It is the policy of Carmel Lutheran Church to award scholarships to disciples of the congregation who pursue the work of our Lord in the areas of preaching, teaching and other ministries of The Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod. Scholarship funds are available to students enrolled in synodical schools. Students who attend the schools of the Concordia University system as well as Valparaiso University will be supported. (The scholarship committee will consider other colleges and universities. In addition, one of the pastors of Carmel Lutheran will interview students attending non-synodical schools to understand the teachings of the school and to understand the student's course of study.)
For more information on applying for a church worker college scholarship, click here.
Located on the south side of Indianapolis, Lutheran High School is owned and operated by the Greater Indianapolis Association for Lutheran Secondary Education, an association of Lutheran congregations (of which Carmel Lutheran is a member) whose purpose is to provide Christian education for the youth of their churches and the community. Lutheran High School is fully accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and High Schools, the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, and the Indiana Department of Education.
Scholarship Funds for disciples at Carmel Lutheran Church are made available on a year-to-year basis and the application is to be submitted by June 1 to the church office. Click here to download the application form.
Scholarship funds are available for Carmel Lutheran families whose children attend one of the area Lutheran Elementary Schools. To download an application form, click here. Forms must be submitted by June 1 to the church office.
Area elementary schools are:
Carmel, IN 46033
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