Admissions and Enrollment
International Students Admissions Process
Concordia Lutheran High School issues SEVIS I-20 forms.
Concordia Lutheran High School welcomes applications from international students desiring a Christ-centered, challenging, academic program. Every international student must submit a completed, signed international application and the application fee must be paid. All required documents must be received in the Admissions Office prior to acceptance. Concordia Lutheran High School of North Harris County does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of educational policies, employment practices, admission policies, financial aid, reduced tuition or grants, athletic and other school-administered programs. The submission of an international application does not constitute acceptance. Each student is evaluated on the following items: report card, transcript, recommendations, and the desire to succeed in a Christian atmosphere. Students will be notified in a timely manner regarding their international application.
The following items are needed to complete the international application process:
- Application Fee (submitted with application)
- Completed International Application Apply Now
- (After creating an account, select "International Student" from the Program drop down)
- Translated Unofficial Transcript (most recent copy)
- Translated Course Descriptions
- Birth Certificate
- Current Immunization Records
- Bank Statement (from person(s) responsible for tuition)
- Interview (may be required)
- Entrance Exam
Once accepted to Concordia Lutheran High School, an acceptance letter will be mailed to you and will include instructions for scheduling an Enrollment Meeting. The Guidance Department will have multiple evenings at which time the future Crusader will be guided by a faculty member in selecting classes for the school year.
Notice of Non-Discriminatory Policy
Concordia Lutheran High School of North Harris County does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of educational policies, employment practices, admission policies, financial aid reduced tuition or grants, or extra-curricular programs.