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Luther Prep is a place to discover and develop a wide range of talents, interests, and abilities. Whether
you are interested in sports, music, drama, clubs, friends, or something else, there is something for
everyone at LPS.
Music: Music is a big part of life at LPS. Students have opportunities to develop their gifts and pursue their interest in both vocal and instrumental music by joining one or more of the following:
Chorus (freshman, sophomore, junior/senior)
Prep Singers (an audition only touring choir for upperclassmen)
Symphonic Band
Pep Band
Jazz Band
String Ensemble
Guitar Ensemble
Brass Choir
Ukulele Ensemble
Drama: Three drama productions are performed every year. There is a play each fall, a musical in winter, and a children’s theater performance every spring. Students do the acting, hair and makeup, lighting and sound, and the backstage work.
Activities, Organizations, and Clubs:
Student Council Yearbook Forensics Rock Climbing Club Live Stream Team (stream campus events online) R.O.C.K. Runners (winter running club) Chess Club Camera Club Culture Club Academic Bowl Europe Trip Junior Classical League
Preparing to Serve Luther Prep works to prepare young people for future service in the church, but we believe students should start that service already in high school. Students at LPS have numerous opportunities to get involved and serve others. These opportunities also help students decide if public ministry is for them.
Taste of Ministry: Seniors spend two days “on the job” with a parish pastor or classroom teacher. Ministry Day: Over thirty presenters from all over the country come to Luther Prep to share their various forms of ministry and encourage our students to find their avenue of service.
Project Timothy: Perhaps the most influential ministry experience LPS offers, Project Timothy allows juniors and seniors the chance to travel to a national or foreign mission field to help churches run soccer camps, vacation Bible schools, and other outreach events. Most Project Timothy trips take place during the summer and last about ten days. Recent destinations include the states of Texas, California, Virginia, Georgia, Florida, Alaska, and the countries of Antigua, St. Lucia, Germany, Mexico, and Canada.
Jesus Cares: The local chapter of Jesus Cares Ministries, which serves the developmentally disabled with the gospel, meets on campus each Tuesday evening. LPS students serve as volunteer teachers, helpers, and musicians.
Leading Worship: Students help lead our campus worship in various ways. Choirs, music groups, and individual musicians beautify our services. Students accompany hymns during evening chapel. Senior boys have the opportunity to write and deliver a devotion for evening worship.
Local Congregations: As opportunities arise, LPS students enjoy helping local congregations with outreach events, canvassing efforts, and church music.
Student Council: The LPS student government helps students discover and develop their leadership and organizational skills.
“Use whatever gift you have received to serve others” – 1 Peter 4:10