Observing Lent

The season of Lent is an important one in the church year.  Celebrate the love of Christ’s life, death and resurrection at your favorite place of worship.  If you don’t have a church home we can help you find a place of mercy, grace and everlasting peace.

Come Cheer Them On!

Come watch the last home game of the regular season in our gym Thursday night.  District games begin next week for both girls and boys basketball.  We will keep you posted where and when they play during the tournament at New Bloomfield.

“Radium Girls” and Superheroes!

Come join us for our annual One Act Festival!  This year features two completely different genres, a drama and a comedy.  The evening begins with These Shining Lives, which follows the compelling true stories of the “Radium Girls,”  young women in the 1920’s and ’30’s who painted the faces of glow-in-the-dark watches and clocks with radioactive paint.  Superhero Sanitarium, promises lots of laughs as a big-city journalist researches the current state of a modern mental health facility populated with a unique group of patients who imagine themselves to be crime-fighting superheroes.  Both performances feature concessions.  Admission is a freewill donation.

Blood Drive Scheduled

Key Club has scheduled their next Blood Drive on February 26th.  You can schedule a time to donate blood between 1:00–7:00 p.m. by calling 573-690-6788.

Future Freshman Friday

Curious about enrolling your child at Calvary?  We are hosting an Open House on the first two Fridays of the month from noon to 3:00 p.m.  No need to make an appointment.  We are happy to answer any questions about the Open House dates. Contact the office 573-638-0228.

National Lutheran Schools Week

“Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever.” This Bible verse, from the thirteenth chapter of Hebrews, is a wonderful foundation for the stead-fast grace we receive from the great God we serve.  It also reminds us of the connection we have to the ancestors that came to America and founded the first Lutheran schools in Perry County, Missouri, in 1847.  Today, Calvary Lutheran High School is one of many Lutheran schools in mid-Missouri that embraces the ministry of proclaiming and celebrating God’s work in and out of the classroom.  We thank God for the opportunity to provide excellent academic preparation for the children we serve.  We are excited to share Jesus’ amazing love with children and their families.  National Lutheran Schools Week allows us to join with Lutheran schools on a national level to proclaim these great blessings within the communities we serve, today and into the future.

LCMS Schools

Academic Success Begins With PREParation

This day of discovery begins at 11:30 a.m. with lunch provided on January 18th.  Please contact the school office by January 17th if you are interested in attending.

High School is an adventure and a journey – a very important one.  CLHS’s PREP Day is a simulated high school day, where 7th graders will experience a high school campus setting.  Whether you have already made a decision on which high school to attend, or if you are still reviewing your options, this day will introduce you to many facets of secondary education.

At Discover Calvary Day you will:

  • Choose a sample schedule
  • Experience “mini” high school classes
  • Review ACT prep materials
  • Receive college admissions information
  • Learn secrets to success
  • ….and more!

Early Registration Opportunity

Families submitting their enrollment application with payment before March 1st, will only pay the $100 tuition deposit, the registration fee will be waived. After March 1st enrollment will consist of a $100 tuition deposit plus a $100 registration fee. This helps tremendously in anticipating the needs for staffing and classroom materials for Calvary students.

Peace and Love Sent To Us

December can be a very busy month.  It is also a very special month.  We have the opportunity to reflect on the greatest gift given to all of us, God’s only begotten Son and our Savior, Jesus Christ.  During the advent season we prepare our hearts for the “coming” of the promised Savior’s birth.  Christmas Eve and Christmas Day we celebrate the amazing night in Bethlehem when angels proclaimed his long-awaited birth.  The celebration continues into early January, Epiphany, which commemorates when the Magi visited and honored Jesus, the King of kings.  May God’s peace and love be with you.

Christmas Concert

Come celebrate the birth of Christ with your Calvary family at the Calvary Christmas Concert on Friday, December 8th at 7 p.m.  The Calvary Choir, Concert Band, Select Choir, Women’s Choir, Men’s Choir, small ensembles and solos are excited to be performing.  The evening will uplift your hearts as we prepare for the celebration of our dear Savior’s birth.  Art done by our talented students will also be on display.  Looking forward to seeing you there!

Celebrating with Thankful Hearts

We give thanks everyday for the many blessings we receive.  On Tuesday, November 21st, we celebrate on a grand scale with a special Chapel Service, followed by our annual Thanksgiving Celebration potluck.  Students, faculty and staff enjoy worshiping and sharing fellowship with the guests we often have attend.  We invite you to join us for Chapel at 11:00 a.m. as Rev. Sam Powell, from Trinity Lutheran Church, leads us in worship.

We’re off to see…some great basketball!

Tuesday, December 12th, follow your GPS (the yellow brick road) not to the Emerald City but to Calvary’s gym to watch Trinity & Immanuel Lutheran School’s basketball teams compete against each other!  The  boys’ teams face off at 5:00 p.m.  What an awesome way to celebrate K-12 Lutheran schools in Jeff City!  Immediately following, you can stay  to watch Calvary’s  JV and Varsity boys teams play Tuscumbia.

SOLA SCRIPTURA

500 years ago, an Augustinian monk named Martin Luther, posted 95 Theses on the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg.  Martin Luther’s fervent study of scripture, ability to translate scripture into German, and his intellect for teaching changed the world by placing the Word of God into the hands of everyday people, like us.  We honor the Reformation tenet of SOLA SCRIPTURA (by Scripture alone) by reading scripture aloud for nine consecutive hours in our auditorium.   We thank God for working through Martin Luther so that we may be enriched by reading His Word on a daily basis.

Anne Shirley Returns to Calvary

Some of you may have seen the performances of Anne of Green Gables at Calvary four years ago.  In October, we are pleased to present two performances of Anne of Avonlea.  Anne Shirley has grown up and returns to teach in the school she attended when she first arrived in Avonlea.  Get reacquainted with familiar characters and meet some new friends in this heart-warming story that is sure to make you smile.  Our performances are scheduled for Thursday, October 26th, at 12:30 p.m. and Friday, October 27th at 7:00 p.m.  A dessert bar will be offered during the Friday evening performance only.  Admission is a freewill donation.

An Afternoon of Praise

You are invited!  The auditorium at Calvary will be filled with uplifting songs of praise as Charles Graham shares his beautiful voice and story with us.  In addition, two local bluegrass/Gospel music groups will treat us with their talents as well.  The Makers’ Dozen and Lost Mountain Clan join Charles for an afternoon of faith, fun, and fellowship.  Admission is a freewill donation to support Calvary Lutheran High School and Charles Graham Ministries.