One Community, One Goal

While it’s impossible to bring big groups together in person, let’s come together in a different way and chip in what we can to continue to form character, cultivate scholarship, and explore faith together at La Lumiere. Thank you in advance for giving this some thought. Let’s do what we can, as well as we can, and let’s do it together.

Read More
La Lumiere Announces In-Person Classes for the Fall Semester

2020欧洲杯APPLa Lumiere School is set to welcome students back to campus in mid-August for the 2020-2021 school year. The plan for in-person learning was announced by Head of School Adam Kronk via an email message to the school’s community this week. He and his leadership team are putting together a comprehensive strategy in conversation with health experts to mitigate as many risks as possible—it will include measures such as outdoor learning, temperature taking, virus/antibody testing, tracing, sanitizing, distancing, and quarantining as necessary.

Read More
We can—and will—do more.

2020欧洲杯APPWe as an institution talk frequently about the God-given dignity of every human being we encounter and what that means for our actions. But talk alone won’t fix what is plaguing our society. Yes, La Lumiere School stands with people of color in our community and around the world—and simply saying so is woefully inadequate. 

Read More
La Lumiere's 2020 Graduation Ceremony

La Lumiere School held its 53rd commencement ceremony Saturday outside overlooking Sullivan Field at the heart of campus. Seniors and their parents parked cars in a semi circle to form the audience around a stage with a jumbotron behind it. Each graduate of the class of 2020 donned a cap and gown and sat in a chair directly in front of their family’s vehicle. With the sun shining and a gentle breeze blowing off the lake, the open-air, drive-in graduation began.

Read More
La Lumiere Senior Recognized as Indiana Academic All-Star

2020欧洲杯APPLa Lumiere senior Kaveh Jalinous, from South Bend, was recognized as a 2020 Indiana Academic All-Star by the Indiana Association of School Principals. Jalinous is among the 40 high school seniors throughout Indiana that were selected from a field of 280 student nominees from the state’s public and private accredited schools. First and foremost, the distinction of an Academic All-Star is meant for students who excel in the classroom. 

Read More
La Lumiere Adapts to Remote Learning

2020欧洲杯APPNicole Guenin put it simply: “La Lumiere hit the ground running.” The parent of two current students, with her third child slated to start this coming fall, went on: “They started online classes within days, running full schedules for some challenging academic loads. Teachers engaged, students excelling. La Lu could have stopped there, but I’m finding that is not the La Lu way. Its strength lies in the close-knit community. How would they replicate in a virtual environment what they have built with all students during countless hours face-to-face interactions? By doing what La Lumiere does best, innovating.”

Read More
Two La Lumiere Seniors Awarded Evans Scholarships

La Lumiere seniors Christian Clark and Julianna Maberry were recently named Chick Evans Scholarship awardees. That brings the total number of Evans Scholars awarded to the school’s seniors to five in the last four years. The Evans Scholars Program provides full tuition and housing scholarships for high-achieving and deserving caddies. In order to be eligible to apply, students must demonstrate an excellent academic record in addition to a strong record as a caddie.

Read More
School UpdatesEvan Cobb
La Lumiere’s Music Director Francis Yun performs nationally

2020欧洲杯APPDr. Francis Yun was recently featured as a harpsichordist at the Toledo Museum of Art performing with colleagues from Bowling Green State University. On February 19th Dr. Yun also performed at Bowling Green State University as part of their faculty recital series. On February 29th and March 1st Dr. Yun is performing John Cage’s “HPSCHD” at the Chicago Cultural Center.

Read More
La Lumiere Senior named 2020 National Merit Scholarship Commended Student

2020欧洲杯APPAdam Kronk, Head of School, announced today that Senior Michael Sacks of La Porte has been named a Commended Student in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program. A Letter of Commendation from the school and National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), which conducts the program, will be presented by the Head of School to this scholastically talented senior.

Read More
School UpdatesJack Caplice
La Lumiere holds Annual Poetry Out Loud Contest

2020欧洲杯APPBoth the Introduction to Literature and Composition and the Literature and Composition students memorized and recited two poems in their classes during the month of October, working on dramatic presentation skills and competing against the classmates in their sections for the honor of competing in Poetry Out Loud at the schoolwide competition.

Read More
Jack Caplice