At A Glance

Year Established: 1978
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Type of School: Private HS. CO-ED
Grades: 9-12
Total Enrollment: 200
Teacher/Student Ratio: 1:13
Average Class Size: 18
AP Classes: 8
Average SAT Score: 1630/New SAT 1268
College Matriculation: 100%
Accreditation: NCA, AdvancED
Religious Affiliation: Yes


Arizona Lutheran Academy is a Christian high school, serving grades 9-12, centrally located in Phoenix, Arizona. Our school offers a nationally accredited educational program as well as a nationally recognized fine arts program. Our athletes compete in the Arizona Interscholastic Association, and currently hold 2014 and 2015 State titles in boys basketball, 2013 and 2014 boys track, and 2014 girls volleyball, and 2015 All-Girls Stunt in cheer. 

Our Mission

Arizona Lutheran Academy is a committed to serving its federation and community by providing an exceptional education, preserving a Christ-focused school culture, promoting spiritual growth and Christian service, and preparing life-long disciples of Jesus Christ. 


Graduation Requirements

Religion 4, English 4, Social Studies 3, Mathematics 4, Science 3, Fine Arts 0.6, Technical Arts 1.4, Electives 6

Honors Courses

Statistics, U.S. Government, Economics

AP Courses

English Literature and Composition, Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Biology, Environmental Science, European History, Psychology, U.S. History

Dual Credit Offered Through SMCC

Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Computer Information Systems

Sports and Athletics

Cross Country, Football, Volleyball, Cheer, Basketball, Soccer, Wrestling, Golf, Baseball, Softball, Track

Fine Arts

A Cappella Choir, Concert Choir, Concert Band, Pep Band, Theatre, Art, Fine Arts Marquee


National Honor Society, Ambassadors, Mission Club, Hiking Club, Media Club, Theatre, Booster Club (These clubs may be subject to change based on annual participation)

Where Our Graduates Go

Harvard University, Johns Hopkins University, New York University, Stanford University, Brown University, University of Arizona, University of Washington, University of Wisconsin, Arizona State University, California Polytechnic, Concordia University, California State University, Drake University, Drexel University, Miami University, Michigan State University, Temple University, University of Denver, University of Iowa, and more.