|The latest news and updates from Lutheran North|
|Sem Game Champs |
The Lutheran North and Lutheran South basketball teams battled each other for the annual bragging rights at the Sem Games in February. The Crusader varsity girls & boys teams both brought home wins after hard-fought and exciting competition. A special thank you to the alumni who joined us in cheering on the teams!
C Boys - LN 26 LS 50 JV Girls - LN 26 LS 44 JV Boys - LN 58 LS 51
Varsity Girls - LN 69 LS 57 Varsity Boys - LN 79 LS 67
|Summer Fun at Lutheran North||Shield Society Dinner |
|Looking for a great experience for your kids this summer? At Lutheran North, you'll find athletics, enrichment and education camps just right for your child. For four consecutive fun-filled weeks, a variety of morning sessions and afternoon sessions are offered. Register by May 1 for an early-bird discount at LNcrusaders.org/summer. ||More than 130 alumni, donors, and friends of Lutheran North gathered at Third Degree Glass Factory for an appreciation dinner in March. Art students exhibited their work as LN teacher, Mike Lorenz, detailed how his teacher, Peter Richenburg, inspired him to pursue his passion. Lorenz explained the importance of creative thinking and thanked alumni and donors who make it possible for all students to receive a Lutheran education. Learn more about the Shield Society and its impact on our school.|
|Join us for Crusader Summer Academy, camps designed for children age 6 -14.|
|Keeping Up With Our Alumni |
|ALUMNI UPDATE: Portia Britt, LN '07, is a recipient of the St. Louis American Foundation's Salute to Young Leaders award. Portia, who is an assistant prosecuting attorney in St. Louis County, is one of 20 African-American professionals under age 40 recognized by the foundation.|
Upon graduation from Lutheran North, Portia attended Washington University and then the University of Missouri - Columbia for law school. She interned with the Congressional Black Caucus and volunteers with several organizations dedicated to the advancement of minorities, those suffering from mental illness, and other underserved populations. At the St. Louis County Prosecutor’s Office, her caseload primarily focuses on domestic violence.
|MEET A CRUSADER: Cain Hayes is a 1987 graduate of Lutheran North who coincidentally, lived across the street from campus during his time as a student.|
Today, he's the President and CEO of Gateway Health and is sharing how health involves more than just physical care – it involves financial, mental, emotional, and social needs, as well. All of those needs must be addressed to build healthy communities.
|JOIN US IN PRAYING FOR OUR CRUSADERS ON THE FRONT LINES: Will you join us in praying for the Crusaders working on the front lines during COVID-19? From nurses to doctors, truck drivers and many other essential workers, our Crusader family is coming together to pray for their safety. |
|Atwater Named to the Hall of Fame |
|One of the greatest athletes in Lutheran North's history has been named to the Pro Football Hall of Fame! Congratulations to Steve Atwater, LN '84, for his election into the 2020 Class. The former Denver Bronco and Arkansas Razorback will be inducted later this year in a ceremony in Canton, Ohio. "When I started my football carer I never imagined I would be able to attain these levels of achievement," Atwater said.|
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|Coming Soon: Upcoming Events|
|Lutheran High School Class of 1960 60th reunion - Details TBD|
|Graduation Lutheran North will hold its commencement at a date TBD amid COVID-19.|
|Crusader Summer Academy Kick-off your kids' summer with rookie sports or soccer camp, followed by basketball, photography, ceramics, and more! Register online at LNcrusaders.org/summer|
|Lutheran North Class of 1970|
Please tentatively plan to join us in fall for a 50th reunion celebration! Friday, Sept. 11 football game at Lutheran North followed by a gathering Saturday, Sept. 12 at the Clubhouse at Lake St. Louis. Time and details TBD. A Cardinals game on Sunday, Sept. 13 is also in the works.
The classes of 1996, 2000, and 2004 are planning reunions. Be sure to save the date!