Bishop Luers High School We Are The Light Of The World

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Principal Welcome

Thank you for your interest in Bishop Luers High School. Bishop Luers High School offers a faith-based, college preparatory curriculum. The education that our students receive is based on a sixty 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-one percent of the graduates from the class of 2018 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:

  1. The ability to openly share and grow in the Catholic faith.
  2. Opportunities to serve God and neighbor. 
  3. A rich tradition of incorporating Gospel values into education.
  4. A commitment to excellence.
  5. A dedicated and caring staff.
  6. A student to teacher ratio of 20:1
  7. Involvement in a variety of clubs and sports, including a championship Show Choir, athletic, and academic teams.
  8. A diverse student body.
  9. Strong academics that have resulted in thousands of dollars in scholarships awarded to the class of 2018.
  10. You are a name…not a number. We care!

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 Mrs. Andorfer at (260) 456-1261 x3139 to plan a visit or to receive more information about Bishop Luers.



Director of Admissions

Jenny Andorfer (Class of '81)
Bachelor of Arts degree from Ball State University in 1985, degree in marketing and sales with a minor in German. My husband, Mark, is also a Bishop Luers High School graduate of the Class of 1981. We have four children, all of whom attended Bishop Luers, and two grandchildren. 
“My mom always said that because I loved high school so much I should be a 'professional high school student' – I guess that has come true because I truly do love working at Luers, and some days I feel like I never left!”