Orlando Lutheran Academy

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Classes available[edit]

  • English (I/II/III/IV/AP),
  • Mathematics (Integrated Math/Algebra I/Geometry/Algebra II/Pre-Calculus/Consumer Math [dealing with check writing, calculating loans, etc.] and AP Calculus)
  • Science (Integrated Science, Anatomy & Physiology, Chemistry, Biology, and Physics)
  • Social Studies (World History/American History/American Government/Economics)
  • Physical Education (Team Sports/Weight Lifting/Life Management)
  • Christian Theology (Old Testament, New Testament, The Synoptic Gospels, and Creation Week/Judgement Day)
  • Art (Clay I/II; Art 2D/3D)
  • Practical Arts (Choir, Band), and Foreign Language (Spanish I/II/III)

Students chose from electives such as: Civil War, Psychology, Christian Apologetics, and Yearbook.

Student opportunity[edit]

Students could participate in a number of extracurricular activities, including: youth group, student choir, praise band, weightlifting, drama, and chapel production. Also, dual-enrollment was offered at Valencia Community College which allowed for students to take part in college classes while earning both a high school graduation credit, and a college credit.


Orlando Lutheran Academy was a fully accredited school as recognized by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), the Commission on International and Trans-Regional Accreditation (CITA), the Association of Independent Schools of Florida (AISF), and the National Lutheran School Accreditation organization (NLSA).

On Sunday, May 23, the school had their farewell party as a dedication to the school and its alumni.

School paper[edit]

The Crusader Communicator was the official weekly school-to-home newsletter of The Orlando Lutheran Academy which was produced by Carl Schuster.

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