Students excited for ‘real school building’

Dedication slated today for new high school

Principal Eric Ahlers and Dan Dearhoff carry in desks at the New Calvary Lutheran High School on Saturday. The school hopes to begin classes in their permanent home on Dec. 13.

Principal Eric Ahlers and Dan Dearhoff carry in desks at the New Calvary Lutheran High School on Saturday. The school hopes to begin classes in their permanent home on Dec. 13. Photo by Stephen Brooks.

Soon students at Calvary Lutheran High School will have a permanent place to build school pride and identity.

A dedication ceremony will be held at 2 p.m. today (Sunday) on the 23 acres east of the Route B and Tanner Bridge Road intersection. Visitors will have the opportunity to walk through the school.

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The 52 students, 10 faculty and two staff will move from 4,000 square feet to 10,000 square feet Dec. 13.

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