Christian Education for Life

We help students navigate the rocky high school years.

Our teachers don't just teach, they invest in the lives of their students. We prepare students for college and whatever journey God has planned for their lives.

Christian Education for Life

We educate students not just for college acceptances, but for a meaningful life of learning and serving their Savior in whatever journey God has planned for them. From personal growth in faith huddles to the academic rigor of science courses, from developing skills in athletics to learning to serve each other despite our differences; we understand the challenges high school students face, and we value mentoring students throughout these sometimes rocky years.

Curious what this looks like? Come visit and see for yourself.

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Rocky Mountain Lutheran is an accredited, Christian high school located in the Denver metro area. We provide a college prep curriculum, a five days per week schedule, higher than average college entrance scores, and teachers who value mentoring high school students.

Our mission 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.


Do you have extracurricular programs and activities?

Yes, we offer a variety of programs including Athletics and Arts as well as extracurricular activities such as National Honors Society and Student Government. Students can also participate in their local public school sports teams through a program enabled by CHSAA. Contact us to find out more.

Do you have classes 5 days a week? What are your school hours?

Yes, our classes meet in person Monday through Friday from 8:50am to 3:15pm. Doors open at 7:30am and after school sports and activities typically run from 3:45pm until 5:30pm, with after school supervision until finished.

Are you an accredited high school?

Our school has received exemplary accreditation status with WELSSA, a national accrediting agency under the National CPSA Council for Private School Accreditation.

Does our family need to attend a certain church in order to go to school at RML?

No, students come from a variety of backgrounds -- over the years we've had students from many different churches, denominations, and religious backgrounds.

Do you provide transportation?

With students from over 17 communities in the Denver Metro area, we understand the importance of transportation, and the need to find a solution that works for your family. To find out more about van transportation or carpool options, please contact


School Pictures

Picture Day materials were sent home with students earlier today and can be found by visiting: Please note, you have to set up your purchase online. Picture day is Monday, September 20. The site for ordering online pictures is: Our school code is: 30054301.

Speech and Debate Meeting

We are beginning a new speech and debate program here at Rocky! There will be a informational meeting for all participants who signed up on Wednesday, September 22 from 3:00-3:45 here at school. Participants will meet with the Mrs. Hanel and Mr. Nofftz the program advisors to find out about the program and categories to compete in.

Senior Parent Meeting

The senior parent meeting will be held on Thursday, September 23 at 6:30 p.m. The purpose of this meeting is to share information about graduation. The topics covered include: honors cords, cap and gown order, schedule for graduation day, reserving seats process, and graduation parties. This is an important informational meeting, not only from the high school to parents, but also, from parent to parent.


The cheerleaders will practice tomorrow Saturday, September 18 from 9-12pm at Lord of Life(12021 Northaven Cir, Thornton, CO 80241). Practice will also be held, from 5:30-7:00pm on Wednesday, September 22 at school.

Children’s Theater

Children’s Theater practice will be held on Monday, September 20 from 3:00-4:30pm and Wednesday, September 15 at school from 5:45-7:15pm.


On Monday, September 20 we play at Campion Academy(300 42nd Street SW, Loveland, CO 80537). JV-6:00 & V-7:15pm. *No masks are required.

On Tuesday, September 21 we play at Beth Eden Baptist(2600 Wadsworth Blvd, Wheat Ridge CO 80033). MSB-4, MSA-5, V-6. Admission: $7/adults & $5/students & seniors. Please note the JV game has been canceled. The JV team will not practice on Tuesday. Masks are not required for players but are required for spectators.

On Friday, September 24 we play vs Belleview Christian. MSB-4:00, MSA-5:00, JV-6:00, V-7:00. These games will be played at Vantage Point HS(10900 Huron St, Northglenn, CO 80234). *Masks are required for players and spectators. Admission: $7/adults & $5/students & seniors.


Tonight, Friday, September 17 we play vs the STEAD School at 4:00pm. This game will be played on Field #8 at Dicks Sporting Goods Park(6000 Victory Way, Commerce City, CO 80022).

On Thursday, September 23 we play Denver Academy at 4:00pm. This game will be played on Field #13 at Dicks Sporting Goods Park.

*The soccer team will not have practice on Tuesday, September 21. This will be a day off for the boys to rest.

Senior Field Trip

On Thursday, September 23 the Seniors will be disc golfing for Christian Wellness in the afternoon.

College Recruiter

On Wednesday, September 22 a recruiter from Western Colorado University will be on campus speaking with Junior.

On Friday, September 24 a recruiter from the Army will be on campus visiting with the Juniors and Seniors.

As a private school that desires to keep tuition affordable for families, we are grateful for the support of our nineteen Federation 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.