At Orange Lutheran High School, the safety and security of our students are of utmost importance. Our mission is to help students internalize the Gospel message of salvation in Christ Jesus. We are redefining the high school experience by developing healthy, strong, caring people who understand that their identity is in Christ alone and who are strengthened and prepared for a Christian life of purpose, service through vocation, and leadership in a global society. In order to do this, we must have a physically safe environment.
The tragedy that occurred in Parkland, Florida in 2018, and those that have occurred prior, exist as devastating reminders of the embedded evil that sadly infiltrates institutions that should exist as places of safety and refuge. It is our ongoing prayer that we as a nation do more to address this evil and that we remain engaged in the dialogue that surrounds appropriate measures. Here at Orange Lutheran, it is critical that we remain proactively committed being appropriately trained, staffed, resourced, and secure.
Orange Lutheran continues to closely monitor the evolving situation related to COVID-19 (coronavirus) and evaluate the outbreak’s impact on both the school and the community at large in accordance with recommendations from local, state, and national government organizations and health agencies. The health and safety of all members of our community are, as always, of the utmost importance.