preparing youth as disciples of Christ
for dedicated service to their Savior
Rocky Mountain Lutheran High School
We are a Christian, accredited
high school located on the northeast side of the metro Denver area in Colorado. We
provide a Bible-based college prep curriculum, higher than average college entrance
scores, a low student-to-teacher ratio, and a five days per week schedule. Also, we
are members of the Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA) for sports and
other extracurriculars. More information about RMLHS can be found in our
We are supported by nineteen Lutheran churches along the Rocky Mountains. Our parent
church body is the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS).
WELS has operated schools since the 1850s and is one of the largest private
educational systems in the United States, including one seminary, two colleges,
two prep schools, twenty-four high schools, over three hundred elementary schools,
and over four hundred preschools.
The mission of Rocky Mountain Lutheran High School (RMLHS) is
to use the Word of God to prepare youth as disciples of Christ
by nurturing their spiritual life and developing their intellectual,
physical, and social skills for dedicated service to their Savior.
10391 Luther Court
(on 104th, just east of Chambers)
Commerce City CO 80022
303/289-4999 (fax) firstname.lastname@example.org
RMLHS Student is named National Merit Semifinalist Rocky Mountain Lutheran High School is proud to announce that one of our seniors, Ethan Brucker, is a National Merit Semifinalist. Congratulations, Ethan! Over 1.6 million United States high school students completed the 2017 PSAT/NMSQT college entrance test, and the top 1% highest scoring entrants in each state are named Semifinalists. Out of the approximately sixteen thousand Semifinalists, fifteen thousand are expected to advance to the Finalist level, to be announced in February 2019. The following Spring, National Merit college scholarship winners will be selected from this group of Finalists. The Lord has richly blessed Ethan — to God be the glory!