Hat's off to the Class of 2023! Faculty, family, and friends were on hand on Saturday, May 13th, at the Williams Boulevard Baptist Church to celebrate the 53rd Commencement Exercises of Lutheran High School. Pastor Nare lead all in prayer offering a special blessing to our graduates. Geoff Jenny, LHS Class of 1990, shared words of wisdom and officially welcomed our graduates into the Lutheran High Alumni family. Once a Gryphon, Always a Gryphon! Senior Class President Alex Rivers gave the class address and led the class in the tassel ceremony. On behalf of the Class of 2023, and in honor of Mother's Day, Principal Hernandez shared sweet memories and adjectives from the Class of 2023. Mr. Leonard Lewis, III, representing the Board of Directors, assisted with the awarding of diplomas. We were also blessed with a beautiful rendition of "A Clare Benediction" by the Lutheran High choir. Special thanks to our Lutheran High School Board of Directors as we celebrate LHS' newest alumni!
On Wednesday, May 10th, the Class of 2023 celebrated Baccalaureate at the First English Lutheran Church with their family, friends, and teachers. An awards ceremony and senior athletic recognition followed the service. Thank you to Pastor Nare for sharing his message, senior advisors Ms. Loughmiller and Mr. Scriber for coordinating, our senior student readers, our Lutheran High families, our administration, and our faculty and staff. Thank you as well to First English Lutheran Church for hosting us. #Class of 2023!
Seniors Alex and Jarmail helped Coach Scriber end the 2023 Track and Field season with a splash! #FridayFunday #GeauxGryphons #lhstrackandfield
An annual tradition at Lutheran High, students in Mr. Scriber's Physics class put their engineering skills to the test during a whole school bridge-breaking event! Bridges needed to meet strict building materials criteria and be able to hold weight without breaking. The winning bridge held 58 lbs, the runner-up held 53 lbs, followed by bridges holding 48 and 13 lbs respectively. Awesome job, Gryphons!
Students in American History class, accompanied by Mr. Brackvitch and Mrs. Lagarde, toured the world renowned World War II Museum on Friday, April 28th. Students explored the museum and experienced the interactive film, Beyond All Boundaries. Students also checked out the lobby of the Higgins Hotel, the official hotel of the WW II Museum. The hotel is named after Andrew Higgins, who designed and built over 20,000 boats in New Orleans that were used in every major amphibious assault of World War II. Afterwards, students enjoyed lunch at Magazine Pizza near the museum.
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