Tuition and Affordability

An investment in the future

Lutheran South believes every family desiring a Christian education should have that chance. More than half of our students benefit from over $2.1 million in tuition assistance. 
The tuition for the 2024-25 school year is projected to be $17,350.
Merit-based assistance and association congregation grants are packaged with need-based awards, making for an achievable and affordable financial investment. 
Families with more than one child should not expect to invest the same tuition amount for every child if there is a demonstrated need; rather, every situation is uniquely calculated to make attending Lutheran South a real possibility for siblings.

The Tuition Assistance Program

The online financial assistance application opens on September 15 for the following school year. Priority will be given to families who apply by January 31. Families who apply after that date may receive a reduced award. Financial assistance award letters will be emailed on a rolling basis beginning December 1. Families seeking assistance must complete the application process prior to receiving an award. Scholarships and grants are included in your total financial award package. 

To apply please complete the confidential application process with the link below.  

Lutheran South FACTS Institution ID number: 37394


Lancer Scholarship - A merit-based $5,000 ($1,250 per year) award for incoming freshmen based on a minimum 3.5 GPA, standardized test scores, and recommendation letters. Black & Gold Scholarship - A merit and need-based scholarship up to $30,000 ($7,500 per year) for students with a minimum 3.0 GPA and demonstrated need. All new families are eligible to apply through FACTS.


Association Church Grant - A $4,800 award ($1,200 per year) for students who are members in good standing of a church belonging to the Lutheran High School Association.

Legacy Award
- A $2,000 award ($500 per year) for all students whose parents or grandparents attended Lutheran South, Lutheran North, or Lutheran High School (Central).

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  • Photo of Colleen Oge

    Mrs. Colleen Oge 

    Financial Coordinator
  • Photo of Laura Maschhoff

    Mrs. Laura Maschhoff 

    Admissions Coordinator
  • Photo of Allison Kaufmann

    Mrs. Allison Kaufmann 

    Admissions Coordinator

MOScholars Program

The state of Missouri established a scholarship program in 2021 for students transferring from public school or students with IEPs to receive a scholarship to attend a private, qualified school. The $6,375 is available to students who reside in St. Louis city, St. Louis County, Jefferson County, or St. Charles County.

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