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Admissions: Frequently Asked Questions 
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What is the student dress code?
The student dress code exists to guide students in their dress, to reflect that we are a Christ-centered community, and to create an environment that is appropriate for learning to take place. Lutheran West does not have uniforms, as we believe that the dress code is an opportunity for young adults to learn how to properly represent themselves, our school, and our Christian morals with their appearance. In a nutshell, the dress code requires business casual clothing, with appropriate modesty, neatness, and non-extreme attire. Please see the dress code in its entirety in the Student Handbook.
 
Does Lutheran West offer bus service?
Yes, to and from some areas. To learn more about our bus pickup and dropoff locations, contact Mrs. Kelly Browning, Director of Admissions, at kbrowning@lutheranwest.com or in the Admissions Office at 440-799-8328.
 
How do I apply for tuition assistance?
All applications for admission and for tuition assistance are gathered through a system called TADS. When you apply to Lutheran West, you will also have the opportunity to apply for tuition assistance. 
 
What scholarships are available?
Lutheran West offers merit-based scholarships based on academic and/or arts aptitude. Also available are non-merit-based scholarships, which are given to students who meet certain criteria (i.e. active membership at an Association Church or Partner Church, multiple siblings enrolled, child of a full-time Christian school teacher or pastor).
 
To view a detailed list of current scholarship opportunities, click here
 
What other discounts or tuition credits are available?
Additional financial assistance may be available and is dependent on family need and circumstances. Tuition assistance is allocated by the Admissions Office under the direction of the Principal and Director of Admissions.
 
All applications for admission and for tuition assistance are gathered through a system called TADS. When you apply to Lutheran West, you will also have the opportunity to apply for tuition assistance. 
 
Do you have a question that is not answered above? Contact the Admissions Office at 440-799-8328 or admissions@lutheranwest.com
 
What's the best time of the year to apply?
In order to be considered in the first wave of applications (for both enrollment and tuition assistance), prospective students are encouraged to apply by December 31. Although the bulk of applications completed and received by our Admissions Office by 12/31, applications are accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis throughout the year. 
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