News and Announcements


Prom is Friday, May 4, 2018 at Italian Cultural Center from7pm to 11pm. Tickets are on sale after school in the media center. Tickets start at $40. On April 23 pice increases to $50. The last day to purchase prom tickets is April 27,2018. In order to buy a ticket students must have a contract signed by a parent. Contracts are available in the office. Students should have the names of friends they want to be seated with and buy tickets as a group. Table seating is limited to 10 people.
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SHREK the Musical

The Theatre Department is excited to entertain you this coming weekend with their performances of "Shrek The Musical". Tickets for $10 are available at the door one hour before showtime - Friday, April 27 @ 7pm and Saturday, April 28 @ 2pm & 7pm.
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LHN Night at Jimmy Johns Field (Senior Recognition)

You and your family are invited to join us for an evening of fun, entertainment and baseball at Jimmy John’s Field!
Eastside Diamond Hoppers vs Utica Unicorns. Saturday May 12th - Gates open at 6pm - Game time 7:05pm.
Patio ticket, all you can eat buffet, unlimited soft drinks - $32 per person. 3 years and younger are FREE. Deadline to purchase tickets is May 4th.
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The Role of Authority in Education

Make plans now to attend a presentation on The Role of Authority in Education on Saturday, April 28, from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at Lutheran High School North. A Biblical understanding of authority is important in our families, our relationships, and in our schools. The world’s understanding of authority often clashes with God’s view. Learn more about why it’s crucial to cultivate the proper understanding of authority in our families and in our schools. Reverend Chris Thoma of Our Savior Evangelical Lutheran Church in Hartland, Michigan and Rachel Greb, teacher and Dean of Academic Affairs at Oakdale Academy in Waterford, will be two of the speakers.
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Host families needed!!!

The LHSA is in need of host families for a number of international students who would like to attend Lutheran North in the 2018-19 school year. Please consider opening your home to one of these young people; the experience of having a person from another part of the world join your family can be quite rewarding for your family as well as the international student. If this is something you are willing to do, or would like more information about this opportunity, please contact Julie Hoegeman at the LHSA. There is monthly compensation for being a host family.
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2019 Trip to Iceland

If you missed the Iceland meeting and you are interested, please click on the link to view the PowerPoint. Also, information brochures are available on the office counter. There are still open spots! Please note the deadlines on the last slide. Please email Mr. Alex Schlump if you have any questions.
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LHN is on TV!!

Recently, the Mustang Spirit Club purchased a Pixellot camera for the main gymnasium. This camera is fully automated with advanced technologies and is used at the World Cup. Together with the NFHS and the MHSAA, Lutheran North fans will be able to live stream, and also later watch, any contest footage that takes place in our main gym.
To watch, go to, search for "Lutheran North, Macomb", and register as a new user. There is a small cost for a subscription, for the length of time you determine, to view live and more recent videos. However, LHN will receive a portion of that subscription payment.
This means when you are on the road, even in another country, or just unable to see your favorite Mustang team in action, you can choose to watch it on your computer or mobile device.
The first events to be live streamed will be the December 5 Lady Mustang basketball vs Ladywood game.
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School Closings

Also time to prepare for school closings in case of weather conditions. When winter weather makes its appearance, you will need to check with local radio and TV stations to find out if LHN may be closed. Look for our school on the list along with other area schools. Families who live in rural areas should use their judgment in sending children to school when roads are snow or ice covered. In such cases, parents must send a note stating the absence or tardy is due to the weather.
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