With college on the horizon, you want to be sure your child has a positive middle and high school experience. You want to see them grow, and not just academically. You also want to be sure they’re being influenced in constructive ways, by a supportive community whose values align with yours.
We are LuHi, a private Christian college preparatory school on Long Island with the goal of empowering every member of our close-knit community to achieve and grow personally, academically, and spiritually. With class sizes that average around 18 students, our dedicated teachers are able to really get to know their students, helping them identify and excel in their interests, passions, and talents.
Rigorous College Prep for Grades 6-12
LuHi’s Middle School (grades 6-8) and High School (grades 9-12) programs offer students challenging academics and engaging electives that prepare them for college and careers.
LuHi’s curriculum, community, and culture keep Christ at the center, with students and teachers who put values — kindness, compassion, and integrity — into action.
A Skill Set for the Real World
LuHi students are confident leaders and communicators who are able to acquire, connect, and apply knowledge to complex problem-solving.
Opportunities for Individual Interests
Your child will grow their interests and skills with opportunities through athletics, extracurriculars, students clubs and organizations, performing and visual arts, Beyond Boundaries, campus ministry and service learning, and so much more.
As a parent of two daughters who attended LuHi and went on to become highly successful women, I can say it is so much more than just a school. In addition to its standard of academic excellence, LuHi provides an environment where each student is celebrated for the exceptional person they are. At LuHi, inclusiveness, respect, diversity, and caring for your neighbor are as integral to the curriculum as academic achievement. A LuHi education reaches the heart, mind, soul, and body, and for our family, that education is priceless.”