Lansing Catholic High School, Phase 3 Chapel

Lansing Catholic High School (LCHS) is a highly rated, private, Catholic school in Lansing, MI. LCHS was founded as a result of a merger between Monsignor John A. Gabriels and Monsignor John W. O’Rafferty High Schools in 1970. LCHS is located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Lansing, which serves 32 schools and more than 7,365 elementary and high school students.

WIELAND began construction on Lansing Catholic’s third phase which included chapel and storage additions as well as redone exterior and interior renovations. St. John Paul the Great Chapel is a 4,238 SF addition that provides ample space for the more than 500 students to attend Mass. WIELAND completed the chapel project in March 2015.

“The Chapel has exceeded our expectations and is very beautiful thanks to your planning, dedication and many, many hours of work,” stated then-LCHS President, Thomas P. Maloney. “We truly appreciate your fine leadership, generous time and labor for our new Chapel.”