Lutheran Central School’s accreditation gets renewed



Lutheran Central School officials recently were notified that the National Lutheran School Accreditation National Commission had renewed the Brownstown school’s accreditation.

The commission met July 30 to 31 in St. Louis, to review the reports of the 147 candidate Lutheran schools that were candidates for accreditation, according to a news release from Lutheran Central Principal Jonathan Sprengel.

Sprenger said he was notified by Clifford Dietrich, the Indiana District’s member of the commission, that the school’s accreditation had been renewed for five years.

 

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