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Senior Hall at Bishop Luers. More photos here.

Starting class with the Prayer of St. Francis. More photos here.

The Bishop Luers Alumni and Friends Golf Outing was Aug. 18 at Brookwood Golf Course.

Class of 2022 welcome photo album, click here.

The official welcoming committee.

Knight of Farewell and Fun for the Class of 2018 was Aug. 1. More photos here.

Celebrating the Golden Knights from the Class of 1968. See more photos here.
Baccalaureate Mass on May 25. Click here photo album.
Bishop Luers' Run With the Knights on May 12. More pictures. Get results at
May Crowning on May 11 during the senior Mass. More photos here.
Class of 2018. More photos here.
Good luck to the Academic Superbowl teams that compete at state level May 5.
Be sure to see "The Sound of Music," April 27-28 at 7:30 p.m., April 29 at 2 p.m.

Graduate Paris McFarthing visits the Intro to Business class on April 30.

John Felts, Class of '04, received the Renaissance Knight Award. Photo album here.
Prayer service on Friday, April 20, remembering those lost at Columbine. More photos.
Sorting books for the Christ Child Society during the Sodalitas Service Day April 11.
Confirmation at Bishop Luers High School on April 9, 2018. More photos here.
Lunch with Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades on April 9. More photos.
Prayers for the 17 victims of the Florida shooting.
Signing condolence to the families of 17 lives lost in Parkland, Florida.
During Catholic Schools Week Bishop Luers High School Show Choir entertained at St. Joseph School, Fort Wayne. Click for photo album.
Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades presents the Light of Learning Award to Mr. Drew Heiniger on Jan. 29.

Thirty Bishop Luers students attended the National March for Life in Washington, D.C. Click on photo for album.

Spanish classes celebrate Our Lady of Guadalupe on Dec. 12.
The Veteran's Day Committee members assemble care packages for veterans. Click on the photo.
Students load the truck on Oct. 6 with items collected in Hope for Harvey. The Junior class collected the most items.
Bishop Luers High School graduate priests gather for a photo with Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades.

Mission Statement:

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.

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