We are currently registering students for Kindergarten class (2021-2022). Please join us for our Kindergarten Preview Night on Tuesday, February 9th, 7pm. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for a Zoom invitation. Early applications can also be emailed to email@example.com. Application fee: $50. Kindergarten testing: $35 Register by Wednesday, February 10th-- $100. Register by March 19th---$280. Registrations after March 19th--$360
At Hope Lutheran School, your student is challenged to grow intellectually and spiritually. Our private Christian school offers preschool and K-8 grade programs focused on raising children to be leaders of faith while advancing in their intellectual learning. Through this focus, they will develop lifelong friendships with peers and a lifelong relationship with their God.
Covid-19 can't stop Christmas or the sharing of Christ's love today and through the holidays. We may not be able to gather together to pack Christmas boxes at school, but families can take home a box and fill it with items that will bring joy to children all over the world. Please see the videos to learn more about Operation Christmas Child.
Operation Christmas Child's Mission:
How to Pack Your Box:
Hope Lutheran School (K-8th) begins school on Wednesday, September 9th. Some of our students will learn from home and others will be on campus in small, individual cohorts of 14 or less following every rule in the California Department of Educations's new guidelines for small groups. Our 13-page COVID plan can be found under "MORE" at the top of the page. Give us a call if you'd like to be part of the Hope Family. (626) 335-5315 *140
Here's the link for guidelines releasehopeglendora.orgd on August 25, 2020:
Hope Lutheran School now has a Little Free 📚 Library for all of the community to love and share books. Please stop by and take a book for a child or Adult. You can even donate your old books to our Little Free Library 📚 and share the joy of reading 📖 with someone else. Thank you so very much Jim Friebus for custom making our Library and Karen Johnson for coming up with this idea.