Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Racine Lutheran announces scholarships and tuition grants

Racine Lutheran High School is currently registering students for the 2010-11 school year, and scholarships and tuition grants are an important element to families.

The school was pleased to award Racine Lutheran High scholarships to Valedictorians and Salutatorians from several Christian elementary schools this year. Congratulations and wishes for future success to:
  • Concordia Lutheran School Valedictorian Amy Dahlquist and Salutatorian Austin Krieger 
  • Racine Christian School Co-Valedictorians Lindsey Czernicki, Jean Jensen, and Abby Parsons 
  • St. John's Lutheran School Valedictorian Carrissa Naegeli and Salutatorian Timothy Boeselager 
  • Trinity Lutheran School Co-Valedictorians Sarah Aumann and Rachel Cooke, Salutatorian Miranda Richio 
Tuition Grants 
In addition, Racine Lutheran has a pool of $100,000 in scholarships and tuition grants available to incoming students. Families should contact the school immediately to apply. Requests are assessed by a third-party payment service (FACTS) to ensure equal opportunity.

Students coming from supporting Lutheran churches are eligible for tuition discounts. Also, students from other area Christian Schools may take advantage of Christian Education Commitment grants.

Principal Randy Baganz notes, “Tuition breaks down to only $18 a day to send your teen to Racine Lutheran for an outstanding education in a Christian environment, smaller classes with personal attention, great sports and fine arts programs, plus a cleaner, safer environment. Parents and students tell us that an education at Racine Lutheran makes a life-long difference in keeping young lives on a straight track to successful living.”

“Racine Lutheran offers the lowest tuition of all private schools in Racine County – from 20-50% less. The school also offers discounts for two or more students from the same family, payment plans for affordable monthly payments, and an arrangement with Educator’s Credit Union for loans. Payment contributions from grandparents are also a popular gift for students. About 50% of our students receive tuition assistance of some kind.

“If your family is interested in Christian education for your teen, tuition grants and scholarships - plus affordable payment plans – can open the door to a better high school experience.” 

Call Randy Baganz or Bonnie Christensen at (262) 637-6538 for a personal tour and planning session.

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