For I know the plans I have for you,” says the Lord, “plans to help you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”
– Jeremiah 29:11

The Londoff Scholarship is meaningful to the faculty and staff of LASE. It was founded by the family of Michael Londoff, a beloved former LASE board member, to honor his son, Blake, who is a 2001 graduate of LASE’s Jeremiah Program (now known as the Learning Center). The scholarship is presented every May to a deserving student during chapel service at the high school.

Pictured from the Londoff Scholarship presentation are Blake Londoff (a Jeremiah graduate from 2001) with this year’s recipient Elizabeth Culligan, current Junior at LHSSC and Jon Bernhardt, LHSSC Principal.

This year’s recipient, Elizabeth Culligan, will be an 11th grade student in the 2016-2017 school year. She has been a goalie on the JV soccer team for the past 2 years.  She was the co-captain of the team but also serves as captain during home games.  Elizabeth is known for being a very polite young lady who works hard and puts out maximum effort.

The goal of the Londoff Scholarship is to “provide hope and a successful future for a LASE student at the high school”. The Learning Center Program at Lutheran High School-St. Charles is a program unique to LASE. In cooperation and partnership with Lutheran High St. Charles the program offers students with disabilities academic support and accommodations, modified curriculum, and life-skills training all in a high school setting. Recipients are chosen based upon grades, school involvement, and personal leadership in the school setting at Lutheran High St. Charles.