Lutheran schools across northeast Indiana will host open houses from noon until 3 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 24.
“During our annual open houses, families can see firsthand what an attractive opportunity our schools provide,” says Mark Muehl, executive director of The Lutheran Schools Partnership.
While most Lutheran schools have scheduled open houses on Jan. 24, Bethlehem Lutheran School in Ossian will host its open house on Sunday, Feb. 14, from noon until 3 p.m. In addition, St. Peter-Immanuel Lutheran School in Decatur will hold a second open house on Thursday, March 13, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
“The Lutheran Schools are 18 distinctive and vibrant learning communities. While each campus is unique, they all share a common goal of providing children with a high-quality, Christ-centered education,” Muehl says. “And our schools are close to just about everyone—in small communities, in the suburbs, and in urban areas.”
Muehl notes that several Lutheran schools participate in Indiana’s Choice Scholarship program. “With the growing popularity of Choice Scholarships, more low- and middle-income parents can now consider the option of enrolling their children in Lutheran schools.”
The mission of The Lutheran Schools Partnership is to serve The Lutheran Schools by providing vital services that promote enrollment growth, secure third-source funding, achieve academic excellence, and develop teachers and administrators. The Lutheran Schools comprise preschools, 17 elementary schools, and Concordia Lutheran High School in northeast Indiana.