In obedience to Christ's command to make disciples, at Hope Lutheran School we endeavor to help children know Jesus as their Savior, to serve God and one another in their daily living, and to fully develop and use the abilities God has given them.
Religious Connection, Doctrine, and Practice
Hope Lutheran is a part of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LCMS). The LCMS is a mission-oriented and Bible-based denomination that confesses the historic, orthodox Christian faith in the Triune God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit; a faith built on..., "the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Christ Jesus himself being the cornerstone" (Eph. 2:20). With the Universal Christian Church, the LCMS teaches and responds to the love of the Triune God, who created all that exists; became man to suffer, die, and rise again of the world's redemption; and brings people of faith and new life through His Word and Sacraments. We believe, without reservation, that the Scriptures of the Old and New Testament are the written Word of God and the only rule and norm of faith and practice.
"Bring Your child up in the training and instruction of the Lord."
- Lutheran Schools are loving, caring, and safe.
- Lutheran Schools are thoroughly Christ-centered and Bible-based.
- Lutheran Schools pursue and offer excellence and quality.
- The Lutheran School System reaches over 288,000 students nationwide.
- Over 2,526 preschools, elementary schools, high schools, colleges, universities, and seminaries make up the LCMS schools nationwide.
- 1,100 Early childhood centers and preschools
- 750 Elementary schools
-130 High schools
- 200 International schools
- 10 Universities
-Lutheran school students score higher than the national average on standardized tests.
- Average SAT/ACT scores of students attending Lutheran high schools are above the national average.
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
- Effective communicators
- Developing lifelong learners