Luers students at their desks, studying intently


The rigorous curriculum at Bishop Luers is designed to develop the whole student, challenging them today to prepare them for tomorrow.

AP/Dual Credit Subjects at Luers: 13

College scholarships awarded: Over $25,000,000

Student/Faculty Ratio: 16:1 with 25% of our Faculty with a Masters or PhD

Bishop Luers High School Performance Reporting

Check out stats from this year and see how our school is doing.

Online Learning

At Bishop Luers, each student has an account with Canvas for online lessons and
resources. Students use Canvas for e-learning days and to supplement in-class activities.

Snow Day Policy

In the event of a snow day, Bishop Luers will implement an e-learning day. Assignments for the day will be posted by 10 a.m. and will be due within two days. Students who do not complete the assignment will be marked absent.

Canvas Access for Parents

All parents will set up a Canvas observer account, linked to their student’s account. This allows instructors to contact students directly. Parents will receive a copy of all instructor emails, in compliance with the Diocesan Internet Usage Policy.

For questions, contact Principal Scott Kreiger (260-456-1261 ext. 3001) or Mandy Allen (

Advanced Curriculum

Students have the opportunity to enrich their educational experience with special course offerings.

  • Advanced Placement (AP) Courses: These classes are available in Math, Science, Social Studies, and English.

  • Honors Courses: These courses count toward an Honors diploma (52 credits).

  • Dual Credit Courses: Students can take these courses for college credit.

  • Fort Wayne Community Schools (FWCS) Career Academy: Juniors and seniors can take these courses to earn hands-on experience and certification in various disciplines before graduation.