From Staff Reports
Fort Wayne has gone a bit batty with the help from students.
Senior Ethel Taylor, with help from the CLHS service club and various other helpers, created six bat houses to distribute around Fort Wayne, including in Concordia’s Our Creator’s Classroom. Continue reading “New bat houses in Fort Wayne”
Prom this year will be held at the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum (1600 S. Wayne St Auburn, IN) from 8-11pm on May 13th. Tickets will be on sale during lunches starting April 19th. Ticket prices from April 19th until May 5th are $40 dollars for a single student or $70 for a couple. Continue reading “Information for Prom”
By: Kylie Steele ‘17
For my 19th birthday this year, I decided to “taint” my skin with an irreversible mark. Something that most parents would cringe over if their children were getting the forsaken tattoo.
I decided to get my tattoo to have a physical representation of what God supplies me with so that it’s a constant reminder to heal my thoughts. I got a cross with the compass directions of North, South, East, and West to show that God has direction of my life. I have anxiety and depression so this tattoo calms my sad anxious heart. Continue reading “Permanent: The Story Behind My Tattoo”
By Kylie Steele ’17
Craig Patterson came to talk to CLHS students on April 13 about being an attorney.
Patterson graduated from Concordia in 1984. He has high regards for this new Lunch and Learn program because he never had a program like that back when he was in school. Continue reading “Learning to be a lawyer”
Kami Rieck: Junk Ditch Brewing Company
Approximately two months ago, I began submitting resumés for a hostess position to a majority of the local restaurants in Fort Wayne in hopes of finding a new job. Within 24 hours, Junk Ditch Brewing Company, which is located downtown, got back to me and offered me the position.
Continue reading “A day in the life of a hostess”
By Kami Rieck
April 28, 2017 marks the day where alumni will become judges. Winners will be announced, and the audience will be laughing all night long. Continue reading “CLHS to repeat success of Comedy Festival”
Check out the story on 2016 graduate Andrew Bower! He is a Huntington University student destined for Broadway. (And the story was written by one of our former teachers, Alicia Drier!) Click here to see the story.