Alumni Challenge: We are STILL Walther

Whether you just graduated recently, or whether you graduated many years ago, you have something in common…and that is Walther!

There are many ways to continue to be a part of the Walther Family, such as:

  • Walther is getting a new paver walkway from Chicago Avenue to the front door!  For a donation of $200 we will engrave your name and class graduation year. ★ ORDER A PAVER NOW★
  • Attend Walther athletic, theatrical, band or choral concerts! You will be supporting the school, Boosters, the students, and have the opportunity to connect with your friends, both old and new! Click here for a schedule of events:____
  • Consider donating monthly to Walthers annual fund. For the price of a cup of coffee at $5, recent graduates will be supporting their alma mater at $60.00 for one year. If you graduated ten years ago, and donated $5 for each year, that’s $50 a month.  And that’s $600 to a school that really needs your help! ★ MAKE A RECURRING DONATION ★
  • Attend a Bronco Benefit! Come meet the current administration and teachers, board members and former classmates. The donations for this event are dedicated to help fund student scholarships.★ INFO COMING SOON ★
  • Participate in Career Day at Walther. Showcase your business and your talents and have conversations with our students about the field you chose to go in to! You might even find a student intern…or someone to mentor, or even a future employee or colleague! ★ INFO COMING SOON ★
  • Legacy Giving: You are never too young to think about the legacy that you want to consider the values that guide you and the legacy you want to leave. That’s why Walther Christian Academy has partnered with Thrivent that can help guide you through your financial strategy. Click here to learn more about Thrivent: ★ INFO COMING SOON ★

In His Name,

Sally A. Ruecking

Director of Advancement

Non-Discrimination Statement

Walther Christian Academy is operated for the purpose of providing Christian Education at the secondary level for the families of Lutheran congregations. However, it admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin, and religion to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin and religion in administration of its educational policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school administered programs.