EVENTS AT OLu

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RECENT HEADLINES

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  • NLSA/WASC Accreditation

    Recognized as Exemplary Accredited School by NLSA and earned highest WASC Accreditation 6-Year Rating
  • Student Population

    Total student population of approximately 1,300 students in 2016
  • Mission-Minded

    4,226 missions trip participants from 2001-2016
  • Call to Serve

    34,950: Total number of hours served on 62 mission trips since 2001
  • Personalized Learning

    Student to teacher ratio of 15:1
  • AP Excellence

    Advanced Placement pass rate for 2016 was 83%, significantly higher than the national average of 58%
  • Student Engagement

    62% of students participate in Athletics, 52% participate in Arts, 27% take Advanced Placement Classes
  • Financial Support

    $1.7 million: Need-based financial aid dollars provided annually

COLLEGE SUCCESS AT OLu

Orange Lutheran prides itself on preparing its students to be strong, Christian leaders in today's society. Within that, preparing students for college is paramount, which has been a staple of Orange Lutheran's approach to education for decades and will continue into the future.

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  • College Acceptance

    98%

    of students
    98% of Students attend 2 or 4-year universities. 85% are accepted to a 4-year university.
  • College Acceptance 2

    125

    Different Colleges
    Students will attend 125 different colleges in 31 states and 4 countries
  • Financial Support

    $13,423

    Dollars
    The average accepted scholarship amount that students receive is $13,423
  • Faculty on Staff

    7

    Full-time Counselors
    9 full-time, dedicated college counselors on staff, including an Associate Director of Counseling and a Director of Counseling. 

List of 4 items.

  • College Acceptance

    98% of Students attend 2 or 4-year universities. 85% are accepted to a 4-year university.
  • College Acceptance 2

    Students will attend 125 different colleges in 31 states and 4 countries
  • Financial Support

    The average accepted scholarship amount that students receive is $13,423
  • Faculty on Staff

    9 full-time, dedicated college counselors on staff, including an Associate Director of Counseling and a Director of Counseling. 

List of 4 items.

  • College Acceptance

    98%

    of students
    98% of Students attend 2 or 4-year universities. 85% are accepted to a 4-year university.
  • College Acceptance 2

    125

    Different Colleges
    Students will attend 125 different colleges in 31 states and 4 countries
  • Financial Support

    $13,423

    Dollars
    The average accepted scholarship amount that students receive is $13,423
  • Faculty on Staff

    7

    Full-time Counselors
    9 full-time, dedicated college counselors on staff, including an Associate Director of Counseling and a Director of Counseling. 

List of 4 items.

  • College Acceptance

    98% of Students attend 2 or 4-year universities. 85% are accepted to a 4-year university.
  • College Acceptance 2

    Students will attend 125 different colleges in 31 states and 4 countries
  • Financial Support

    The average accepted scholarship amount that students receive is $13,423
  • Faculty on Staff

    9 full-time, dedicated college counselors on staff, including an Associate Director of Counseling and a Director of Counseling. 

List of 4 items.

  • College Acceptance

    98%

    of students
    98% of Students attend 2 or 4-year universities. 85% are accepted to a 4-year university.
  • College Acceptance 2

    125

    Different Colleges
    Students will attend 125 different colleges in 31 states and 4 countries
  • Financial Support

    $13,423

    Dollars
    The average accepted scholarship amount that students receive is $13,423
  • Faculty on Staff

    7

    Full-time Counselors
    9 full-time, dedicated college counselors on staff, including an Associate Director of Counseling and a Director of Counseling. 

List of 4 items.

  • College Acceptance

    98% of Students attend 2 or 4-year universities. 85% are accepted to a 4-year university.
  • College Acceptance 2

    Students will attend 125 different colleges in 31 states and 4 countries
  • Financial Support

    The average accepted scholarship amount that students receive is $13,423
  • Faculty on Staff

    9 full-time, dedicated college counselors on staff, including an Associate Director of Counseling and a Director of Counseling. 

List of 4 items.

  • College Acceptance

    98%

    of students
    98% of Students attend 2 or 4-year universities. 85% are accepted to a 4-year university.
  • College Acceptance 2

    125

    Different Colleges
    Students will attend 125 different colleges in 31 states and 4 countries
  • Financial Support

    $13,423

    Dollars
    The average accepted scholarship amount that students receive is $13,423
  • Faculty on Staff

    7

    Full-time Counselors
    9 full-time, dedicated college counselors on staff, including an Associate Director of Counseling and a Director of Counseling. 

List of 4 items.

  • College Acceptance

    98% of Students attend 2 or 4-year universities. 85% are accepted to a 4-year university.
  • College Acceptance 2

    Students will attend 125 different colleges in 31 states and 4 countries
  • Financial Support

    The average accepted scholarship amount that students receive is $13,423
  • Faculty on Staff

    9 full-time, dedicated college counselors on staff, including an Associate Director of Counseling and a Director of Counseling. 

Find Us

2222 N. Santiago Blvd.
Orange, CA 92867
(714) 998-5151

Who We Are

Founded in 1973, Orange Lutheran High School, is a comprehensive private Christian co-educational college preparatory high school, grades 9-12, that exists to help students internalize the gospel message of salvation in Christ Jesus. The culture and climate of Orange Lutheran is based on caring relationships that strengthen our community as a Lancer Family. High standards of excellence coupled with a warm, energetic atmosphere create a safe, nurturing environment where students can thrive, as they discover and develop their unique gifts, talents, and passions.