The Concordia High School family is committed to developing Upright Hearts and Skillful Hands.


Founded in 2002 , Concordia High School is a Christian, accredited, college preparatory school.

We exist to provide a college preparatory environment where students can achieve their potential by being provided an excellent academic program and meaningful extra-curricular activities in order to develop their God given talents and skills.


Students And Parents Love It Here.

For my daughter’s entire private Christian school career (K-11 so far!) we have been told by different people that we needed to pull her out of Christian schools and put her in public schools where she can be academically challenged and have greater academic opportunities available to her. I am thrilled to testify that God can provide not only Christian beliefs and values in school but also academic challenges and avenues for soaring. So far she has scored a 36 (out of 36) on the ACT and a 1550 (out of 1600) on the SAT and plans to take the SAT again to see if she can get a higher score.

She is very thankful and grateful for her time at CHS and how the school and teachers have shaped her as a person. Thank you for the generous support of her educational goals! The teachers at CHS have bent over backwards to help her soar in her academics and offer her all sorts of extra challenges.

Blessings to the faculty and staff and many thanks for your tireless work for the students at CHS!

— Beth Crowe, Parent of the class of 2019 & 2021
“It has been a gift to me to be able to watch how the faculty and staff at Concordia High School help your students develop into responsible young adults.”
— Amy Braveman, Current Tutor to CHS Students
“My child was loved, and Concordia’s teachers showed her what it meant to find true joy in living her life in Christ. Thank God for this place and for these teachers!”
— Rev. Walt Pohland, Parent of class of 2010
“What we believe sets Concordia apart, is they’ve really mastered the environment of encouragement. The students are encouraged to be involved, whether it’s drama, science olympiad, or sports, the staff and students welcome first time participants and bring out the best in them.”
— Mindy Frye, Parent of the class of 2018 & 2020
“I came to Concordia High School not knowing really anyone. The family atmosphere made me feel comfortable coming into my freshman year. The students and teachers all made me feel welcome and the love of Jesus that was shown to me made me feel like I belonged. Because of our school’s small size, I have been able to pursue my passions, as well as develop new ones. Concordia has changed me as a person and has helped me grow in my faith in Christ.”
— Tristan Winkelman, 2017 Graduate