7th Grade Parent Night at Lutheran High School
(posted by Laurie Neil; 01/11/17)
Lutheran High School will be hosting a 7th grade Night for students interested in attending Lutheran High School in 9th grade. The Open House is on January 19th from 6:30-8:00pm and it's a great time for 7th grade families to come in and get to know LuHi. Families will have a chance to meet teachers and coaches, hear about our culture, learn about our teaching philosophy, and understand the admissions process. For more information please visit www.lhsparker.org
Middle School Dances
(posted by Michele Quintana; 12/28/16)
2016-2017 School Dances
The Student Councils have planned for 3 middle school dances. The first dance was combined with both CP and MB students and took place at the Castle Pines campus. Due to space and other considerations, both Student Councils have decided that the remaining two dances of the year will take place at separate campuses.
For those parents new to the middle school scene, these “dances” are essentially a school social. We try to discourage the kids from asking “dates” or pairing off for these events, and no formal dress is ever required, though the Student Council will sometimes pick an optional fun theme and announce it to their classmates at school. We just want the kids to relax and have fun together!
Cross-campus dances are chaperoned by American Academy middle school staff from both campuses. With the help of a $5.00 admission fee, the student council provides a DJ and snacks for the evening.
All dances take place from 5:30 - 8:00 pm. We do ask that parents please plan to be on time to pick up students – the teacher chaperones are volunteering their Friday evenings so our kids can have a safe and fun place to hang out, and they have already put in a full day of teaching prior to setting up, chaperoning and cleaning up the dances. They are certainly very tired and ready to head home by 8:00 pm and on-time pick-ups are MUCH appreciated.
SCHOOL DANCE DATES: November 4 (Castle Pines), January 20 (at separate campuses), April 7 (at separate campuses)
Dress of Choice Requirements
(posted by Benji Billman; 10/06/16)
Clothes worn by all students during Dress - of - Choice days shall be modest, appropriate, in good condition, and neat in appearance . All clothing should be free of holes or tears, even if by design. Students are not allowed to wear clo thing that contains wording or images that could be interpreted as racial, vulgar or offensive in any way. Tops must be modest in style, having sleeves that cover the shoulder, a shallow neckline and enough length to completely cover the stomach (i.e. tan k tops, sleeveless shirts, cropped t - shirts, and deep v - neck t - shirts are not acceptable). Bottoms must also be modest in style ; skirts and short s must be fingertip length or longer; leggings must be worn with a top or dress that is fingertip length or longer . For safety reasons, sandals, flip - flops and open - toed shoes are not acceptable footwear on any day. All regular student grooming policies regarding hair, hats, jewelry, make - up and nail polish and body art also apply on Dress of Choice Days. Student s not adhering to Dress of Choice guidelines will face the consequences described in the AA Consequence Matrix .