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Senior Pastor Tucker and CLS Cardinal welcome students on the first day of school.

The Dog House Cafe
Congratulations to our middle school  actors for their outstanding performance of Her Senior Year.  Concordia's One Act Play Team, under the direction of Jamie Martinez, placed 4th in the State PSIA Competition in Carrollton!  Camryn Adams earned the title of All-Star Cast, and Grace Flynn was recognized for Honorable Mention All-Star Cast during their State competition. During their Area Competition, five of the nine actors took home awards. Three of the actors were recognized as All-Star Cast, and two were recognized with Honorable Mention All-Star Cast.  The team as a whole also took second place.


Fiesta Fine Arts Day Pottery

Concordia Lutheran School hosts its first annual Fiesta Fine Arts Day. Visiting artists shared their crafts with students in grades Kindergarten through Fifth Grade. Students got a chance to try out their skills in basketweaving, pottery,  karate, jewelry making, musical instrument petting zoo, piano and keyboarding, and photography.

Fiesta Fine Arts Day Karate
Fiesta Fine Arts Day Photography
Fiesta Fine Arts Day Jewelry Making
PreK Dinosaur Parade

Mrs. Reed's and Mrs. Vandermeulen's PreK students were the stars of the dinosaur parade. Thank you, parents for all of your support and great costume designs!

Mrs. Reed hands out treats
Mrs. Vandermeulen's class
Principal of the Day Bailey Boyle with her friend Catherine Granados are the grand marshals.
Robotics Team Competes at Alamo City Championship Meet

Congratulations to the Robotics Team! They had an outstanding year.  They just returned from the San Antonio City Championships where they competed against 30 other teams. The Cardinals' robot was named Best Mechanical Design out of 30 competing teams at the qualifying meet which took place at Roosevelt High School. This award, combined with their 3rd place finish in the Robotics Course Challenge qualified them to go on to the city championship meet. Way to go Cardinals!

Our Eighth Grade Girls' Basketball team placed sixth in the nation at this year's Lutheran Basketball Association of America (LBAA) Tournament. The girls won first place at the State Championship which allowed them to be invited to play at Nationals in Val Paraiso, IN.  We are proud of you!

Private Schools Interscholastic Association (PSIA) Meet Results:

Concordia Cardinals made a great showing at this year's PSIA academic competitions. This year, they competed in the District meet in Austin against other private schools. Be sure to congratulate them. One of our 3rd graders will advance to the State Meet at Texas Christian University on April 27.  




Below are Concordia's results:

Prose (7,8): 
Jacob M.-5th place

Number Sense (5): 
William M.-5th place

Science (6): 
Gano M.-5th place

Ready Writing (3): 
Helene F.-4th place
Claire R.-3rd place

Ready Writing (4):
Allie M.-6th place

Storytelling (2):
Peyton M.- 2nd place

Storytelling (3):
Natalie L. -4th place
Maya S.-1st place (on to state)

Spelling (2):
Jacob J. -6th place

Spelling (4)
Ben Z. -4th place

Prose (5):
Sara B. -6th place

Maps, Graphs, Charts (5):
William M. -5th place

Maps, Graphs, Charts (6):
Calvin S. -6th place

Vocabulary (5):
Bryce M. -6th place
Teddy P. -3rd place

Vocabulary (7,8):
Delaney K. -4th place

Dictionary (7)
Delaney K. -1st place

Box Top Winners:

Congratulations to the following classes for their outstanding participation in our Box Top collections:

Mrs. Boriack's class- 974 Box Tops

Mrs. Harwerth's class- 770 Box Tops

Mrs. Gremmer's class- 586 Box Tops

Mrs. Meier's class- 547 Box Tops


The following students brought in the most Box Tops:

Ashlyn from Mrs. Vandermeulen's class

Peyton from Mrs. Boriack's class

Courtney from Mrs. Harwerth's class

Kimberly from Mrs. Maresh's class


Thanks you for all of your support. Box Tops are an easy way to raise money to support school projects.

Concordia's National Junior Honor Society Inducts 37 new members.

CLS welcomes 37 new middle school inductees to the NJHS student organization known for leadership, scholarship, citizenship, service, and character.  This year, membership included students in sixth, seventh and eighth grade who earned a 93% grade average or higher in all core subjects.

Throughout the year, NJHS has participated in service projects such as Jar Wars which raised money to help meet the needs of underprivileged Cambodian children and the Children's Bereavement Center. Students also provide community service around the school by leading morning pledges and prayers, helping with the Bike Rodeo, and providing free tutoring, and school-wide recycling.

Concordia 8th grader qualifies to attend Duke University this summer for a Sports Management program.

This student took the ACT test last year and scored in the top 5% of all 7th and 8th grade students. As a result, he has been invited to participate in the DUKE TIP program. This summer, he will stay at Duke University and study Sports Management for three weeks. 

The DUKE TIP program is designed to give 7th grade students an opportunity to take either the ACT or SAT college entrance test.  The test is administered in both December or in February.  If they score high enough, they are invited to special summer camps.

The selection criteria for this program is based on sixth graders' IOWA Test scores.  In order to be eligible, a student must score in the 95th percentile in one of the selected assessment areas.


Fourth Grade researched important people from the American Revolution and put on a wax museum. Play the video below to see some of what the kids did.

4th grade wax museum from Holly Shockey on Vimeo.

Chapel Family Service Day

Cardinals share the love of Christ this season through Operation Christmas Child and our Chapel Family Service Day.  Our school, church, and local community members were very generous in providing donations of toys, hygeine items, school supplies, and monitary donation. As a result, our school schildren assembled 167 gift boxes for children around the world.  CLS students played a very active role in personally selecting items that were appropriate for their gift box that they prepared for others in need.

In addition to Operation Christmas Child, our students made placemats for senior citizens attending the Raul Jimenez Thanksgiving Dinner. Cardinals also decorated handmade cards to give to church members who are home-bound.  One of the highlights of the Service Day was our guest speaker, Officer Ruby, who talked to children about putting on the full armor of God (Ephesians 6:11-14).  He related this scripture passage with the protective gear that police officers wear on duty.  It was a great reminder to all of us that each day, we need to arm ourselves with truth, righteousness, readiness, faith, and the Word of God.

Students select items to fill gift boxes for children in need.

Concordia celebrates our faculty and staff's dedication and committment to service. (not all staff present for photo)

Mrs. Jolly, nurse- 5 years

Mr. Martinez, drama teacher- 5 years

Mrs. Miller, art teacher- 5 years

Mrs. Schaefer, intervention teacher- 5 years

Coach Hernandez, Assistant Athletic Director- 10 years

Mrs. McIntosh, 1st grade teacher- 10 years

Coach Merkord, Athletic Director- 10 years

Mrs. Shockey, secretary- 20 years

Mrs. Gremmer, 1st grade teacher- 25 years


  • Veterans' Day Photos of Service Members

    Dear CLS family members,


    We honored all service members during our Veterans' Day Chapel on Wednesday, November 13. Thank you for joining us for this celebration of their service to our country.



    As part of our tribute, we have compiled a photo display of family members who have served in the military. Select the link above to view the phtots that we currently have on file.   If you have additional photos that you would like to share, please email them to: or send printed photos to Mrs. Wright, Assistant Principal.  Also, be sure to include your student's name and homeroom teacher so we can return the photos. All photos must be labeled with the name of the service member and his/her relationship to a CLS student or faculty member.


    Thank you for your support!



PreK students study Native American culture in an engaging, fun way.

Students try their hand at spear fishing.

Concordia helped set a world record in reading!

On October 3, 2013, CLS classrooms participated in Read for the Record- a shared reading experience- that set a new world record. We were included in the 2,462,860 children who read Otis by Loren Long.  This amazing accomplishment has been aired on NBC's TODAY Show!

Way to make history, Cardinals!

Students enjoy a western theme at their November social.

Operation Christmas Child Provides for Many:

Thank you for your generous donations for Operation Christmas Child. This year, we were able to create 161 gifts for boys and girls around the world.

In addition to making gift boxes, the CLS school children participated in our Chapel Family Service Day where they sang praise songs, learned about mission opportunities, made cards for families staying at the Ronald McDonald House, and created place mats for others in need.

These are some of the ways our school community shares the love of Jesus through acts of service.

Students reinact the nativity scene as they share the message of Christ's birth.

Elementary students worship the Lord with their voices as they share the news of Christ's birth.

Student musicians and dancers worship through creative expression during this year's PreK-3rd Grade Advent Worship Service

Guest musicians from 5th grade provide percussional accompaniment during lower grades' Advent worship service.


Eighth grade students share the message of Christmas during their Upper Advent Worship Service.

As the Magi present gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh to the Christ child; students in grades 4-8 remind us that Jesus is our greatest gift.

Visiting children's author Jerry Pollatta shared his stories with our students. Mr. Pollatta has written 80 different books including unique alphabet books, stories that focus on math lessons, books that incorporate natural science, and high interest books for children. He is also a very engaging speaker.

Students get to see how they compare in size to animals in Mr. Pollatta's books.

Mr. Pollatta brings reading to life for students who attended his presentation.

Jerry Pollatta talks about ideas he has for his new book.

Concordia Celebrates Lutheran Schools Week:

January 26-31, 2014

Sunday, January 26: SALSA at Lutheran High School at 6:00 p.m. (Please join us as students in choir, band, and art share their talents along with their peers from other San Antonio Lutheran Schools.)

Monday, January 27: Dress up theme: Pajama Day

Tuesday, January 28: Dress up theme: Casual Day

Wednesday, January 29:

        Dress up theme: Red uniform polo and jeans

        Lutheran Schools Week Chapel from 8:15-8:50 a.m.

           in the Sanctuary

Thursday, January 30: Dress up theme: Crazy Day

Friday, January 31: Dress up theme: Spirit Day

Monday-Friday: JAR WARS [CLS students are invited to participate in a fundraiser for NJHS and Juvenile Myositis (JM)]

Lutheran schools have a rich history of excellence in education. Concordia's First Graders provide living proof.  Mrs. McIntosh's and Mrs. Grogan's classes celebrated their reading skills during their own special Super Bowl of Reading. This was a culumating event to mark the end of a special unit designed to maintain enthusiasm for reading. Each individual student earned a football for each book that was read. Then, groups presented selections of readings to eachother. Afterwards, they enjoyed a special lunch and treats together. From the looks of things, they had a wonderful time! Thank you to all of the parents who helped along the way.

NJHS students count donations each day to determine which class is in the lead.

Concordia Cardinals did an outstanding job in their donations during Jar Wars. Together as a school, we were able to raise funds for National Junior Honor Society activities as well as to support Cure Juvenile Myositis (Cure JM), a rare desease that affects children.  It is our hope that through our donatations, a cure can be found. This year's class that raised the most donations was 5th grade. Second place went to 4th grade, and third place went to 1st grade. We appreciate all of your support!

4th Grade Wax History Museum

4th Grade Wax History Museum

4th Grade Wax History Museum

4th grade students share their knowledge of the American Revoluntionary Period through their live presentations at Concordia's Wax History Museum

4th Grade portraits of historical figures from the American Revoluntionary time period

Twenty Questions with a Twist!

This week, several of our classes had a chance to use their geography and technology skills to solve a mystery. They Skyped with another Lutheran school and played 20 questions to identify their unknown location. This was a fun way to celebrate Lutheran Schools Week and were reminded that we are part of the larger body of Christ.

Mr. Cahill's seventh grade class took turns asking geography questions of students from St. Paul Lutheran School in California. Cardinals won their game of 20 Questions and made new Lutheran friends in the process. This was a fun way to use their iPads, SmartBoards and geography skills to locate a sister school in another region of the country.


Concordia's Robotics Team wins their qualifier and advances to the city-wide competition.

The CLS Robotics Team, sponsored by Mr. Koops, competed against more than 20 other teams and won their First Lego League (FLL) qualifier.  They performed the best over all in four areas of competition: obstacle course, project, engineering design, and core value challenge problem. Together with 40 other teams, they will advance to the Alamo Area Championships which will be held at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center on March 1st.  The top two from this competition will advance to the FLL World Championships in St. Louis. Wow! We are proud of you, Cardinals!

Concordia's annual Geography Bee was a success!

Congratulations to all of our finalists for their outstanding participation in this year's school Geography Bee. We pray God's blessing as our first place winner advances to the next competition.

Share Your Heart Service Project was a Success!

Thank you to everyone who participated in Concordia's Share Your Heart  event to benefit the Ronald McDonald House.  Students were encouraged to buy hearts and dedicated them to people they love. In doing so, Student Council raised money to support the three Ronald McDonald Houses here in San Antonio, so all of the proceeds stay here in the local community. While the final tallies are not yet in, please know that your generous contributions are appreciated.

Concordia's First Cowboy Breakfast was fabulous! Thank you for all of the volunteers who made this possible: PTL volunteers who helped plan the event and prepare and serve tacos, and dads who arrived early to set up and cook; and our cafeteria staff who provided behind-the-scenes support. We'd also  like to give special thanks to Brandon Gaeke and his team from Turner Construction as well as Bill and Janelle Sykes from CH Guenther & Son, Inc.,  who were generous in their donations of food, equipment, and supplies as well as hard work in planning and preparing the event. You are awesome!









1st Place- Amelia Carmines

2nd Place- Kim Moore

3rd Place- Kevin Grant

4th Place- MaryShea Woodard

5th Place- Tim Reynolds, Cole Thompson, and Easton Brenner

6th Place- Jorja Simpson

7th Place- Brady Andres

8th Place- Celeste Guerrero

9th Place- Shelby Karpowicz

10th Place- Andrew Logan

Congratulations and thanks for all of your support!



Our One Act Play students went to competition in Seguine and performed very well. Several students came away with individual awards: Best Crew went to Emily Haase; Honorable Mention All-Star Cast went to Olivia Iskander and James Kenyon; and All-Star Cast went to Jacob Martinez, Kim Moore, and Lauren Cantrell. Way to go!

Concordia's Robotics team represented Concordia in the second round of competition and placed 12th out of 49 schools. Congratulations, Cardinals! We are very proud of you!

Dental Hygiene is Fun at Concordia!


Dr. Gerling and her staff is meeting with Cardinals today to talk about good oral hygiene. This morning, Mrs. Novack's PreK class had fun hearing about all of the different tools a hygenist uses to clean teeth. They even had a special guest sure to ask your child who came to visit!

Concordia's Geography Bee was a success!

Congratulations to all of our students who competed in the school Geography Bee. They represented their classes well as they demonstrated their knowlege. We pray God's blessings on our finalist as she prepares for the next level of competition.

Concordia celebrates Lutheran Schools Week

January 26-31:

Sunday, January 26: SALSA at Lutheran High School at 6:00 p.m. (Please join us as students in choir, band, and art share their talents along with their peers from other San Antonio Lutheran schools.)

Monday, January 27: Dress up theme- Pajama Day

Tuesday, January 28: Dress up theme- Casual Day

Wednesday, January 29: Dress up theme- Red uniform polo and jeans

                                         Lutheran Schools Week Chapel from 8:15-8:50 a.m. in the Sanctuary

Thursday, January 30: Dress up theme- Crazy Day

Friday, January 31: Dress up theme- Spirit Day

Monday-Friday: JAR WARS [ CLS students are invited to participate in a fundraiser for Juvenile Myositis (JM) and

                                                                                        National Junior Honor Society (NJHS)]

Concordia's Robotics Team wins their qualifier competition 

Concordia's Robotics Team won the First Lego League (FLL) qualifier held at Roosevelt HS. There are about 90-100 teams competing in FLL in San Antonio area. We performed the best overall in the 4 areas of competition: obstacle course, project, engineering design, and core value challenge problem.

Concordia's robotics team is one of 40 teams out of 100 that will move on to the Alamo Area Championships held at the Henry B. Gonalez Convention Center on March 1st. The top 2 there qualify for FLL world championships held annually in St. Louis.

Way to go, Cardinals!

Mrs. McIntosh's First Grade Class won the Lenten Attendance Award this year, and they will celebrate with a pizza party. We commend these students and parents for making worship a priority in this busy season.

Concordia's Got Talent!  Cardinals had a great time at this year's Talent Show. Special thanks to our Parent-Teacher League (PTL) for organizing the event!



Congratulations to all of our students who participated in Concordia's Bike Rodeo.  Thank you to all of our parents and volunteers who made this so much fun!

PreK- 2nd Place Girls

Kindergarten- First Place Boys

Kindergarten- 2nd Place Boys

First Grade- Second Place Girls

Fourth Grade- Bike Rodeo Winner Girls

Fourth Grade- Second Place Girls

Fifth Grade- Second Place Boys

Eighth Grade Girls Return from Nationals in Valparaiso!

Coach Merkord's team returned from Nationals after winning two games in their tournament. We are so proud of them!

Concordia cheers on our girls' basketball team during a live telecast of the Nationals Tournament. Coach Merkord's team did a great job of representing our school at the highest level of competition.

Rey Feo and his Court Visit Concordia

Student Council Reps from Third and Fourth Grade greeted Rey Feo when he arrived

Rey Fao honors our PSIA first place academic contestants who will advance to the State Meet

Official Results are in! Fifteen Cardinals Advance to PSIA State Meet

Concordia placed 2nd in the Elementary Division at our Private Schools Interscholastic Association (PSIA) District Meet.


PSIA District #9 Final Results for 1014


Creative Writing: 1st

 2nd Place - Lilly Grace W.


Creative Writing: 2nd

4th Place – Caleb V.

6th Place – Jenna S.


Dictionary Skills: 4th and 5th

1st Place – Riley C.

6th Place- Sytahn S.


Listening Skills: 4th and 5th

4th Place – Helene F.


Listening Skills: 6th-8th

Tie for 5th place –        Nathan F.  & Andrea W.


Maps Graphs, & Charts: 5th

1st Place – Noah G.


Mathematics: 2nd and 3rd

2nd Place – Collin S.

Tied for 5th Place – Jacob J.


Mathematics: 4th

4th Place – Maya S.


Mathematics:   5th

1st Place – Ben Z.


Mathematics:  6th

Tie for 4th Place – Alison W.


Modern Oratory: 7th and 8th

2nd Place – Nikola H.


Number Sense: 4th

2nd Place -  Matthew G.


Number Sense: 5th

1st Place -  Ben Z.

2nd Place – Josh M.


On-Site Drawing : 7th

2nd Place – Lisa R.


Poetry Interpretation: 4th

1st Place – Maya S.


Poetry Interpretation: 5th

1st Place – Kirsten H.


Ready Writing: 3rd

1st Place – Rachel S.

2nd Place – Jeremy M.


Ready Writing: 4th

3rd Place – Jacob M.

4th Place – Elizabeth W.


Ready Writing: 5th

6th Place – Allie M.


Ready Writing: 8th

5th Place – Jacob M.


Science: 8th

3rd Place – Nathan F.


Spelling:  3rd

4th Place – Jacob J.


Spelling : 4th

4th Place – Ovidio G.


Spelling: 5th

2nd Place- Ben Z.

6th Place – Clayton C.


Storytelling: 1st

2nd Place – Leah W.

4th Place – Lilly Grace W.


Storytelling: 3rd

4th Place – Lauren Z.

6th Place – Jorja S.


Vocabulary: 5th

1st Place – Krystal D.

2nd Place – Devon N.

6th Place – David G.


Vocabulary: 7th and  8th

3rd Place – Andrea W.


Congratulations to all of our students who participated in this year's meet in Selma. We had outstanding results in various academic competitions, and  fifteen of our students will advance to the State Meet in April.

Thank you to all of our coaches, parent volunteers, and our director Mrs. Gremmer and assistant director Mrs. Shea for making this year's event such a success!


Concordia's Track Team Earn Acolades at the SACS #3 Meet

Congratulations to our 6th grade girls who took first place and our 7th and 8th grade girls who took third place at last week's SACS #3 Track Meet. You really glorify God with your abilities!

Chapel Family Olympics were so much fun!

Private Schools Interscholastic Association (PSIA) State Meet Results:

Congratulations to:

Lisa Ryan -6th in On-Site-Drawing

Krystal Dunatov- 5th in Vocabulary

Maya Sanders - 5th in Poetry Interpretation

Jeremy Melek- 1st in Ready Writing

These are outstanding accomplishments, and we are proud of all of our students who competed at the State Meet. Thanks again to our parents, coaches, and our director for their support!

National Junior Honor Society Elects New Officers:

President: Andrea Wissa

Vice-President: Michael Ruffner

Treasurer: Weston Bohne

Secretary: Ethan Robinson

Historian: Emily Haase

Assistant Historians: Kyle Crusius and Melody Umsted

Chaplain: Alison Wissa

This year's elections were historic in that we used iPad technology to video tape some speeches and to vote electronically.

Congratulations to all of the candidates who presented speeches today. Everyone did an outstanding job!

Concordia Celebrates Fiesta!

Congratulations, Concordia Golf Team!


Oak Vally Golf Results:


1st place Teddy 31 Concordia

2nd place Michael 34 SACS

3rd place Zayd 35 SLES
1st place Emery 38 SLES
2nd place Carson 38 SLES
3rd place Delaney 41 TMI

Concordia's 4th grade performed "The Fairy Tale Network. The 5th grade featured "Snow White Lite", and Middle School performed "The Girl with the Golden Locks"- three great plays based on traditional fairy tales with a twist. Mr. Jamie Martinez did an outstanding job of directing these talented casts. Thank you actors and stage crew for all of your hard work!

Concordia's Principal of the Day has a busy agenda including leading parades, attending meetings, and visiting classrooms. This special privilege is part of the Concordia Auction Project.

Fourth and Fifth Graders learn about guitar during Fiesta Fine Arts

Cardinals try their hand at video technology during Fiesta Fine Arts

Miss Falconi shares her love of music with students during Fiesta Fine Arts

Mrs. Novian explains 3-D Modeling to interested 4th and 5th graders

Cardinals dance to "What Does the Fox Say?" while Ms. Cortinas encourages them to express themselves at Fiesta Fine Arts.

Second and Third Graders learn about photography from Mr. Herczeg during Fiesta Fine Arts

Mrs. Preston asks students to express happiness through art during their Fiesta Fine Arts station.

Cardinals watch as Master Potter Mr. Giberga shares his talent with the pottery wheel during Fiesta Fine Arts.

Pre-K celebrates their Dinosaur Parade

Concordia's NJHS students share their faith at National Day of Prayer on the steps of City Hall.

Riverside Golf Tournament Results:

Teddy Power took 1st place for the boy's birdie division. Sean Flynn finished 2nd place at the tournament.
CLS took 2nd place in the PAR team division. The 2nd place team consisted of Brady Boyle, Ben Allison, Riley Donoho, and Will Wren.

 What an outstanding season so far! To God be the glory.

Cole Thompson has been recognized by the 2014 Duke University Talent Indentification Program. Based on Cole's SAT scores, he qualified for State Recognition as well as for the Academy for Summer Studies. We are so excited for you!

Congratulations to our Band students who participated in their first festival last week! Each student played a solo for the judge, received feedback from the judge on areas to work on, and received an overall rating.  As you can see, our students did well.  If you've ever been involved in the UIL Solo and Ensemble Contest, this is our version.  We look forward to hearing their spring concert on May 12:

1: Bobby Sykes, Grant Harwerth, Johanna Gunther, Ben Zacho, David Wenthe, Matthew Seale, Grant Resnick, Quinn Porter

2: Devon Norton, Rhett Duell, Ignacio Martinez, Calvin Sykes

3: Kate Rich, Ellie Rich

Fourth grade musicians lead worship during chapel

National Junior Honor Society Welcomes Sixth Graders into Concordia's Chapter

This year was the first year Concordia inducted sixth grade students into NJHS. This month, these students have shared in leadership roles like morning announcements and posting the flags. We are thankful for their service.

Middle school students use technology regularly for research, writing, and various school assignments.

2013/2014 Theme:

We look forward to a great new school year with a new theme: Let Your Attitude Shine, based on Philippians 2:5.  Each month, we will focus aon a specific topic with corresponding Scripture verses:





Geography elective students check out the latest apps as they study countries and cultures.

Students in fourth grade use the interactive SmartBoard to enhance their understanding of science.

Concordia's 8th grade students pass the CLEP History Test making them eligible for college credit.

We give special thanks to Mrs. Rich for her outstanding preparation and instruction throughout this elective.

We are so proud of you all!

Each summer, Concordia's teaching staff dedicates time to come together to plan and focus on ways to improve curriculum and instruction. This summer, we are taking an in-depth look at further enhancing writing and math.

Teachers collaborate to identify innovative ways of integrating more writing throughout each subject area.

Concordia's annual Vacation Bible School is a great place to reconnect with our faith.  It's also a fun time to see friends, students, alumni, teachers, and staff members.

Some of our students volunteer to lead worship through dancing and singing.

Some of our teachers are directors who plan and organize the week's activities.

Do you recognize these recent graduates?

Students who are in 5th grade and older volunteer as crew leaders.

Teachers help with registration.

Alumni also help leading Bible lessons and games.

Box Tops are a great way to contribute money to our school. Click on the link for more information on how you can participate.

CLS parents, if you need care for your school-aged children during school holidays and early release days, click on this link for more information.

Student Council 2014-2015 Leaders

Congratulations to all of the students who ran for Student Council. You did a great job with your speeches!

We welcome our new Student Council Officers:

President: MaryShea W,

Vice President: Weston B.

Secretary: Kate R.

Treasurer: Michael R.

Historian: Natalie M.


Student Council Representatives:


          Mia B.

          Hailey H.


          Abbey H.

          Sarah J.


          Ovi G.

          Natalie L.


          Samantha L.

          Claire R.


          Clay C.

          Kirsten H.


          Ashley M.

          Lindsey S.


          Joshua H.

          Teddy P.


          Izzy O.

          Alison W.


          Brady B.

          Ava T.


          Rachel A.

          Noah T.



Book Fair 2014

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Thanksgiving Parties

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Thanksgiving Feast 2014

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Congratulations to Our 2014 Book Fair Winners!

The following students are this year's Book Fair Winners:


Allison O.

Caleb W.

Cassidy K



Lorelei H.

Kyle D.


First Grade:

Sofia M.

Baylyn C.


Second Grade:

Logan P.

Zachary H.


Third Grade:

Jenna S.

Kristin M.


Fourth Grade:

Mia B.

Brock M.


Fifth Grade:

Claire R.

Lauren P.


Parents, feel free to visit the library to see their wonderful art work! Great job, Cardinals!

Famous Illustrators and Authors Visit Concordia

E.B. Lewis

Celebrated illustrator E.B. Lewis visited Concordia this month to encourage students to  believe in themselves, to discover their unique, God-given talents, and work hard to develop those talents. Mr. Lewis shared his own story of personal struggles that led him to his current success in hopes of promoting literacy and an appreciation for art. Children were very excited to have their books signed and to hear from this exciting guest presenter.

Last year, children met reknown author Jerry Polatta and were facinated by his story telling magic. We are blessed to have these opportunities to experience reading through the eyes of these professionals. We give special thanks to our librarian Mrs. Moody for coordinating these events.

Thanks for Attending CLS's High School Preview Event

This year's High School Preview was a great benefit to parents and students who are considering high school options.  Principals, admissions directors, and student representatives from private and public high schools were available to answer questions and to talk about transitioning to high school.  Students in grades 7 and 8 and their parents attended various presentations and gathered valuable information.

Students Teaching in Elementary Science (STILE) Elective

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Chapel Family Kick Off- a time of worship and fellowship

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This fall's elective called Students In Elementary Learning Science (STILE) makes forensics, geology, and chemistry come alive for second graders.

Technology Integration in Language Arts and Science

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Student Council and NJHS Christmas Party

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NJHS and Student Council Christmas Party

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Cardinals Participate in Drive Through Nativity

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Chapel Family Service Day

Concordia celebrates the love of Christ with children around the world through Operation Christmas Child. This fall, Cardinals packed gift boxes for underprivileged children. They also made cards to offer a message of hope, and they cleaned up the school campus. All of these activities were part of our Chapel Family Service Day.

Stay informed of possible school delays or closures due to inclement weather

To stay informed about school delays and closures during inclement weather, look for announcements on the following media sources:

Radio: WOAI 


Web page:

Social Media: Concordia Lutheran School's Facebook page

Random Act of Kindness: April 13-17

This week is Random Acts of Kindness.  Students are encouraged to show kindness through their words and actions to others as a way of sharing God's love. Ephesians 4:32 reminds us: Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as Christ God forgave you.

NJHS Officers Elected

NJHS Elected their New 2015-2016 Officer Board:

President: Meredith Jett

Vice-President: Weston Bohne

Treasurer: Alison Wissa

Secretary: Riley Johnson

Historian: Reece Arnold


Congratulations to all of our candidates. Your speeches were an outstanding demonstration of your leadership, character, service, citizenship, and scholarship!

Rey Feo visits Concordia

Student Council representatives from 4th and 5th grade welcomed Fiesta King Rey Feo when he came to Concordia.



Concordia Wins District PSIA Academic Competition

Concordia won the District PSIA Meet in Selma with 466 total points.  We competed against 10 other San Antonio and area schools. The following 16 students will advance to the State competition at Texas Christian University on April 25:

STATE Qualifiers:

Elizabeth Walter- 1st in Dictionary Skills

Weston Bohne- 2nd in Science

David Wenthe- 2nd in Maps, Graphs, and Charts

Maggie Micklitz- 2nd in Mathematics

Collin Stone- 1st in Mathematics and 1st in Number Sense

Tim Reynolds- 1st in Mathematics

William Miller- 1st in Science

Logan Poling- 1st in Spelling

Hannah Bond- 2nd in Spelling

Ovi Giberga- 2nd in Spelling

Samantha Levenhagen- 1st in Vocabulary

Ryker Norwood- 1st in Creative Writing

Kate Rich- 2nd in On-site Drawing

Lisa Ryan- 2nd in On-Site Drawing

Lauren Zacho- 2nd in Prose Interpretation

Maya Sanders- 2nd in Prose Interpretation

Abigail Hernandez- 2nd in Ready Writing


Ranked in top 6 and won points for the school:

Claire Rollwitz- 4th in Dictionary Skills and 5th in Prose Interpretation

Emily Wells- 4th in Listening Skills

David Wenthe- 6th in Listening Skills

Jeremy Melek- 4th in Maps, Graphs, and Charts

Kate Simnitt- 6th in Maps, Graphs, and Charts

Caleb VanGeffen- 3rd in Mathematics

Austin Carswell- 4th in Mathematics

Lauren Zacho- 5th in Mathematics

Alison Wissa- 3rd in Mathematics

Peyton Miller- 3rd in Number Sense

Elise Wente- 4th in Science

Tim Reynolds- 5th in Science

Lisa Ryan- 6th in Science

Austin Caswell- 4th in Spelling

Ben Hall- 4th in Spelling

Colin Levine- 4th in Spelling

Andrea Wissa- 3rd in Vocabulary

Claudia Drake- 6th in Vocabulary

Zachary Hardeman- 3rd in Creative Writing

Haley Mitchell- 6th in Impromptu Speaking

Sara Becker- 3rd in Modern Oratory

Katie Ryan- 6th in Prose Interpretation

Claire Koeck- 5th in Ready Writing

Rachel Sanders- 4th in Ready Writing and 6th in Prose Interpretation

Samantha Levenhagen- 3rd in Ready Writing

Riley Johnson- 4th in Ready Writing

Leah Wenthe- 5th in Story Telling


Also, we give special thanks to all of the coaches and volunteers at the meet as well as our director Mrs. Gremmer and assistant director Mrs. Shea for all of their hard work. Cardinals, way to shine! God's blessings at the State Meet!


Jar Wars Excitement Builds

Concordia's Jar Wars Fundraiser Was a Success!

Congratulations to Pre-K for earning 33,118 positive points and winning this year's Jar Wars!  All of the classes did a great job of supporting this initiative. Several classes took the lead each day and earned a spirit day for their class. Way to go: Kindergarten and 2nd grade! 

The donations we collected will benefit the Ronald McDonald House, Mission SA, and our National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) chapter. Each year NJHS chooses one or two causes to support in addition to raising procedes to support thier organizational costs. Last year, they donated to Cure JM.

 Visit the cafeteria to see our beautiful display of hearts which represents students who donated 25 cents or more. Thanks again to everyone who donated with time and resources!

Students Race to Earn Points for their Class

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Christmas Worship for Grades 4-8

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Christmas Band and Choir Concert

Operation Christmas Child Photos

Cardinals Put New Chrome Books to Good Use

We are blessed to be able to offer students even more new technology resources. This year, we purchased a set of Chrome Books which students have been using in On-line Technology Applications electives as well as other classes. 

Cardinals and Alumni Perform at SALSA

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Jar Wars Excitement Builds

Concordia's Jar Wars Fundraiser Was a Success!

Congratulations to Pre-K for earning 33,118 positive points and winning this year's Jar Wars!  All of the classes did a great job of supporting this initiative. Several classes took the lead each day and earned a spirit day for their class. Way to go: Kindergarten and 2nd grade! 

The donations we collected will benefit the Ronald McDonald House, Mission SA, and our National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) chapter. Each year NJHS chooses one or two causes to support in addition to raising procedes to support thier organizational costs. Last year, they donated to Cure JM.

 Visit the cafeteria to see our beautiful display of hearts which represents students who donated 25 cents or more. Thanks again to everyone who donated with time and resources!

One Act Play Advances to State in May

CLS cast and crew head to their State PSIA One Act Play competition next month.  They won their District Meet with earned them the opportunity to compete in Austin. We are so proud of you, Cardinals!

Student Council Leads Pet Supply Drive

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NJHS at National Day of Prayer

National Junior Honor Society officers represented Concordia Lutheran School in San Antonio's 35th National Day of Prayer as a way of publicly sharing their faith in our community. Our organization's student chaplain was one of the students selected for the honor of reading a Scripture verse on the steps of City Hall.

CLS Golf Team Shows Well at Tournament

Congratulations to our Cardinals for their outstanding performance at their most recent golf tournament. The team took 7th place. Top scores for the team were earned by Grant Resnick and Weston Bohne.  Teddy tied for first place in the Birdie Division with a 40, and Kelli Ann earned 3rd place with a score of 45.

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One Act Play Advances to State

Concordia's One Act Play won their competition and will now advance to the State competition in May.


Please congratulate the following actors on their individual awards:


All Star Cast:

Katie Ryan

Ashlee Mitchell

Haley Mitchell

Ben Allison

Lauren Cantrell

William Miller


Honorable Mention All Star Cast:

Ava Thompson

Johanna Gunther

Josh Martinez

Elizabeth DeLeon


Special recognition goes to Director Jamie Martinez who commented, "The kids not only won but represented CLS to the highest level.  I am very proud."

Student Council led a successful donation drive to benefit the San Antonio Humane Society. Student representatives in 4th grade through 8th grade had a great time and demonstrated their faith in action as they made posters and announcements, raised awareness in the school community, gathered donations, loaded them onto trucks, and delivered them. Special thanks to all who donated items and volunteered as chaperones!

CLS Robotics Team Places 4th in First Lego League (FLL) City Competition

Our CLS Robotics team placed 4th out of 61 teams during the San Antonio city-wide robotics competition. Our team earned exemplary marks for both mechanical design and for programming. We are so proud of you! Way to represent Concordia! We also commend Mr. Koops for his outstanding coaching!

Concordia's cheerleaders model school pride in many ways. Most recently, they lead a service project to benefit girls in a local emergency shelter. This is the second service project they have completed as a cheer team this year.  Earlier this spring, Ms. Mitchell, their coach, received the following message in a thank you note after they donated clothing and make up:

"I can tell you that girls that were the recipients of your group's generous gifts were so overwhelmed.  They put the scarves on right away and were giggly about the goodies in the bags.  Their house parent was quick to help them read the cards, carefully examine the decorated bags, and talked to the girls about the time put into the scarves and collection of items for the bags.  It is obvious that the girls felt the love you were trying to share.  I truly believe that when God told us to serve the widows and the orphans he meant that we should do so the way the Concordia Cheerleaders did...with all that we have." 

- signed by

Donnette Tyler

Chicktime San Antonio Chapter Leader



Robotics Team Earns the Project Presentation Award and Advances to the FLL City Championship in March

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Concordia's 2014-2015 School Theme:

In All We Do, Our Faith Shines Through: 1 John 3:18



Cheerleaders Bolster School Spirit

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Welcome Back Bash Friday, Aug. 28: 6 - 8 p.m.

Join us this Friday, Aug. 28 for Concordia's Welcome Back Bash.  This free annual event is a family-friendly way to connect with old friends and to make new ones. There are lots of fun activities for students, and a great time of fellowship for the adults.  We look forward to seeing you from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. in the Courtyard.

Welcome Back Bash

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CLS Prayer Commissioning of 8th Grade Leaders on 1st Day of School

Our Cardinals are off to a great start of the year. Our first day began with our all-school chapel where Senior Pastor Bill Tucker commissioned our new 8th graders to be our school's student leaders and for all of us to focus our thoughts on service God with the gifts we have been given.

Book Fair Enthusiasts

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Elementary Grades Host Tonight's Christmas Worship Service

Join us this evening for the PreK-3rd grade Christmas Worship Service at 7:00 p.m. in the Sanctuary.  Students are to arrive at 6:30 p.m. in their classroom. Since this is a worship service, picture taking is discouraged. However, families are welcome to order a copy of the DVD. The service will also be live-streamed from the Concordia Lutheran Church website:

Advent Worship Service (Grades 4-8)

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Veterans' Day Photo Tribute

Veterans' Day Photo Tribute

We want to thank all of our service members and visitors who attended our Veterans' Day Chapel. If you are interested in seeing the photo tribute of service members that was on display before the chapel, please click this link


Keeping America Strong Progressive Poem

Keeping America Strong

Veterans’ Day Progressive Poem by CLS


Sitting here at chapel, thinking about everything you have done

Some are here with us...others are deployed far away

Protecting our nation, deserving our full admiration

Your bravery is unparalleled.


You put yourself in danger by choice; we honor your selflessness

Protecting our country one sacrifice at a time

Dedication, courage, strength, endurance and trust

Your service is a blessing to us.


You serve God and our country by day, and your family by night

You are our Superheroes, defending our faith, ready for flight

You are a fortress for the weak and a shield for the strong

With your passion and grit we could never go wrong.


Like a shining candle of hope whose flame burns bright

You lead the path of peace throughout the night.

Burning and striving for success

You continue to fight for freedom and hopefulness.


To those in the Army - our thanks we owe

And the Navy and Air Force - you protect us from our foes

Coast Guard and Marines - we salute to you,

All the armed forces - thanks for everything you do


We admire you for being so brave

Day and night for lives you strive to save

You are the best of the best to represent our great nation

Words will never be enough to show our appreciation


You set us free with your bravery

You are strong hearted showing chivalry

You sacrifice your love to go on missions

We celebrate you with Veteran’s Day traditions


Thank you for your courage

And keeping us safe

Your sacrifice and faith

You are so brave!


To many different countries you may roam

While leaving your precious family at home.

They spend much time in prayer

Leaving you in God’s care.


We love you in Christ

We appreciate all you do

You are the Best


PreK Indian Day

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Cardinals are Recognized by the Beacon

The Beacon Thankfulness Contest Winners:

Several Cardinals were featured in the November issue of the Beacon. Congratulations to Elizabeth (Mrs. Buffington's class) for her essay "A Packaged Gift from God". She won the middle school writing contest sponsored by the Beacon's Thankfulness Project. Mrs. Buffington's sixth grade class was recognized for being the class with the best effort. As a result, they earned a class party with snow cones from Bahama Bucks. Hope (Mrs. Novak's class) was the runner up for the elementary contest.  In addition, we had two students win the elementary division, and their drawings were selected for publication: Vivi (Mrs. Palmer's class), Sara (Mrs. Dykes' class), and. The Beacon recognized Concordia for the 274 students who participated.

Operation Christmas Child Yields 280 Gifts for Children

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Middle School Fun Field Day 2015

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Middle School Fun Field Day

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Student Council Officers for 2015/2016

Our new student council officers and representatives have been elected for 2015-2016.

We are excited to announce our new officers:

Weston Bohne- President

Ali Matlick- Vice-President

Jack Buffington- Secretary

Joshua Hallenberger- Treasurer

Kamryn Boriack- Historian 

We also commend all of our students who campaigned. You did an outstanding job with your speeches and in the way you represented yourselves and your school. 

Famous Author Matthew Gollub Performs for CLS

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Social Media Seminar for Parents

AWARE: What you don't know about social media CAN hurt you 

Social Media Seminar- February 8: 7-8 p.m. in the Sanctuary


CLS Basketball

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Jar Wars Donations Help Children in the Hospital

Concordia Lutheran School and our National Junior Honor Society presented our Jar Wars donation proceeds to benefit children who are hospitalized at the University Hospital Hematology and Oncology Center.  Child Life Director Jennifer Ibarra, Stephanie Gonzales, Child Life Specialist, and Nurse Amy Sandoval accepted the gift on the university's behalf.  As part of our school mission, we work to share the love of Christ with one another and our community.


Jar Wars Donations Help San Antonio Kids with Cancer

Throughout Lutheran Schools Week, Cardinals held a friendly grade-level competition called Jar Wars.  Nearly all of the donations were given to University Hospital to help San Antonio kids who are fighting cancer. Follow the link for more information.

Kindergarten Wins Jars Wars Collection

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PSIA Meet Results: 10 Cardinals will advance to the State Meet!

Concordia Cardinals are competing in the 9AA District Private Schools Interscholastic Association (PSIA) Competition.  We have 29 students competing in 43 events. Special thanks go out to our Director, Mrs. Gremmer, and all of our coaches and volunteers who have been helping out in the event. 

Here are the final results:


Alison Wissa     8th Mathematics     2nd Place

Collin Stone     5th Mathematics     1st  Place

Hannah Bond     4th Mathematics     1st  Place

Maggie Micklitz     4th Mathematics     5th Place

Ryan Hurry     3rd Mathematics     3rd  Place

Josh Martinez     7th Number Sense     2nd  Place

Collin Stone     5th Number Sense     1st  Place

Austin Carswell     4th Number Sense     4th  Place

Hannah Bond     4th Number Sense     5th Place

Logan Poling     3rd Spelling     2nd  Place

Carson Cota      2nd Spelling Tie     4th Place

Samantha Levenhagen     6th Vocabulary    1st  Place

Enrique Cardenas     5th Vocabulary    5th Place

Mason Kanz     4th Maps, Graphs, Charts    3rd Place

Austin Carswell      4th Dictionary Skills     1st  Place

Carson Cota     2nd Creative Writing     5th Place

Samantha Levenhagen     6thReady Writing     1st  Place

Jenna Salling      4th Ready Writing    4th Place

Austin Carswell    4th Maps, Graphs, Charts     1st  Place

Carrie Levenhagen     3rd Ready Writing     3rd Place

Danielle Fischer     5th/6th Music Memory     6th Place

Claudia Drake     8thOn-Site-Drawing     6th Place

Samantha Levenhagen     6thOn-Site-Drawing     5th Place

Sarah Bond   1st  Storytellinng     6th Place


Other participants who represented our school with honor include:

Abigail Hernandez

Ben Hall

Chloe Hall

Clayton Micklitz

Clemmer Henrichs

Madison Kanz

Mia Cardenas

Elisabeth Jackson

Ella Grones

Emily Hultquist

Gunnar Farris

Jayla Hamann




Cardinals dress up for Career Day during Lutheran Schools Week

Lutheran Schools Week- at Concordia, we have a lot of fun and many reasons to celebrate.

Cardinals Honor Learning Center Staff During Teacher Appreciation Week

Concordia's School Theme 2015-2016

The Sanders Family Heads to the Olympics!

Maya Sanders is about to have her Wish come true....Hear Maya Sanders' incredible story when you click on the following link:

Two years ago, Concordia helped raise money for Cure JM which benefits children with Juvenile Myositis.  Maya was diagnosed with this life-threatening autoimmune disease.  Below is an update from her family on her progress:


Maya will have her very last IVIG treatment (#32), which is the last medication she is on. This means that one year from tomorrow, God willing, she will be declared in remission. There is no cure for her disease but through our faith and the prayers of many, we are confident and hold onto hope that she is healed completely. 

God has given us this amazing opportunity to go to Rio and witness some of the greatest athletes in the world. Whatever platform He gives us to speak here or at the Olympics, we plan on bringing awareness to Juvenile Dermatomyositis (JM) and praising God and his healing powers. 

Thank you to everyone at Concordia these past almost-3 years for donating blood in her name, praying for her and our family, and keeping up with her progress. I know from the outside it seems like she is doing well (and she is!!) but she has been through a whole lot to get to where she is today. My other girls have been through a lot as well and I am truly thankful that they get to experience this trip also. Thank you, Jesus. 

May Social

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Bike Rodeo

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National Day of Prayer at CLS

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Concordia's Baseball Team Earns Division Championship!

Samantha Levenhagen places 4th at State PSIA Vocabulary


Take a minute to congratulate sixth grader Samantha Levenhagen for placing 4th in the PSIA State vocabulary event. We also commend the following students for representing Concordia with dignity:

Logan Poling- 3rd grade

Austin Carswell- 4th grade

Colin Stone- 5th grade

Hannah Bond- 5th grade

Special thanks to all of our coaches as well as to our Director Mrs. Gremmer for all of your dedication and committment to excellence!




Cardinals' Outstanding State Gymnastics Results


Congratulations to 6th graders Claire Rollwitz and Lauren Zacho who had outstanding results at their State Gymnastics Meet in Fort Worth. Claire placed 1st in bars, 4th in beam and floor routinne, and 2nd all around.  Lauren placed 1st in the floor exercise, 3rd on balance beam, 3rd on uneven bars, and 2nd all around. We are so excited for both of you!





Our Official Accreditation Results Are In....


The official report from our accreditation visit is in, and it is great news! The evaluating team cited the following:


"Concordia Lutheran School is a Christ-centered learning environment.  The school addresses the spiritual, academic, behavioral, and physical needs of all learners.  Families, students, and staff combine to form a strong spiritual family. A strong relationship exists between the church and the school. The school is academically strong which is evidenced by the emerging technology, GTE program, curriculum, and variety of teaching strategies.  Concordia is blessed to have an attractive, functional facility. The school has adapted this space to its various programs in an efficient way."


Outstanding Strengths:

  • The school and church are strong partners in achieving our mission.

  • The strengths of CLS are based on a strong understanding of our mission of reaching people for Jesus.

  • Administrators and teachers form a strong team.

  • Excellence is a given; the administration leads to encourage all staff, both spiritually and professionally, to continue to be life-long learners.

  • CLS has a very dedicated faculty and staff.

  • A wide assortment of co-curricular/extra-curricular, athletic, and fine arts activities available for students.

  • Concordia is blessed with a beautiful campus.



6th Grade Outdoor Ed Class Trip

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8th Graders Visit 28+ Sites in Washington, D.C.

Our 8th Grades had a wonderful trip to our Nation's capital as well as surrounding historic sites. They spent six days in Washington, D.C. and visited more than 28 sites including the following:

Yorktown Victory Center

Colonial Williamsburg

Jamestown Settlement

National Museum of the Marine Corps

Mount Vernon

Christ Church

Lincoln Memorial

Korean Memorial

Vietnam Memorial

Jefferson Memorial

World War II Memorial

Pentagon Memorial

US Air Force Memorial

Arlington National Cemetary

Iwo Jima Marine Memorial

Washington Monument

Fords Theatre


White House

National Archives

Smithsonian Museum of American History, Natural History Museum, Air and Space Museum

Holocaust Museum

Capitol Hill

Library of Congress

Supreme Court

National Cathedral

Embassy Row

National Zoo



Principal for the Day Leads Concordia's Fiesta Parade

This year's Principal for a Day led Concordia's Fiesta Parade as a culminating event of his great day. Other actiities included a great time at Top Golf and lunch with a friend. This special privilage is an All-Ministry Auction bid item. We thank all of our families who participate in the Auction to support our school ministry.

One Act Play Ranks Second at PSIA Competition

One Act Play Cast 2016

Congratulation to our One Act Play, directed by Jamie Martinez. The group placed second during this weekend's PSIA competition.  Katie R. was awarded "Best Actress",  Josh M. and Johanna G. were named "All-Star Cast", and Emma H. received "Honorable Mention All-Star Cast", and Gage W. was recognized for outstanding technical support. The entire cast and crew represented Concordia with excellence. We are proud of you!


Cardinals Basketball Teams Placed in the Elite 8 at Nationals

The CLS 8th grade girls and boys basketball teams made it to the Elite 8 at Nationals. The boys finished in 7th place, and the girls went on to win third place. Great job from all players and coaches!!

Robotics Team Competes in the Lego League Championships

Concordia's Robotics Team placed 2nd out of 24 teams during the 1st Lego League Qualifier. Our students won the Best Robot Design Award.

Chapel Family Fun Day Was Awesome!

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NJHS Service Project at the ARC

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Concordia's Geography Bee Contestants

Congratulations to all of our students who competed in our school-wide geography bee. Everyone did a great job in glorifying God through their efforts.  We pray for succeess as our first place winner, Colin, who took a national test and is awaiting his results to determine whether he will advance to the State competition.

Concordia's School Theme 2015-2016

Communication during inclement weather

Concordia Lutheran School is operating on a regular schedule.  In the event of changes due to inclement weather, an announcement would be sent out through RenWeb as well as posted here on our school website.  We also publish announcements through radio stations: WOAI and KKYX as well as TV stations: KENS and WOAI when updates are needed.

PALS Music Performance

Students in grades 2-8 and and played their instruments during Performing Arts in Lutheran Schools (PALS) this week.  Our choir and band represented our school with honor and received great feedback from visiting evaluators.  Thanks to Mr. Marshall, our band and choir teacher, and Mr. Martinez, our performing arts director for their leadership. We also thank all of our parent drivers for their support.

CLS Cardinals Have Great Showing at State Basketball Tournament

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1st Grade Super Bowl of Reading 2017

Our first graders kicked off their Super Bowl of Reading.  We are so proud of all of their hard work and improvement in reading. This is victory worthy of celebrating!

Congratulations to our Robotics team and their sponsor Mr. Koops.  In the First Lego League Competition, they won two categories: Robot Performance Award and Project Presentation Award.   We are so proud of you!


1st Day of School was Awesome!

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Cheer Camp 2017

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Exciting News Cardinal Family! Lynn Bodet, a talented, passionate Concordia teacher, was honored in Washington D.C. on February 10. She represented the state of Texas as a finalist for the NEA Foundation Award for Teaching Excellence.  She became a finalist upon winning the Ermalee Boice Instructional Advocacy Award last year, which is presented to just ONE teacher in Texas who personifies excellence in all the following areas: professional practice, advocacy for the profession, community engagement, leadership in professional development, and attention to diversity. It is an enormous honor, and we are so proud of Mrs. Bodet! She is an incredible blessing to our students, our staff and our entire Concordia community.  Way to go, Lynn!

Chapel Family Kick Off Focus: Ephesians 6:10-18

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8th Graders with Kinder Buddies

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Grandparents' Day Chapel

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