Ken Kulus

Ken Kulus was born in Omaha, Nebraska. At the age of 2, he moved to Grand Island, Nebraska, where he attended Grand Island Central Catholic High School. Ken moved on to college at the University of NE at Kearney, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Math and Physical Education. He began his career as a teacher of mathematics at Millard West High School, where he coached football and basketball for 8 years. While teaching in Millard, he received his Master of Arts degree in Educational Administration from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. In 2004, Ken moved to Hastings, Nebraska to teach mathematics and be the head boy’s basketball coach. After a year in Hastings, he left for the same position at Papillion-LaVista High School here in Omaha, where he coached and taught for 8 years. Ken joined the staff at Concordia High School in 2013, and currently, serves as a math and physical education instructor and the head boy’s basketball coach.

Ken’s wife Heather also serves as a teacher here at Concordia, and he has three children who attend school within the Concordia Omaha system: Abby, Zac, and Drew. Ken loves to go fishing and hunting, and claims that if he ever wins the lottery he will join the Bassmaster tour seen on ESPN.