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School Profile

Current Enrollment

543 Students and 486 Families

 

 

Faculty

Total of 39 faculty members, all holding at least BS or BA degrees and nearly half holding advanced degrees; all certified by the state of Indiana. Bishop Luers has a guidance department with two counselors, a pastoral minister and a chaplain.

Student/Teacher Ratio     15:1     

Average Class Size          20

Average Years of Teaching Experience      10 years

% with Masters Degree or Above                43%

In Process Working on Master Degree        16% 

 

Religious Affiliations of Students

79% Catholic representing 23 parishes
21% Other Faiths 

 

Diversity

59%  White
21%  Hispanic
13%  Black
4%  Multi-racial
2%  Asian  

 

Class of 2018

 

Graduation Rate                                                96%

College Bound                                                   91%

Academic Honors Diploma Received                38%

College Scholarships Awarded                         40%

Scholarship Awards for 4 Years                       $4.7 million

Military Careers Pursued                                  1%

Participated in 2 or more sports/activities         85%

 

Curriculum

College preparatory curriculum with Honors or Academic classes. Advanced Placement (AP) classes offered in English, Calculus I & II, Biology, Chemistry, Government and U.S. History.  We also offer a STEM class. 

 

Dual Credit Classes

Students can take college level classes from IPFW, Vincennes University and Trine University and have the credit count for high school and college credit simultaneously. Courses are taught at Bishop Luers by Bishop Luers teachers in the following classes:  Advanced Theatre Arts, Fundamentals of Performance, Introduction to Business, PreCalculus/Trigonometry, Biology, Elementary Psychology and Economics. 

 

Diplomas

Bishop Luers High School offers two diplomas: Core 40:   49 credits and Academic Honors:  52 credits