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Curriculum

At LHN we strive to assist students in preparing for their future. A rigorous academic curriculum within a strong spiritual community is the foundation of our philosophy. Through daily prayer, religious instruction and contact with Christian teachers, students are provided with opportunities to grow closer to Jesus Christ while preparing for their post-graduation endeavors.

The academic expectations of Lutheran High North can be seen in its college preparatory curriculum. LHN’s student body comes from a broad range of academic backgrounds. Students are challenged in their studies and expected to work toward performance at a high level.

Excellence in Academics - Meaningful Ministry

Excellence in Academics at LHN is defined by a faculty who:

  • Demand excellence in work submitted
  • Are creative with their approach to learning
  • Make learning relevant
  • Create a learning atmosphere
  • Are life-long learners in their field of expertise
  • Care for the whole child
 

Meaningful Ministry at LHN is defined first by the purposeful use of God’s word daily and across the curriculum. Meaningful Ministry is seen in the caring relationships and atmosphere that exist on campus. Those relationships are possible because Christ first loved us, and our response is to love one another.


Most of the academic courses students take at Lutheran High North are determined by state requirements. Our curriculum guide outlines the various plans for graduation. Students are given a choice for required electives according to their interests and passions for music, art, athletics, science, technology and more.

While there are many choices at Lutheran High North that allow for a well-rounded education, we encourage students to challenge themselves according to their own abilities in order to better provide for success in their future endeavors.

 
 
LHN provides a superior academic experience integrated with a consistent, Christian approach to learning and meaningful ministry.
 
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