Whole Child Education

Meeting the Needs of the Whole Child

St. Paul Lutheran School strives to guide children in Christian living by nurturing their faith in Christ and educating them for a life of service to God and man. As a result, we are committed to the growth and development of the whole child. Opportunities are provided for students to grow in God’s Word (spiritual), develop their knowledge in core curriculum areas (intellectual), interact with their classmates and teachers (social), learn how to forgive and be forgiven (emotional), engage in physical activities that develop motor skills (physical), and participate in the fine arts of music, drama, and art, increasing their appreciation of the beauty around them (aesthetical).

St. Paul Lutheran School is a partnership of staff and parents.

This partnership in education exists to enable students to find identity, purpose, and power for their life through faith in Christ. By regular study of God's Word, students will live in grace and grow in the knowledge of Jesus Christ as the Son of God and only Savior of the world. St. Paul Lutheran School partners with parents to provide the best possible education for their child. We understand that a life built on a firm Christian foundation will be able to withstand the challenges life offers and provide guidance for the future.

Our Christian educational program will provide experiences so that each child grows spiritualy, aesthetically, emotionally, intellectually, physically, and socially. St. Paul Lutheran School strives to educate the whole child to be a successful and responsible Christian citizen.

As God's children...

  • We center our education in Christ through the study of His word and in the power of the Holy Spirit.
  • We grow with love and care for classmates, parents, teachers, and all mankind as members of God's family as we have opportunity to live and practice the Christian life in this community.
  • We work to develop the unique talents God has given each of us through the study of math, social science, language, arts, physical education, science, computer education, outdoor education, religion, choral and instrumental music, athletics, and programs of remediation and enrichment.
  • We worship weekly on Sunday and at chapel services to praise the Lord from our hearts with voices, choirs, handbells, and instrumental music.
  • We enjoy playing together.
  • We offer extended care before and after the school day.
  • We have a staff of certified Christian teachers who share their faith with students on a daily basis.
  • We have regular and frequent communication with parents through Parent-Teacher conferences, mid-quarter and quarter progress reports, phone calls, emails, and personal contact.