|Campus Tour Dates|
We would enjoy welcoming prospective students and parents to our campus for a tour. Please contact Amy Bramson in our Admissions Office at 714/998-5151 x603
|Q. ||When do we start the application process?|
|A. ||We begin the application process in the fall of the student's 8th grade year (for incoming 9th graders). We will host a Prospective Student Open House on our campus on Wednesday, November 5, 2014. Details about the application process will be available at that time, and so will our faculty, staff, and coaches. If you have a current freshman, sophomore or junior student interested in transferring, you are welcome to join us on the Nov. 5 as well.|
|Q. ||What is a rolling admission?|
|A. ||Our Admissions Department currently evaluates prospective student applications based on the date of their interview. Families are encouraged to apply and set their interview as early as possible to insure their applications are evaluated early. We have had several interview nights since November and several rounds of acceptances. We continue to review prospective families based on the date of their interview.|
|Q. ||Do freshmen applicants have to take an entrance exam?|
Applicants to Orange Lutheran need only take a placement test. These are offered on January 17, 2015, and January 31, 2015 at 8:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. This test is administered for placement purposes only, not for admission.
|Q. ||When will my student find out if he/she has been admitted?|
|A. ||For the 2015/2016 school year, we will again be having a rolling admission, with acceptances beginning in early 2015, to those students whose files are complete and who have been interviewed.|
|Q. ||How many freshmen students will be admitted?|
|A. ||Our 2013/2014 school year was an all-time high of 360+ students. We anticipate the 2014/2015 class being the same size.|
Should my student apply even though we’re not Lutheran?
Lutheran High School of Orange County admits students from a variety of religious and ethnic backgrounds.
|Q. ||Do you offer financial aid?|
|A. ||Orange Lutheran has a need-based financial aid program. Additional information can be found here. Please contact our Student Accounts office at (714) 998-5151 Ext. 667 if you require additional assistance.|
|Q. ||What happens if my student was not able to come to the Open House?|
|A. ||We hoped all prospective students would have been able to join us at our Open House to meet our faculty, staff and coaches and see our beautiful campus. However, we understand that there may be other pressing matters for your family. Campus Tours are available. Please click here to access our online registration form.|
|Q. ||Are there other dates available to visit the Orange Lutheran campus?|
|A. ||Definitely! Orange Lutheran offers tours of its campus on the following days:|
To sign-up for a tour, please click here.
- Monday, November 17, 2014 – 1:15 p.m.
- Monday, December 15, 2014 – 9:00 a.m.
- Monday, January 26, 2015 – 1:15 p.m.
- Monday, February 23, 2015 – 9:00 a.m.
If you have additional questions, please contact Amy Bramson at (714) 282-4603.
|Q. ||What is OLu Visitation Day?|
On this special day, we send our student body home for the day and open our campus up to 7th and 8th grade students. Our visitors follow a mock schedule led by our Student Leadership, Ignite Mentor and Ambassador Teams. OLu Visitation Day is scheduled for Friday, October 24, 2014. Click here
if you would like to schedule your student for this day!
Leadership is central to the success of Orange Lutheran High School as a whole. Enjoy a recap of the 3rd Annual Student Leadership Conference hosted on campus.
Remember your first day of high school? Nervous? Scared? Excited? Get an inside look at how Orange Lutheran eases the transition for incoming freshmen and new students.
|Ask the Experts|
Want to know what makes Orange Lutheran High School unlike any other high school? Click on the image above to see what the experts have to say about Orange Lutheran.
Lancers Own the Moments That Matter
Orange Lutheran Visitation Day took place on Oct. 24. Visitation Day is when 7th and 8th graders from across Orange County pay a visit to the Orange Lutheran campus and spend a day with our students, getting an early glimpse into what it's like to be a Lancer.
Check out the recap video from last year's Visitation Day.