2012-13 Registration Forms
The forms needed for the 2012-13 school year are available below. The three forms marked with asterisks (*) are required—one for each student attending Concordia. The Home Language Survey is required for students new to Concordia. All other forms should be printed and completed as needed. Form descriptions are listed below. Please read each description to determine if you need to complete that particular form.
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Please print, complete and return the forms below. These are required forms. The Home Language Survey is only required for upperclass transfer students and all freshmen.
Standard Release Form*
Emergency Information Form*
Alcohol Drug Policy and Consent Form*
Home Language Survey
Please review the forms below. If desired, print, complete and return the forms. These are optional forms.
Free/Reduced Meals Instructions
Free/Reduced Meals Application
Student Parking Pass
Athletic Booster Club Membership Form
Band Booster Form
Yearbook Order Form
Yearbook Business and Senior Ad Form
School Volunteer Opportunities
Auction Volunteer Form
Thrift Shop Volunteer Form
Standard Release Form* – The Standard Release is needed in the event any student should appear on videotape, film, photography, and/or audio recordings or in any newspaper or magazine articles or brochures promoting our high school. The form should be read by both parent and student, completed and signed by the student if 18 or older and by the parent/guardian if the student is under 18. Please return this completed form to the table in the auditorium lobby.
Emergency Information* – The Emergency Information form provides the school nurse with the student’s health-related information as well as outlining policy and consent information. The school nurse will collect this form at the Nurse’s Station in the auditorium lobby.
Alcohol Drug Policy and Consent* – This policy document explains Concordia Lutheran High School’s stand on the use of illicit drugs or alcohol. Parents and students should read the policy pages. The Consent Form must be signed and dated by both the student and the parent/guardian. You may keep the two policy pages for your records. You will turn the consent form in at the table in the auditorium lobby.
Home Language Survey – The Indiana Department of Education requires a report annually to identify language minority students. This form must be completed for new freshmen and for new transfer students. Even if your student is a native English speaker, this form must be on record. You will turn it in at the table in the auditorium lobby.
Free/Reduced Meals Instructions and Free/Reduced Meals Application – Print this instruction sheet and form only if you wish to apply for free or reduced price lunches and textbook reimbursement. The instruction sheet is a separate document from the form and is accompanied by a parent letter with frequently asked questions and answers. You need to print and complete only one form per family. When completing the form be sure to complete Section 6, Other Benefits. If you check yes, that you want textbook assistance also, be sure to sign and date in Section 6 also. There will be a marked box located on the table in the auditorium lobby to deposit these forms.
Student Parking Pass – If your student plans to drive to school, you will need to purchase a parking pass. Print and complete this form and turn it in at the Student Services station in the cafeteria. This item may be included with all items paid for at registration.
Athletic Passes – Print and complete this form if you wish to purchase passes for CLHS home athletic events. You need to complete only one form per family. You will turn this form in at the Athletic Department station in the cafeteria. This item may be included with all items paid for at registration.
Cadet Athletic Booster Club Membership Form – Print and complete this form if you wish to be a member of the Athletic Booster Club. The form is accompanied by a letter explaining what the Booster Club does and the membership levels as well as the benefits. This form will also be turned in at the Athletic Department station in the cafeteria. This item may be included with all items paid for at registration.
Band Booster Form – Print and complete this form if you wish to support Concordia’s band program. This form will be turned in at the Band station in the cafeteria. This item may be included with all items paid for at registration.
Yearbook Order Form – The Luminarian is available online for the price of $65. Yearbooks are now on sale at www.yearbooksonsale.com. Any orders placed after January 5, 2013 will be $70.
Business and Senior Ad Form – Each year we celebrate our seniors, friends, teams, and local community in the yearbook through our creative advertisement section. Everyone is invited to purchase an advertisement to share their love and affection toward a senior, the excitement of a sports team, the joy of a Concordia organization, or the business that you hold so dear. Please print and complete the form and turn it in at registration or mail it to the school.
School Volunteer Opportunities – There are many ways that parents can become involved at Concordia. Complete this form to volunteer for various service opportunities around the school, from judging speech meets to processing mailings and more. There will be a marked box in the auditorium lobby to deposit this form.
Dinner and Fundraiser Volunteer Form – Complete this form to volunteer to work at CLHS’s annual dinner and fundraiser which will be held on Saturday, December 1, 2012 at Concordia. This form will also be available online after registration. Look for the Fundraiser link on our website. There will be a marked box in the auditorium lobby to deposit this form.
Thrift Shop Volunteer Form – The CLHS Thrift Shop is a source of income for the high school and is always in need of volunteers. Print and complete this form to volunteer. There will be a marked box in the auditorium lobby to deposit this form.
Congratulations. You’re a Cadet! Now What?
Frequently Asked Questions
The transition to high school is an exciting time for students and families. But oftentimes, lots of questions come along with it as well. Below are some of the most frequently asked questions by incoming freshmen (and their parents).
Q. When and where is registration?
A. Registration takes place at the high school on Monday, August 6 and Tuesday, August 7. Doors open at 1 p.m. and close at 7 p.m.
In late July, please visit www.clhscadets.com and click on the “Registration” link at the bottom of the page. There you will find the required paperwork for registration. Fill it out and bring it with you to registration—this will speed up the registration process and reduce waiting times.
At registration, you will obtain your class schedule and locker number, sign up for a tuition payment plan, receive your parking pass, be able to purchase an athletic pass, pick up class books, turn in required forms, have yearbook pictures taken, and more.
Q. What if I can’t register at that time?
A. If you can’t make either of the scheduled registration dates, please call Carla Davis or Krista Friend at (260) 483-1102 to schedule an appointment after the formal registration period.
Q. When does school start?
A. The first day of the 2012-13 school year is Tuesday, August 14.
Q. How do I find out about athletic tryouts?
A. To try out for athletic teams, you must have a completed physical exam from your family physician or other medial provider. Contact the Athletic Office at
or via phone at (260) 969-6868 for specific tryout information.
Q. When and how do I order my uniforms?
A. You can order uniforms by contacting Krista Friend, Enrollment Manager, at
, by calling (260) 483-1102, or by visiting www.clhscadets.com and clicking on the “About” tab, then the “Uniforms” link.
Q. What school supplies should I purchase?
A. You will need a TI84 calculator and an iPad 2 16-gig wi-fi (or better). The Apple Care Plus warranty is recommended with the iPad. You will be given a list of any other supplies needed by each teacher during the first day of classes.
Q. When do I receive my books?
A. You will receive the books you need for the first semester at registration.
Q. When will I have my locker?
A. Lockers are assigned at registration.
Q. When and what is Freshman Orientation?
A. At Freshman Orientation, incoming Concordia freshmen meet each other and their teachers, find their classrooms, and follow an abbreviated class schedule. This year’s orientation will be held from 8 a.m. until noon on Monday, August 13 at the high school.
Q. How can I keep up on my academic progress?
A. Concordia uses an online program called RenWeb to track academic progress. You will receive a RenWeb login and password at registration. To access RenWeb, visit www.clhscadets.com and click on the “ParentWeb” link at the bottom of the page.
Q. What is the school lunch program?
A. A hot lunch with salad bar option is available for $3.50 each day in the cafeteria. Students are not permitted to leave school during the lunch period.
Q. What is the SCRIP program? When and where can I make SCRIP purchases?
A. SCRIP is a gift certificate, the very same certificate that is issued and guaranteed by the grocery, restaurant, gas or retail stores that you may shop at every day. Buy and use SCRIP to purchase expense items like food, gas, clothing and other essentials, or for entertainment and travel purposes.
With every purchase you make, a percent of the profit generated from your purchase is credited to your family account. You can use funds in your family account to help pay tuition, or for other CLHS-related expenses.
SCRIP will be available for purchase at registration. Once school has started, the SCRIP office, located at the Athletic ticket window, will be open each Wednesday and Friday from 2 to 5:30 p.m.
For a list of participating SCRIP partners, click here.