Faith Lutheran High School
|This article relies on references to primary sources. (January 2011)|
|Faith Lutheran High School|
|174 McHenry Avenue
Crystal Lake, Illinois
Faith Lutheran High School, commonly referred to as Faith or FLHS, is a private high school located in Crystal Lake, Illinois. It is affiliated with the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod and serves students of McHenry County, Illinois. The school's colors are black and red and its mascot are the Saints.
FLHS was founded in August 2004 with a freshman class of eight students. The first class of ten students graduated in 2008. The school was initially located at St. John's Lutheran Church in Union, Illinois. In January 2006 it moved to the unused Hawthorn school building north of Marengo, Illinois. In 2009 the school again moved to Immanuel Lutheran Church in Crystal Lake, Illinois which provided a location more central to the county.
The school employs a low student-teacher ratio. The school offers classes in theology, science, art, mathematics, physical education, English, social studies, practical skills and the languages of Spanish, Latin, and German.
School Life 
Student Body 
The school has participated worked with the AFS Intercultural Programs to host exchange students from Brazil, Paraguay, China, Panama, Thailand, Germany and South Korea.
FLHS fall sports currently include boy's golf, girl's volleyball, and co-ed cross country. Winter sports on offer are boy's basketball and girl's cheerleading. The Faith Saints also compete in co-ed track and field and boy's volleyball during the spring season.
Student Organizations 
Student Council is a student government that organizes extracurricular programs as well as running fundraisers to help with the school's annual trip to Six Flags Great America. Mission Fellowship is a group dedicated to Christian evangelism. Illinois YMCA Youth and Government allows students to travel to the Illinois State Capitol where students act as delegates to pass mock legislation
- Butts, Jim. "School says farewell to its 1st class". Retrieved 26 February 2012.