2 Corinthians 5:17
LHS Chooses 2 Corinthians 5:17 as 2017-2018 School Theme
The theme for the 2017-2018 school year comes from 2 Corinthians 5:17. . . "Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come." (ESV)
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A+ Program
LHSKC Named an A+ School
The Lutheran High School of Kansas City has recently been designated an A+ High School in the State of Missouri.
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Dr. StelmachowiczThank You! Thank You! 

The 29th “Affair of the Heart” dinner auction has come and gone.  We certainly proved that LHSKC “Loves Kansas City.”  We celebrate a community of believers who support Lutheran secondary education.  We are proud of our accomplishments and proud of our devoted friends who support us faithfully each year.  We are happy that we added to that list of friends this year.  A huge Thank You to all of those who were responsible for the event. The list is long and it includes our auction committee, the office staff, teachers, and volunteers who set up, worked the floor that evening, and cleaned up the next day.  Most importantly, I would like to thank our students who worked the event.  The entire event is designed to improve their opportunities at LHSKC.  Once again, thanks so much for your support.

Dick KlattIn memory of Richard “Dick” Klatt. . .Dick went to his heavenly home on April 8th.  Dick was a giant when it came to serving his Lord.  He began that service in 1960 upon graduation from Concordia Chicago (River Forest).  He served at many a Lutheran High School along the way.  He began his high school ministry at Milwaukee Lutheran High as a religion teacher and a football and baseball coach.  He then began his administrative career as principal at Cleveland Lutheran High (Lutheran East today) in 1974.  From there he journeyed to Denver Lutheran to lead that school as its principal.  In 1986 he became principal of Orange Lutheran High in California, The Lutheran High School of Kansas City was his next stop as principal and those years were from 1992-1998.  Dick finished his service at Salt Lake City Lutheran High.  Of course, LHSKC knew Dick not only as a principal, but also as a grandfather of Zach, T.J., and Mickie - all graduates of our school.

Dick will always be remembered for his “flat top” hair style, his Corvettes, his cowboy boots, his love of sports, his family, and, most importantly, his Lord.  I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to visit with Dick each year over the past ten years.  He would always share fond memories of his service here in Kansas City.  While we mourn the loss of another saint, we rejoice with his family and celebrate the life he lived.  “Well done, thou good and faithful servant.”

In His Service,

                                                                                         Dr. Cary Stelmachowicz