Salt Lake Lutheran High School is open to all students, grades nine through 12. The religious instruction at the school follows the doctrine of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod. Students are expected to place Jesus Christ at the center of their lives, and realize that being the best student possible is a God-given responsibility. The school offers a liberal arts, college prep education. Salt Lake Lutheran High School is accredited by the Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, and the National Lutheran Schools Accreditation. It meets or exceeds college admissions requirements for most colleges and universities in the United States. College admission rates for its students average 94%. The school offers several college, AP, and honors courses. Beyond the academics, the school offers the following sports: volleyball, baseball, basketball, soccer, golf, and track. Drama, band, choir, and student clubs are also available to students. The school has approximately 100 students, and almost half of them are Lutheran. Student teacher ratio is about 12:1. A non-refundable registration fee is charged. The fee is $525, but if registering early the fee is $400. Financial assistance is available to those who need it. Visit the website for details. A scholarship is offered as well. Tuition discounts are available for members of associated Lutheran church congregations.