Bishop Luers High School We Are The Light Of The World

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About Bishop Luers

“LUERS SPIRIT can be described in one word:  FAMILY.  Like any family, we protect, help and accept each other.  We’re one big melting pot.  Each of us has a different story, a unique character, a special quality that without it, Luers would not be the same.  You do not get that at any other high school.  At other high schools, you are a number, sometimes a name, but at Luers, you are truly somebody that everyone will remember if you give them a chance.”    BLHS Student Ambassador, Class of 2015

IMPORTANT FACTS FOR PARENTS

  • Current enrollment: 587 students
  • Student/Teacher Ratio: 16:1
  • Teachers with Master's Degree: 43%.
  • Average years of teaching experience: 10 years
  • College bound students: 92% in 2017
  • Graduation Rate: 99% in 2017
  • Racial/Ethnic Minorities: 41%
  • Non-Catholic Students: 22%
  • Bishop Luers graduates now seminarians: 6
  • Fully accredited by the North Central Educators Association and the Indiana Department of Education
  • Academic Honors Diplomas Received: 41%
Luers Spirit

It's not just a motto. Luers Spirit is something you can feel at Bishop Luers. Our goal is to help students develop spiritually, academically, and socially.

Our commitment to Luers Spirit has produced an impressive graduation rate, remarkable record of athletic achievement, and a safe and socially rewarding student experience.

Our graduates include a large number of successful professionals and business owners, and many more become leaders in their communities all across America. In this way, the true meaning of Luers Spirit reaches far beyond our family of graduates.

Please plan a visit to our school and experience our Luers Spirit firsthand.

Mission of Bishop Luers

Bishop Luers High School is a Catholic educational community that instills in each student dignity, integrity, respect and responsibility. Nurtured by Catholic truths each student is able to face the challenges in his or her own life spiritually, academically, and socially while serving God and others in a global and changing society.

"We are the Light of the World!"