Rocky Mountain Lutheran

We are a Christian, accredited high school located on the northeast side of the metro Denver area in Colorado. We provide a Bible-based college prep curriculum, higher than average college entrance scores, a low student-to-teacher ratio, and a five days per week schedule. Also, we are members of the Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA) for sports and other extracurriculars.


We are supported by nineteen Lutheran churches along the Rocky Mountains. Our parent church body is the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS). WELS has operated schools since the 1850s and is one of the largest private educational systems in the United States, including one seminary, two colleges, two prep schools, twenty-four high schools, over three hundred elementary schools, and over four hundred preschools.

 

Our Mission

The mission of Rocky Mountain Lutheran (RML) is to use the Word of God to prepare students as disciples of Christ by nurturing their spiritual life and developing their intellectual, physical, and social skills for dedicated service to their Savior.

 

Contact Us

Rocky Mountain Lutheran
10391 Luther Court
Commerce City CO 80022
303/346-1947
303/289-4999 (fax)
contact@rmlhs.net

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School Pictures
Picture day is Wednesday, September 23. Picture Day materials were sent home with students. Please note, this year you must set up your purchase online. Our school code is 30054301.

Drama
Drama practice will be held on Tuesday, September 22 and Thursday, September 24 from 3:30 to 5:00 pm at school.

Cross Country
The cross country team has a meet on Tuesday, September 22 at D’Evelyn High School (10359 W Nassau Ave, Denver, CO 80235). This meet will be held on their school grounds. The boys run at 4:00 pm and the girls at 4:30 pm. Runners will leave school at 2:30 pm and will return by 6:15 pm. On Friday, September 25 the team has a meet in Estes Park at the Lake Estes Golf Course (690 Big Thompson Ave, Estes Park, CO 80517). The boys run at 10:00 am and the girls at 11:45 am. The runners will leave school at 7:15 am to arrive in time for check-in. Spectators are allowed at both meets and must wear a mask.

COVID Procedures
Upon arriving at school or before taking one of our van transports, students will have their temperature taken, wash their hands, and answer our daily symptom questions. If they have a fever of 100.4 or higher or answer any of the questions with a yes, they will have to return home with their parent and be seen by a doctor. Students will need to wear masks anytime they are in the school building and social distance guidelines will be followed in classrooms and hallways at all times.

Go Eagles!