This form is currently closed. It will be available for submission on January 1, 2022.
The following scholarships are for students who have been accepted to Lutheran High for their freshman year of high school. Please be aware that each applicant's first semester Math, English, Science, and Social Studies grades for the current school year will be requested from our Student Services office as part of the qualification for these scholarships. Families do not need to provide these grades.
This completed form must be received by April 15, 2022.
If you have specific questions regarding these scholarships, please contact Assistant Head of School, Dr. Doug Kuhlmann at firstname.lastname@example.org
There are four scholarships included in this application form. All applicants must:
* Be involved in extracurricular activities
* Have demonstrated leadership potential
* Been accepted to Lutheran High prior to April 15, 2022.
Descriptions of these scholarships are listed below. Students may apply for more than one scholarship if they meet the criteria provided.
LHS Community Leadership Scholarship: - Lutheran High School seeks opportunities to recognize and reward students who exemplify “The Cougar Way” through their leadership and actions in the classrooms and in the general community. To that end, up to five LHS Community Leadership Awards of $500 each will be awarded each year to the top incoming freshmen who are not members of our Association Congregations. This $500 tuition scholarship will be awarded each year of high school provided that the student maintains a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA and remains in good standing at LHS.
Derek Griffitts Memorial Scholarship: - The Derek Griffitts Memorial Scholarship is established and funded by The Derek Griffitts Foundation in loving memory of Derek Griffitts, LHS Class of 2016. Their commitment speaks to the impact LHS had on their son. Derek loved Lutheran High School - he loved his classmates, athletics, his coaches, his teachers, and his classes. He loved the feeling of "family." Derek’s parents, Harry and Denise Griffitts, want to share these opportunities with other young people. Applicants do NOT have to attend a Lutheran church or school to be eligible. This $1,000 nonrenewable tuition scholarship is for one year only.
Justice Simmonds Memorial Scholarship: The Justice Simmonds Memorial Scholarship Fund was established in memory of Justice Simmonds, LHS Class of 2020. Justice loved Robotics and was an active member of the LHS Roboteers. He was dearly loved by his classmates and friends. This $1,000 nonrenewable tuition scholarship is for one year only. To be considered for this scholarship the student must meet the following criteria: * Must be an active and willing participant in Robotics activities at Lutheran High School * Must be a good student and in good standing in the LHS community * Demonstrate a need for assistance for tuition-related expenses at LHS.
Coach V Memorial Scholarship: The Dave “Coach V” Viviano Memorial Scholarship was established by Pat Viviano and her children in loving memory of their husband and father, Dave. Coach V spent 40+ years as a basketball coach at Lutheran High School, Immanuel, St. Charles, and Grace Chapel. This $500 nonrenewable tuition scholarship is for one year only. To be considered for this scholarship the student must meet the following criteria: *Must be a female student in good standing at her middle school.