Student Life

Lutheran North’s Student Life

Students eating lunch on lawn

The student body has approximately 340 students. The cultural diversity of the school is unique within the St. Louis private / parochial school system. Lutheran North has maintained a balanced black / white student population since the early 80′s. This diversity is not only in ethnicity, but in Christian denominations and many other areas. It has created a community that has a rich array of viewpoints, perspectives and experiences.

Approximately fifty percent of the school’s students come from local Lutheran churches with the remaining fifty percent from other denominations of the Christian faith. Approximately sixty five percent of the students come from local Lutheran feeder schools. The diversity of the student body at Lutheran High North better equips students for the interdependence of life in the 21st century.

The extra-curricular program is well-know and respected in the St. Louis community. The Crusaders have finished in the top four in state competition thirty times. This includes fourteen state championship titles. These accomplishments have been in football, basketball, baseball, tennis, boys track, and girls track.

The fine arts department offers opportunity in choral music, instrumental music, drama and musical presentations. Students can participate in peer ministry and student government. Clubs such as the Future Business Leaders of America, World Cultures Club, Student Ambassadors, Mathematics Club and Chess Club are a part of the extra-curricular program. Over 90% of our student body is involved in extra-curricular activities of some type while in attendance at Lutheran North.

LHSN Handbook 13-14 (1.8 MiB)