KG – Grade 8
21st Century Skills
St. John’s Lutheran School teachers integrate essential 21st Century skills into their classes. These skills include such elements as communication, collaboration, creativity, technology literacy, information literacy, and social skills. Combining a challenging faith-based curriculum with 21st Century skills, St. John’s Lutheran School is able to provide students a well-rounded education. (Learn about our Absenteeism and Truancy Policy.)
Small class sizes
St. John’s Lutheran School provides a safe school environment where smaller class sizes greatly enhance individualized student learning.
Challenging traditional curriculum
Using a traditionally based instructional style in Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies, St. John’s teachers emphasize meeting each child’s needs. Challenging curriculum is utilized to develop high-level thinking skills.
Computer literacy and technology are integrated within each classroom to enhance student learning.
Enriching activities such as art, music instruction and performance opportunities are also offered.
Christian service is an important value that St. John’s works to instill in its student body. St. John’s students participate and support a variety of service and mission projects.
- Students help select a mission project for each trimester. Their chapel offering goes to help support these missions.
- Students have participated in preparing meals for shut-ins, helping to serve breakfast for the homeless, singing at area nursing homes, raking leaves for the elderly, helping with preparing meals for “Feed My Starving Children”.
- Another way students are involved in providing service is by helping out in chapels and church services. This includes such things as ushering or using their talents in music.