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Class of 1984 Lutheran High School 35th Reunion

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The 35th Reunion for the class of 1984 was held on Saturday, Nov. 23, and organized and hosted by Danny & Teresa Abrego, Jeanette Franco, and Patricia (Goldsmith) Hope. Danny’s wife is Teresa Villarreal, LHS Class of 1982. The reunion was at the Abrego’s downtown loft just across the street from Minute Maid Park.
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LSA by the Numbers

  • 1:1 Apple MacBook Program for 6th - 12th grades
  • 1 God We Serve
  • 35 hours of Dual Credit available
  • 99% of 2017 Graduates Attend College
  • 13 AP courses
  • 11:1 student faculty ratio
  • 750+ enrolled in PreK-12th grade
  • 52% of Faculty members have Advanced Degrees

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Lutheran South Academy is a fully accredited college preparatory school that serves over 820 students and their families from the Baytown, Clear Lake, Friendswood, Galveston, League City, Pasadena, and Pearland areas.  

The original Lutheran High School of Houston was founded in 1949 and was located on Woodridge near the Gulf Freeway. In 1982, the school moved to the South 610 Loop and changed its name to Lutheran South High School. In 1998 the school moved once again to the current location of I-45 and Dixie Farm Road. At this time, the school was renamed Lutheran South Academy to reflect the current grade level offerings .

While the location has changed through the years, the goal of the school has always remained constant. Lutheran South Academy exists to provide a quality Christian education to children.