Orange Lutheran High School is excited to announce the acquisition of 3111 N. Tustin St. in Orange, marking a significant step forward in pursuit of its mission to help students internalize the gospel message of salvation in Christ Jesus.
Below, Dr. Mary Scott, CEO/Executive Director, shares the big news:
Expanding OLu’s footprint has been a long-term goal and a topic of prayer for many, many years. In November 2021, the opportunity arose to purchase an office building just a few miles away from campus that offers the ability to reach more students while enriching the experiences that current students have available to them.
Yesterday evening, the sale of the building closed after an eight-month discovery and escrow process, and Orange Lutheran is now the sole owner of the newly renovated 65,000 square foot property.
Over the coming years, the addition of this property will allow Orange Lutheran to:
In anticipation of questions regarding this purchase and what it means for OLu students and families, we have created an FAQ that will continue to be updated as questions arise. Click here to read additional answers to frequently asked questions. A brief summary includes the following:
We give thanks to God for providing us with this exciting ministry expansion opportunity. We appreciate your continued prayers and support as we further God’s Kingdom through our facilities and learning spaces.
Beth Fitzgerald is Orange Lutheran's Director of Marketing and Communications and proud Orange Lutheran alumna. She holds a BA in Communication Studies from Chapman University and an MA in Organizational Leadership from Concordia University Irvine.View All Articles
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