. Highlights included meeting the Queen, watching a jousting match, and learning about life during this time period. Accompanying the students were Mr. Dauss, Mr. Brackvitch, and Mrs. Lagarde.
Congratulations to the following seniors who will be playing their final volleyball matches for LHS this week: Andrea Buckley, Amaya Felix, Destiny Henry, Bryanna Parise, Kelsey Rainey, Jena Schellhaas, Madelyn Sosa, and Shalyn Williams. They will be missed. They were recognized for their efforts on Monday, October 15th during our 10th Annual Think Pink night. […]