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.
The Survive & Thrive experience begins at 11:30 a.m. with lunch provided on January 19th. Please contact the school office by January 18th 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 and 8th 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 Survive & Thrive 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!
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.
Coaches and athletes have been working hard and look forward to showcasing their skills at basketball games in the Calvary gym. We invite you to come and cheer the Lady Lions and Lions on to victory!
Come celebrate the birth of Christ with your Calvary family at the Calvary Christmas Concert on Friday, December 9th 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. Hear many Christmas selections such as “The Coventry Carol”, “We Three Kings”, “Shepherd’s Echo Carol”, “Silent Night” and many others. Students from Essence of Acting will add to the evening with readings rejoicing in our Savior’s birth. Art done by our talented students will also be on display. Looking forward to seeing you there!
The Run For the Kids Color Run is back! Mark your calendars for Saturday, November 5, 2016 at 10:00 AM at Calvary. Here is the entry form so you won’t miss the fun!!
Our drama department is excited to present Thornton Wilder’s, The Matchmaker, for two performances. Wilder’s The Matchmaker was later adapted as the musical Hello, Dolly!. Join us for lots of laughs with Mrs. Levi and her friends on Friday, October 28th at 7:00 p.m. or Saturday, October 29th at 2:00 p.m. Both performances will feature a delicious dessert buffet. Admission is a freewill donation.
Key Club has scheduled their next Blood Drive on October 31st. You can schedule a time to donate blood between 1:00–6:00 p.m. by calling 573-690-6788.
The 2016-17 school year is off to a great start. This year’s theme, chosen by the senior class, is “Suit Up: Fight the Good Fight”, based in Ephesians 6:11-17 and 1 Timothy 6:12. Each Wednesday morning we come together for Chapel Service at 10:30 am. We are blessed to have pastors from area Lutheran churches give of their time to lead our students and faculty during this time of worship. You are welcome to join us!
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 11th 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.
Believe it or not, fall sports practices start Monday, August 1! In case you do not know, we have a lot of opportunities to participate in sports here at Calvary. Our fall sports include Boys Baseball, Boys and Girls Cross Country, Co-ed Soccer, Girls Softball, and Girls Volleyball. We encourage you to participate. We have very competitive teams, our coaches do a great job, and it’s fun! Below are the times and places for the first week’s practices. You must have a physical on file here at school to be able to start practicing. You must also participated in at least 14 practices before you can play in a game. We will have a parent meeting Monday, August 1 in the CLHS Auditorium (7:00 for freshmen and new student parents, 7:45 for returning student parents).
6:30-8:00AM – Cross Country at the Katy Trail
3:00-5:30PM – Volleyball in the CLHS Gym
4:00-6:00PM – Softball on the CLHS Softball/Baseball Field
5:00-7:00PM – Soccer at the Hwy. 63 Sports Complex Fields across the bridge
5:30-7:30PM – Baseball at the CLHS Softball/Baseball Field
Our next blood drive will be held on Thursday, August 11th from 1:00-7:00 p.m. This blood drive is in honor of 3-year old Colten, a relative of a Calvary alumnus. All presenting donors will receive a complimentary t-shirt, while supplies last. To make an appointment, please contact Denise Crider at 573-690-6788 or visit redcrossblood.org.
Our golf tournament offers you the opportunity for an evening of fun 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.
On March 4th and 5th our auditorium will be the place to be! Come join us for our annual One Act Festival, this year featuring two seniors, each directing a one-act skit for you to enjoy. Olivia Howard presents The Importance of Being Earnest (in 30 minutes). When best friends Jack and Algernon propose to their unsuspecting romantic interests under the guise of the same alter ego, Ernest, they never thought the two girls would meet. When they do, chaos ensues. Come enjoy all the wit of Oscar Wilde in less than half the time. Caleb Ashlock has chosen to entertain you with Action News: Now With 10% More Action! A newsworthy, actiony fun-pit featuring all the best newscasters you’ve never heard of! Tonight your Action News team brings you all the news you maybe wouldn’t hear anywhere else! Both performances feature a dessert bar and lots of fellowship. Admission is a freewill donation. We look forward to seeing you there!
Looking for a relaxing afternoon of music? We have the solution to your need. On February 21st The Maker’s Dozen and Low Rent District will be performing in the Calvary Lutheran High School auditorium starting at 2pm. The Maker’s Dozen are a group of men from Immanuel Lutheran Church known for their bluegrass gospel music. Low Rent District features very talented students from Calvary Lutheran High School. Admission is a free-will donation that will help defray transportation costs for the youth groups from Immanuel Lutheran Church in Honey Creek, St. John’s Lutheran Church in Schubert and St. John’s Lutheran Church in Stringtown when they attend the National Lutheran Youth Gathering this July in New Orleans. Come and enjoy a wonderful afternoon of entertainment!! Snacks will be available!!