"Bring Your child up in the training and instruction of the Lord." EPHESIANS 6:4
In a Christ-centered religiously integrated curriculum Lutheran schools meet or exceed state standards for high quality schools. Through National Lutheran Schools Accreditation (NLSA) schools complete a rigorous self-study, are reviewed by a team of peers and implement initiatives that provide a continuing program of excellence for students.
Our schools are mission-minded, and sharing the love of Christ is central to everything we do and say. Our faith is integrated across the curriculum. As a result, many children are baptized, and many families join congregations and become active in the life of the church.
- Know Christ as their Lord and Savior
- Effectively communicate
- Develop in learning
Hope Lutheran's student scholars and staff verbalize the person and work of Christ. They demonstrate knowledge of Scripture, the Lutheran-Christian doctrine, and show forgiveness in their interactions with others. They participate in worship and strive to be good stewards of God's creation.
Hope Lutheran's student scholars express themselves through various modalities, reasoning soundly and critically. They are taught to listen with understanding and empathy. They also articulate ideas clearly, both orally and in writing, using rich language, media, and technology. The students learn to ask questions and engage in discussions to create, inform, defend, or expand knowledge.
Hope Lutheran's student scholars assess, strategize, and create solutions to various challenges while persevering in learning. They demonstrate proficiency in research methodologies, achieve at or above their assessed level, and acquire study skills for independent learning.