The Fall season at Calvary is a busy one. If you want to watch some baseball, cross country, soccer, softball, or volleyball, we can offer all five choices. The coaches and teams are working very hard. Come and cheer on our Lions!
Keep checking back with us! We will post practice times for each sport and more details as they become available.
As the lazy days of summer wind down, it is time to gear up for school. With the tax-free weekend for back-to-school shopping coming up, here is a link to our school supply list to help you get ready. With your shopping complete we encourage you to check out your schedule on RenWeb and download the Acceptable Computer Use & Honor Code and the Authorized Medication Forms. Bring all this with you Thursday, August 10th from 6:00—8:00 p.m. This is a very important evening for students and families. The evening is set up in an Open House style, so you can arrive at your convenience. We are very comfortable with staggered arrival times. You can load school supplies in your locker, find your classrooms, meet teachers, and feel comfortable and prepared for the first day of school. Parents should bring in all signed forms, any questions or concerns, and a goal of meeting teachers and other CLHS families.
Key Club has scheduled their next Blood Drive on August 8th. You can schedule a time to donate blood between 1:00–7:00 p.m. by calling 573-690-6788.
Celebrate the love of Christ’s life, death and resurrection this week 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.
Our track team, coached by Kerri Morris, and our baseball team, coached by Rusty Bourg, have sprung into action. They are working hard to hone their skills for a successful season. Both teams would love to play for an audience. Here are links to their season schedule so you can come out and cheer them on!
Tickets are now available for the 2017 Calvary Lutheran High School Spring Fling on Saturday, April 29th. The evening begins at 4:00 pm with fellowship and bidding on Silent Auction items. Dinner is served at 5:30 and the Live Auction gets under way at 6:30. Click here to see a listing of items that will be offered. Close out the evening with a dance from 8:00-11:00 pm. This is Calvary’s largest fundraiser supporting the General Operations budget. It will be held at St. Martin’s Knights of Columbus Hall again this year. Ticket price are $50 per person and are available at the school.
Summer, sports and kids go together like peanut butter and jelly. Calvary has summer camp choices for several different sports. Youth camps are designed to hone skills, build teamwork and to have fun. Registration is based on the grade level the child is entering in the fall. Depending on the sport the grade level ranges from 3rd through 8th grade. Click here for the youth camp registration form.
Our golf tournament offers you the opportunity for great fellowship with friends. Here is the great thing, you will be blessing families of Calvary students at the same time. All proceeds from the tournament go directly toward tuition assistance for families. More details are available here. The information includes registration form, sponsorship opportunities and more.
We are currently accepting applications for enrollment in the 2017-18 academic year. The process is easy. Submit the application form along with $200, $100 of the fee will be applied towards tuition when the school year starts in August. For more details on how we can partner with you in your child’s education, contact John Christman, 573-638-0228.
Come join us for our annual One Act Festival, this year featuring four seniors, who are excited to present three separate one-act skits for your entertainment. Beth Fife and Abby Ward start the evening off with lots of laughs directing It’s Not You, It’s Me. Five words that are hard to hear in a relationship presented in a series of wildly hilarious scenes. Catie Whitworth gives us some whimsy in Selkie, a Scottish fairy tale. The story centers on Elin Jean when she discovers a hidden pelt that leads to an adventure. James Schanbacher wraps up the evening with the heart-wrenching drama, I Never Saw Another Butterfly. Raja shares her memories of the time she spent in Terezin during WWII. Both performances feature concessions. Admission is a freewill donation.
God’s blessings to our Lady Lions as they continue on to the next round of district competition!
Saturday, February 4th, 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 girls’ teams face off at 12:30 with the boys’ teams following around 1:30 p.m. What an awesome way to celebrate K-12 Lutheran schools in Jeff City!
In an effort to help us prepare for the upcoming 2017-2018 academic year, Calvary is initiating an early registration opportunity. Enrollment applications received before March 1st require a $100 tuition deposit. After March 1st enrollment will consist of a $100 tuition deposit plus a $100 registration fee. This new direction will help tremendously in anticipating the needs for staffing and classroom materials for Calvary students.
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.