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LHNW Class of 2022 Information
Registration cards are available from the School Office. Call 248-852-6677 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request that one be mailed to you. The registration fee is $100 if submitted by 1/31/18, $150 by 2/28/18, $200 by 4/30/18, $250 by 6/30/18, $300 by 8/15/18 and $350 after 8/15/18.
- Sections I & II must be filled out both front and back and signed by parents/guardians
- Send to LHNW with your registration fee
- If you are a member of a Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod congregation, Section III should be given to your pastor for his signature. Your church will return that section to the Lutheran High School Association.
Tuition Payment Registration
The Lutheran High School Association partners with SMART Tuition for processing and collecting tuition. There are a variety of payment options available to help with your budget planning. Signing up is quick and easy. Please enroll at www.enrollwithsmart.com within one week of submitting your registration card.
Applying for Need-Based Financial Assistance
A significant percentage of our families qualify for financial assistance. To start the application process, go to www.smartaidforparents.com beginning November 15, 2017. LHNW’s school ID code is 12937. You do not need to have completed the registration process in order to apply.
Placement Testing (Saturday, November 18 or Saturday, January 20, 9AM-Noon)
It is important that prospective students take this free test to help determine course selections for high school. Please register in advance by contacting Mrs. Mary Gutenkunst at 248-852-6677 or email@example.com. All supplies will be provided on the day of the test.
Registration & Curriculum Night (Thursday, January 25, 7PM)
Families will have the opportunity to review placement test results, receive an overview of the LHNW curriculum, and learn about specific options for 9th grade course selections. Attendees will also be able to sign up for a scheduling appointment in April.
9th Grade Class Scheduling (Tuesday-Thursday, April 10-12)
Registered students and their parents will meet one-on-one with an Administrator to select classes for the 2018-19 school year. Current grades, teacher recommendations, and placement test results will be used as evaluation tools to help in class selections. The appointment usually takes 10-15 minutes. Choose a time that works for you at Registration & Curriculum Night or call the School Office at 248-852-6677.
All freshmen must have a physical on file before school starts in August. This physical exam must be given after April 15, 2018. You will receive the Michigan High School Athletic Association Medical History form when you come in to schedule classes in April. Current physical information must be on file in the office, along with a copy of immunization records, in order for your child to participate in P.E. classes and any athletic activity. There are no exceptions.