Just like individuals, each high school can claim to be different. From location to buildings each school can claim an element of uniqueness. But look closer. How many are truly different in the areas that are most important to you?
How many can honestly say that their academic focus, their student body, their faculty, and their curriculum are set apart from other high schools? Rocky Mountain Lutheran High School (RMLHS) can.
Why? Because at the very heart of our Gospel-based curriculum, student-centered institution is our desire for excellence in all we do. At RMLHS, you’ll find that we’re all a family sharing a common goal: the pursuit of knowledge and experience while serving our Savior in an environment that is distinctly Christian. We are all moving in the same direction, and this makes for a campus where you won’t be surprised to receive a friendly smile or greeting every time you encounter another student or faculty member.
You can see the difference at RMLHS in the eyes of a passionate faculty and enthusiastic student body. You can feel it in an atmosphere of encouragement, excellence, and accountability. And you can live it through the caring relationships and service opportunities found at our school.
To receive more information on enrollment or to schedule a tour, please call our school directly at 303/346-1947.
The Rocky Mountain Lutheran High School (RMLHS) family represents seventeen Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod churches who hold tightly to the inerrant Word of God. The linked statements represent the doctrinal positions that will frame our teaching and decisions at RMLHS.
Rocky Mountain Lutheran High School (RMLHS) is owned and operated by a Federation of Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Churches in the state of Colorado for the purpose of giving a Christ-centered education to the youth of our Federation members. The school also opens it's doors to non-Federation families interested in a comprehensive Christian education for their children.
Prospective freshmen must have satisfactorily completed the eighth grade. An official transcript of the student's academic elementary record is necessary for enrollment. Transfer students also need a current transcript.
While Rocky Mountain Lutheran High School is maintained primarily for students who belong to the RMLHS Federation of congregations, we also recognize the fact that "...God does not show favoritism, but accepts men from every nation who fear Him..." (Acts 10:34-35). Therefore, Rocky Mountain Lutheran High School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, scholarships and loan programs, and athletic and other school administered programs.
average composite ACT score for each graduation class at RMLHS; compare to the annual national average of about 21 and the annual state average of about 20
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The cost of educating a student at RMLHS is approximately $10,600 per year. However, Federation students pay $6995 and non-Federation students pay $7995 per year for tuition. The remainder of the tuition cost is subsidized by RMLHS Federation congregations and private individuals. Tuition payments can be made annually, semi-annually, or monthly through our tuition management company. A discount is given if tuition is paid in full at registration or if tuition is paid semi-annually.
A non-refundable application fee of $125 must accompany each new student application to reserve a student space. FACTS, our tuition management company, charges an enrollment fee of about $45 per year. There are no extra textbook fees; these fees are included in the tuition. Yearbook fee is $50 per student per year, and Eagle Choir is $200 annually. Football has a $300 sports fee each season, and cheerleading is $225 annually ($125 if returning); fees for all other sports are $150 per season.
At the present time, we do not offer dormitory housing. We hope to be able to offer this type of housing in the future. Currently our out-of-town students stay with local families. The costs for room and board are $190/month for five days each week (weekends at home), $225/month for two weekends home per month, or $250/month for all seven days each week. Payments begin in August and end in May.