One of the major goals of Saskatchewan education is to teach future generations how to become educated, productive citizens of a liberal democracy. We believe, therefore, the development of the next generation will depend on how well we prepare them both in and out of the classroom. Our belief is based in experiences with students, teachers, and coaches.
Luther College High School believes in education through sport. We have a full athletic program that offers opportunity for a greater percentage of the student population to participate. We are a leader in the community at large in athletic values, receiving an SHSAA service award for our position on sportsmanship and four RHSAA sportsmanship banners for basketball and football. Luther College High School is lucky to have dedicated coaches who not only teach important lessons about sport, but, more importantly, also teach about life.
Coaches try to develop and foster a sense of community in students. Luther’s student-athletes face a world of uncertainty and turmoil. They must be equipped with the skills to deal successfully with these considerable challenges. Luther athletics offers teachers an opportunity to do just that. Students learn lifelong lessons about passion, discipline, selflessness, respect, perspective, courage, leadership, responsibility, resilience and imagination. We believe we have a solemn obligation as educators to offer students quality programs which ensure an equal opportunity to participate and to develop skill level.