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Memorial Lutheran School's Upper School serves students in the 7th through 12th grade. The Upper School curriculum offers both breadth and depth, inclining students toward the good, the true, and the beautiful. Students are taught to be "generalists" with courses in all subjects, grounded in a Lutheran Christian worldview, and enriched with the arts and athletics.

High School Graduation Requirements

Upper School Program of Study

Dual Credit

Memorial Lutheran School continues its partnership with Concordia University Nebraska this year to offer several dual credit classes to our students. These dual credit classes may require additional work and/or additional testing vs. the regular classes. For this extra work the student may earn both high school and college credit at the same time.

Dual Credit Offerings for 2023-2024


Student eligibility is also based upon the following unweighted GPA requirements:

a.       Juniors and Seniors: 3.0 GPA or higher – automatic; or 2.50-2.99 with parent/guardian permission

b.       Sophomores: 3.0 GPA or higher with parent/guardian permission

c.        Freshmen: 3.0 GPA or higher, parent/guardian permission, and high school administration endorsement (meaning the student is appropriately placed in the course)

(There is no formal parental/guardian permission form – tuition payment is considered official permission.)

All classes are year-long courses unless otherwise noted.

Music Theory I (MUS 103): Seniors only

Pre-Calculus (MATH 151): Students who are enrolled in pre-calculus high school class

Calculus I (MATH 184): Students who are enrolled in calculus I high school class

American Government (PS 111): Seniors – fall semester only

U.S. History (HIST 115): Juniors


Come for a Visit!

Sign your child up for a Shadow Day by emailing Mrs. Ruth Hanson or request information by clicking the below.