Thank you for your interest in Bishop Luers High School. Bishop Luers High School offers a faith-based, college prepatory curriculum. The education that our students receive is based on a fifty-five year tradition of excellence. At Bishop Luers, we educate the whole child: spiritually, academically and socially. By enrolling your student at Bishop Luers, you will be able to ensure a caring environment for your student. Advanced placement, dual credit, honors, and academic classes are available. Ninety-five percent of the graduates from the class of 2015 chose to continue their education at the college level.
Here are just a handful of reasons that we believe Bishop Luers is the best choice for students:
Please contact Bishop Luers with any questions or concerns that you may have. We invite and encourage you to visit and experience Bishop Luers first hand. Your student can spend a day shadowing a Luers student. Call (260) 456-1261 x3139 to plan a visit or to receive more information about Bishop Luers.
Total of 39 faculty members, all holding at least BS or BA degrees and more than half holding advanced degrees; all certified by the state of Indiana. Bishop Luers has a guidance and counseling departments, a pastoral minister and a chaplain.
543 Students and 486 Families
College preparatory curriculum with Honors or Academic classes. Advanced Placement (AP) classes offered in English, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies.
Dual Credit Classes:
Students can take college level classes from IPFW, and Trine University and have them count for high school and college credit simultaneously. Courses are taught at Bishop Luers by Bishop Luers teachers in the following classes: Theatre Arts (W210) (W134), Business (W100), Elementary Psychology (PSY1200), Economics (E200). Dual Credit in Theology is offered through St. Francis University.
Bishop Luers High School offers two diplomas: Core 40: 49 credits and Academic Honors: 52 credits