Mission and Values

Our Mission:

St. Paul Lutheran Church has established her school to proclaim the Gospel, teach the Holy Scriptures, and provide excellence in Lutheran and Classical education, developing faith, wisdom, eloquence, and virtue for all generations.

Our Values:

  • Teach her students the Word of God and Luther’s Small Catechism.

  • Build up the homes and families of students and members of the congregation to serve God and His church.

  • Provide a mathematics and science curriculum that teaches the order and design of God’s creation.

  • Provide a language curriculum that prepares students to be master communicators and clear thinkers.

  • Provide a fine arts and music curriculum that instills the ability to discern beauty and virtue and nurtures God-given talents.

  • Provide daily and purposeful physical activity to discipline the body and mind.

An Education for All Children

St. Paul Lutheran School offers a foundational education in the core disciplines and humanities: reading, writing, mathematics, science, geography, history, literature, music, and art. Physical education is also an important part of our curriculum. We have high academic standards that seek to promote excellence and achievement from all our students, but we are not an elitist school only for the gifted and advanced learner. We believe that all children can learn, especially when challenged and motivated by specific knowledge, high expectations, exceptional teachers, and the discipline and support of parents. Our low teacher-to-student ratio makes St. Paul Lutheran School an ideal setting for children with varying degrees of ability.

St. Paul Lutheran School does not discriminate against any student on the basis of sex, race, or ethnic background. Enrollment is not limited to Lutherans, but matters of faith will be taught exclusively in accord with the Scriptures and the Book of Concord. Because of limited class size and with regard for church whose members are investing their monies and time in this school, priority for enrollment will be given first to families who are members of St. Paul Lutheran Church. Enrollment is then open to the general public on a first-come-first-served basis.