Welcome to 'Faces of OLu' — a periodic spotlight at the people that make Orange Lutheran High School a unique place to learn, work, serve, pray and play. Find out why Orange Lutheran is more than just a high school.
|Q & A: OLu Alum Matt Hall|
Orange Lutheran alum Matt Hall is finishing his documentary The Longest Road. It wasn't easy, but through the blessings of God, Hall is where he wants to be with his filmmaking career.
|Alum Q & A: Willie Shaw '10|
A few short years after graduating from Orange Lutheran, Willie Shaw is applying lessons learned at OLu to his music career.
|Greene reflects on Greece excursion|
Members of the Lancer Family traveled to Greece this summer in what was an unforgettable experience for Mackenzi Greene and others.
|Marquardt overcomes hurdles, enjoys senior season|
Devastating knee injuries nearly sidelined senior volleyball captain Josh Marquardt during his final season. But through prayer and perserverance, Marquardt overcame what he didn't think he could.
|Q & A: Coach Tom Howard|
Girls basketball coach Tom Howard speaks about the team's recent CIF title and what it took to lift up the girls basketball program after losing Coach Tony Matson in 2009.
|Alumnus on a Prodigal mission|
Matt Hemphill '08, and wife Erin, overcame fear, uncertainty and doubt to found Prodigal Church in Irvine...and things are only looking up from here.
|International students cherish American education|
A chance to enjoy a more extensive education - one that includes religious teachings - has called a number of international students away from their home countries, all the way to Orange Lutheran, where they hope to learn lessons that can equip them for success on a global scale.
|STEM students spend summer planting seeds|
Twenty students in the Orange Lutheran STEM program spent part of their summer completing internships in a few of the most prestigious work environments in Orange County. Two of those students, seniors Tayler Garis and Alec Glisman, had their eyes opened wider than they might have anticipated.
|Lancer is a 'SciGirl'|
PBS cameras follow freshman Ellah Hess as she studies sea life, water quality at Crystal Cove State Beach
In its fifteenth year, the impact of Orange Lutheran's Missions Program extends beyond physical campus
|Praise the Lord!|
New Director of Worship Arts Pam Hansen '80 uses gift of song to reach students, share His word
|Red, white (and blue)!|
Orange Lutheran head baseball coach Eric Borba uses summer to achieve USA coaching dreams
|Lancer to host film festival|
Sophomore Asher Segelken combines deeply-rooted faith with a passion for film to create Rockharbor Film Festival
|Behind the mic|
Lancer alum, Trent Schlom '09, fulfills lifelong dream of working for ESPN
|Talking with the best of 'em|
Orange Lutheran High School's Forensics Society experiencing success in High School Public Debate Program
|#SigningDay - Fall 2013|
Since 2010, 100+ Lancer student-athletes have committed to play intercollegiate athletics at some of America’s finest academic institutions
|Lancers make good music|
Orange Lutheran’s ‘Four Linemen,’ as comfortable singing on stage as they are blocking and tackling, were in tune against Santa Margarita
|"I Am the Face of OLu"|
[Video] Orange Lutheran High School feels extremely grateful to be blessed by God in so many ways on a daily basis — learn why
|Making a splash|
Sophomore water polo attacker Kelsey Tyler earns gold medal in Team USA’s 10-6 victory over Canada
|Blessings in Bishop|
Orange Lutheran's Missions program partners with Central California community to spread God's word
|Concordia University Irvine spotlights Orange Lutheran alum|
By sculpting the Studio Art major to be his own, and through internships with automotive companies such as Mercedes-Benz and Honda, David Dargatz '07 was able to overcome his lifelong academic struggles and explore his passion for design.
|TLC for Tori|
Join the Orange Lutheran community this Saturday in support of Tori Cahill '12
|King of the pool|
Orange Lutheran names veteran coach, Steve Carrera, new director of aquatics
Alum Jeff Hall '89 honors America's greatest heroes
|Freshmen think globally|
Victoria Royal, Lauren Lee named finalists for Siemens Foundation 'We Can Change the World Challenge'
Behind junior Myles Hawkins' heroics, Orange Lutheran's track and field team earns C.I.F. title at Mt. San Antonio College.
|Lights, camera, Lancers|
Seniors honored as artists of the week by OCRegister; director and cast of "Into the Woods" featured
Orange Lutheran baseball takes home National Classic crown in 4-2 victory over Cypress, featured on Baseball America
Orange Lutheran's Missions program builds relationships, serves others as He would
|And the angels sing!|
Orange Lutheran's Honors Choir impresses audiences with vocal performances
Sophomore Savannah Dukes excels in the classroom and in equestrian world
|Ride of a lifetime|
Orange Lutheran teacher selected to participate in 2013 Rose Parade
|Responding to real-world issues|
As the U.S. lags in math and science, the OCRegister recently stopped by Orange Lutheran to find out what we're doing about the growing problem, and learn more about our popular Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) program.
|Spotlight on S.T.E.M.|
PBS SoCal features S.T.E.M. senior, Niki Khajeh, and other Orange Lutheran students.
Students, faculty and staff celebrate 40 years of Christ-centered excellence with fun event.
|Friday night rewind|
AM570 recaps OLu's 42-7 win over El Modena and talks to Director of Bands, Kent Hannibal.