Servant Leadership Team (SLT)

Servant Leadership Team

Let no one despise you for your youth, but set the believers an example in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, in purity. 1 Timothy 4:12


The purpose of the Servant Leadership Team (SLT) is to train students, through theory and practice, in the various aspects of leadership. Those involved in the Crean Lutheran High School Leadership program will have tremendous opportunities to influence the life of their school, community, church, and most importantly, themselves. Leadership is not a responsibility to take lightly.  It requires many skills and the development of those skills is the primary focus of this class. The students involved in SLT are responsible for organizing all pep rallies, school dances, elections, lunchtime activities, and Blue Zone activities.

2017-2018 Class and SLT Officers:
2021 Vice President: Alexandra Roche
  President: Lauren Brajevich
2020 Vice President: Kate Rodebaugh
  President: Julie Koyamatsu
2019 Co-Vice Presidents: Zack Case and Joanie Mahoney
  President: David Jeong
2018 Vice President: Keivan Golchini
  President: Elysse Eaton
SLT Vice President: Christina Baker
        President: Charissa Rikimaru
For a complete list of 2017-2018 Positions: Click Here.
2018-2019 Class and SLT Officers:
2022 Vice President: TBA
President: TBA
2021 Vice President: Lauren Brajevich
President: Gwen Butler

2020 Vice President: Kate Rodebaugh
President: Julie Koyamatsu

2019 Vice President: Dylan Kochan
President: David Jeong
SLT Vice President: Julia Mangum
SLT President: Samantha Kerr
Morning Announcements:
At the beginning of every 2nd block of the day, morning announcements will be broadcasted to our community of Saints. If you have an announcement you would like read, please fill out this request form. We must have your request by 8:45 a.m. to be read the same morning. 
Link Crew:
The transition to high school is a major event in the life of a young person, and yet very few substantial strategies for support exist in most high schools. Numerous studies show that the transition to high school is marked by a period of emotional stress and discomfort for adolescents, often times resulting in a decrease in academic achievement and an increasingly difficult social adjustment. It is this combination of factors that can be the impetus to poor decision making, as well as high risk and self destructive behavior for freshmen.


Crean Lutheran High School has adopted the Link Crew program and will not just stand by and allow this rite of passage to happen to our freshmen. We have, with some strategic and intentional actions, put in place a structure where freshmen get the necessary support to successfully navigate this significant transition and start their high school experience on a positive note.



Have you been accepted into Crean Lutheran High School for next year?
Incoming Freshmen/Transfer Students may apply for the 2018-2019 Servant Leadership Team by Friday, March 23, 2018.
Click here for the application process.