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Warrior Experiences

There are several planned opportunities for students of all ages to learn about and visit Lakeside, to take advantage of the resources we have, and help determine whether LLHS is the right secondary school for their family.

Early each school year, Mr. Lauber begins visiting our Federation Lutheran Elementary Schools. On this first recruiting trip of the year, all 8th graders receive all material they need to enroll at Lakeside Lutheran High School. In January begins the future freshmen scheduling for the upcoming fall.
 

Shadow a Warrior

In addition, older students (typically grades 6-12) are always welcome to individually visit campus and/or shadow a current student to help determine whether Lakeside is a good for them. Use a visitor form to help set up this date. (Grade school students who have registered to shadow for a day at Lakeside are welcome to utilize our transportation system as well.)

Lutheran Elementary School Opportunities

September-October
Mr. Lauber travels the federation to meet LES 8th grade students

Late October 
8th grade LLHS Open House
All 8th grade students and parents interested in Lakeside
are invited to a night of supper, information and fun

November
3/4th grades visit Lakeside for fun educational field trip

December
1-hour math test is administered by Mr. Lauber at our LES,
given to 8th grade students interested in Lakeside.

January
“7th Grade Warrior for a Day” at Lakeside 
(All day event intended for all 7th grade students)

February
Kinderfest at Lakeside, arranged through LES kindergarten classrooms

March/April
1st/2nd grades are invited to visit Lakeside for an educational and entertaining field trip

April
6th grade students attend Lakeside spring drama presentation


Heard about
LLHS passports?
When Mr. Lauber visits grade schools each fall, he offers all K–8 students a LLHS "passport." When elementary students come to Lakeside-hosted, high school events here on the LLHS campus and bring their passport, they should look for the stamp table (usually by the ticket table). Not only do they get free admission (some events are free anyway), but after 5 stamps, they win a
T-shirt, and their names go into a drawing for an iPod Touch. After 10 stamps, their names go into a drawing for one of two $500 LLHS scholarships.
Look for this opportunity
at concerts,
plays or varsity home games—we love to see you at
Lakeside Lutheran!
Parents, if your K–8 student doesn’t receive one at school, feel free to ask
at the stamp table.