Thank you for your interest in our school. We are excited that you are interested in LSA, and we look forward to meeting both you and your family!
We provide a comprehensive college preparatory program that develops each student spiritually, academically, physically, and socially through a sound academic program, challenging athletic competition, and opportunities to minister to others. It is this blend which makes our school unique.
LSA is dedicated to a superior academic experience integrated with a consistent, Christian approach to learning for grades PreK3-12. We welcome and affirm the role and responsibility of our parents as partners in this process, and we welcome Christian parents who seek to put Christ at the center of their lives and desire their children to do the same.
3. Request Recommendations from Teachers. While applying online, you can request to have recommendation form sent to a previous or current teacher. Applicants for grades 6-12 are required to have both an English and Math recommendation. Lower School applicants are required to have only one recommendation form completed. Teachers will be able to their send recommendations directly to LSA through our application software.
4. Register for the ISEE (Independent School Entrance Exam) Learn More >>
All new students applying for admission to Lutheran South Academy in grades 5-12 are required to take the ISEE (Independent School Entrance Exam). Families can register directly on the ISEE website (www.iseetest.org) to take the exam at one of our open test dates. Payment is made directly on line and registration is necessary in order to take the test. Other open test sites throughout Houston are available if you cannot take the test at this time. 2019 LSA test dates are March 30, April 27, June 8, and July 20.
For all levels, these test scores are used as a resource for us to best serve our students. Lutheran South Academy does not base the admission decision solely on the test, but it is one facet taken into consideration in the admission process.
5. Attend an Open House or other admission events
6. Schedule a Tour and/or Shadow Visit
7. Explore our Tuition Assistance Program Learn More >>
8. Participate in Parent-Student Interview
When all of the above steps are completed, you will be contacted to schedule an interview with the principal or director of admissions. Parent(s) and student are required to attend the interview.
You will be notified by the director of admissions concerning admission acceptances.
We are first and foremost a Christ-centered school that is fully committed to excellence.
Director of Admissions & Marketing