Immanuel Lutheran School Principal

Dale Wolfgram

Mr. Wolfgram came to Immanuel after 10 years as principal of Lutheran West High School. He attended Concordia University in Seward, NE earning his bachelor’s degree in education with a chemistry major and math minor. He also earned his M.S. in educational administration from Concordia.

Mr. Wolfgram taught chemistry, math, and physics while coaching at Rockford Lutheran High School where he eventually became the principal before departing for Los Angeles in 1991. He served as executive director/principal at Los Angeles Middle-Senior High School for 16 years. He was selected as the Chamber of Commerce member of the year while in California. He was also selected for the prestigious Paul Lange Award given each year to an outstanding Lutheran high school principal. He remains the youngest administrator to be so honored. He participated in the Oxford Roundtable in Oxford, England, the Lutheran schools of Asia tour, and he was a presenter at a church leadership conference in Nakuru, Kenya.

Mr. Wolfgram and his wife Barbara have been married 26 years. Their daughter is a social worker in the Denver area and their son and daughter-in-law are both civil engineers in the Washington DC area.

He enjoys reading, biking, and most sports, especially volleyball. He looks forward to becoming a part of the Immanuel and Giddings community. His greatest joy is in serving the Lord.