By Logan Krinn
With a successful season so far, Concordia’s JROTC Drill Teams continue to flourish at their competitions. The Cadets made their way to down to Indianapolis for the IPS Drill Meet. Continue reading “Cadets stay strong at JROTC drill meets”
By Faith Poor ’18
Well, it’s that time of the year again.
The sun begins to stay out just a little bit longer, the air begins to warm up, and high school softball team begins their intense and cutthroat season. Continue reading “Softball eager to take on season after tough losses last year”
From staff reports
Next school year, Concordia Lutheran High School will offer a new program in biomedical science.
Students will have the opportunity to take the class through the Project Lead The Way (PLTW) program. Continue reading “CLHS adopts Project Lead the Way’s biomedical program”
By Kaylee Harwood
The 2016 Concordia Football team has made school history this year and has won the Indiana Class 3A Football Title. Along with the state title comes state rings for all of the players and those associated with the football team. Continue reading “Championship rings to be presented Friday”
By Mikayla Baumgarte
This past weekend the CLHS drama department performed a “new-fashioned” musical called “Hello! My Baby” directed by Chris Murphy. While the plot is original, all of the songs are from other musicals and have their lyrics changed to fit “Hello! My Baby.” Continue reading “Review: Great casting in ‘Hello! My Baby’”
From Staff Reports
Film and animation experts from around the country and locally will be judging Concordia’s second-annual Comedy Festival.
Entries are currently being accepted for the festival which will take place at 7 p.m. April 28 in Neff 101 at IPFW. All Fort Wayne-area middle school and high school students may enter. Categories include comedy, action/suspense/thriller, documentary (long-form journalism), and animation. All entries are free. Visit www.ConcordiaComedyFestival.com for all of the details. Entries are due Feb. 24.