This page is dedicated to the “above and beyond” achievements and accomplishments on our LUMENous Campus. We are proud to showcase our many talents.

UA Scholars Award 2017

Taline Markossian and Natalie Dickhaus are the 2017 recipients of the UA Scholars Award.  A big congratulations to both of them. The UA Scholar Award is awarded to the top ten percent of all graduating seniors from Alaska high schools.  It is a $12,000 scholarship to any of the 15 University of Alaska campuses.

Lumen Christi student wins essay scholarship 


The article was published in the Catholic Anchor, July 2015. Please click on the link above to read the article. (Photo credit: Catholic Anchor)

Mrs. Brewer is Lumen’s cutting-edge science teacher

At Lumen we have known for a long time that Mrs. Brewer doesn’t use a ‘cookie cutter’ approach and that means she stays on top of science research. As the recipient of the “Partners in Science” grant from the Murdock Charitable Trust, Mrs. Brewer develops professional research skills which she then brings into our classrooms. Our students – your children – greatly benefit from Mrs. Brewer’s scholarly pursuits and they will be well prepared for college.

061015-Debbra-Brewer-009_FOR_KYou can read the entire article about Mrs. Brewer’s research here:

 Throwing out ‘cookbook science’

Debbra Brewer is working for the summer in UAA virologist Eric Bortz’s lab. Bortz and undergraduate researchers are behind her. (Photo by Ted Kincaid/University of Alaska Anchorage)

 Lumen Christi Senior students take home first, second, and third place in Knights of Columbus Essay Contest


Grace Bernert (First Place), Tori Kruger (Second Place), and  Katherine Brown (Third Place) won the KoC Scholarship Essay Contest and were awarded $1000, $750 and $500 respectively with a check going to their chosen universities. The contest was open to all Senior Students who are members of the St. Benedict’s Parish. The topic of the essay contest was “What are your responsibilities as a Christian?”. Our students did a wonderful job in writing and proved that they are firmly grounded in their Catholic belief and identity. We are very proud of our graduating students.