"Our school is best known for our excellent language arts course."
Students enrolled 279
Hours 7:45 AM - 2:45 PM
School leader Mrs. Valorie Wend
Transportation options None
Before school Yes
After school Yes

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14816 Peyton Drive
Chino Hills, CA 91709

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(909) 597-2948
(909) 393-4659
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4 stars
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July 27, 2014
Not sure about the last review as this person is completely wrong about Loving Savior. This school is a gem. They place so much emphasis on education and pouring money into the school, and staying on top of the newest curriculum. In terms of teachers, they are wonderful. As misinformed as the last person was, it is mandatory that the teachers have a credential at this school because I asked. Plus, look at the teacher's profiles. In fact, a lot of the teachers have a master's degree in education, the principal has two master's degrees. These teachers and administration are well educated. My children have excelled at this school. In fact, one of my children is in high school and is doing awesome. He is in the top 2% in his class. This is due to the strong foundation he received at Loving Savior. His English teacher even asked him who his teacher was in junior high since he wrote so well. I would highly recommend this school. It is ran very well, and the principal is wonderful and holds the teachers accountable. I guess you can't please everyone.

- submitted by a parent
July 24, 2014
Loving savior is a horrible school. All they care about is money they don't care about the kids education. My child fell behind in her education lower than the standard public school level. I had to pay thousands in tutoring to get her back on track. The teachers are not very educated. its not a requirement for each teacher to have a teacher's credential so beware you might be paying $800 a month in tuition for this school but it won't benefit your child it would just cause them to fall behind in their education. Not a good 3 years experience for us.

- submitted by a parent
October 24, 2013
The school provides a great education in a small Christian environment. The class sizes are much smaller than public school.

- submitted by a parent
October 17, 2013
Loving Savior is an awesome school. The teachers are wonderful and caring. The principal is very responsive and loves all of the students. She truly is a blessing to the school and makes Loving Savior a top-ranked school.

- submitted by a parent
October 17, 2013
My daughter attended Loving Savior from 1-8th grades. She got an outstanding education, and it has helped her do well in high school too!

- submitted by a parent
October 17, 2013
I have a 2nd Grader that is reading at a 6 Grade level, the Staff is amazing the Teachers are Amazing. Wouldn't send my kids to any other school!

- submitted by a parent
October 17, 2013
If you are looking for a great school look no further. This is such an Amazing school! Great teachers and great students!

- submitted by a community member
October 17, 2013
Awesome school. I've worked as a day care teacher, substitute teacher and now my niece is attending. LOVE this school.

- submitted by a community member
June 26, 2013
My children and I have had nothing but wonderful experiences at this school. Mrs. Wend is the most incredible principal. Not only does she know every child by name she knows many things about each student. The small environment is such a gift for our children. The open door policy allows me to be hands on in their education I speak to their teachers everyday. The parent involvement and the PTA create a wonderful atmosphere. I appreciate all the extras we get at this school.

- submitted by a parent
November 02, 2012
Below average overall. It's a hit and miss depend on what teachers you get. First half of my daughter's pre-school were nice, but then second half, tthey changed teacher, maybe have something to do with school saving money, so whoever is willing to take the lowest salary will teach (something like that). Teachers had the music going while kids suppose to take nap, and when questioned by parents, they said it's good for kids to calm down...(I don't mean classical or hymn music, I mean it's more like fast beat rock....) Director and secretary in the office don't care when brought to their attention....This was couple years ago...I hope things have changed......

- submitted by a parent
October 30, 2012
This school is bad memories for me and my kids. Staff unfriendly to parents and staff don't tell to parents about important policies. Staff and the Director don't greeting and go down to see her parents or students. I've never seen them smiling. Do not want to recommend this school.

- submitted by a parent
October 30, 2012
It's bad school, Director and secretary are not kind. Sometimes they are rude. They don't usually say hello, One day I donated money they were greeting only that time. Teachers are so so.

- submitted by a parent
January 29, 2011
I am a past student of this school. I am currently a senior in high school. I have been very successful academically in high school. I am graduating with a 4.4 G.P.A. Loving Savior completely prepared me for high school, not only academically, but spiritually as well. I would not have been as prepared for high school if I went somewhere other than Loving Savior. My favorite teacher, Mrs. Wend, is now the principal. They could not have made a better choice. She is fair,tough, funny, sports fanatic (one downfall-she is a Cowboy fan) but loving. She is always willing to go the extra mile for all of the students. I know the kids in the classroom miss her, but I know she is better well served as the principal. If you want a school that prepares you for your future, go to Loving Savior. I want to be a surgeon for my career, and I owe my desire and motivation to Loving Savior because they prepared me for my future. The teachers push you to be the best and not settle for mediocre. Go Loving Savior!

- submitted by a community member
August 04, 2010
My son has thrived at this school. The curriculum is unbelievable. We since had to take him out to save money and send him to public. My goodness what a difference that was. All the teachers are great and the principal Mrs. Page, is wonderful. The spiritual environment and the positive teachers and parents, make this a great place to bring your children.

- submitted by a parent
March 24, 2009
Excellent curriculum and great staff. My children have attended here for 5 years and we are very pleased.

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no rating March 16, 2009
Loving Savior of the Hills provides an excellent education for our children as well as a wonderful spiritual foundation . Mrs. Page is a wonderful principal whose door is always open. The parents are very involved in the school, and are always encouraged to become involved. I am very happy with the school and all it has to offer.

- submitted by a parent
no rating February 14, 2009
This is an excellent school. It is obvious that teachers and staff members are there for the purpose of enriching the children's education. They seem to have a 'multi-dimisional approach' to aiding in the development of their students [and sometimes parents too!]. I am very satisfied and confident that I selected a great environment in which my children can grow and learn.

- submitted by a parent
November 28, 2008
We are thrilled with the education our 1st grader is receiving from LSOTH. Several friends and relatives have recently commented on how well she is reading. The teachers are professional, the principal is friendly and approachable, and the campus is beautiful. Representatives from WASC recently visited, and we hope the school will be able to announce its accreditation very soon.

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June 13, 2008
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- submitted by a community member
May 10, 2008
I am a current 8th grader here at Loving Savior. Ever since i first started attending this school i have loved it. I don't absolutely love uniforms but I've grown accustomed to them. L.S. has had a very large impact on me, my study habits, the kind of student i have become, & how i feel socially. This school has helped me grow unlike my prior public school. i love L.S. and encourage more kids to be enrolled here. ~lgfl~

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April 30, 2008
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- submitted by a student
February 09, 2008
I am a student at Loving Savior and I love this school! I have built such great relationships here with the other students. Our teachers are awesome, especially Mrs. Wend and Mrs. Hottinger. They are always pushing us to do our best. Mrs. Wend is my favorite because she's nice and always has something encouraging and funny to say. And Mrs. Rowley's just awesome! Go to Loving Savior or else!

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November 18, 2007
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- submitted by a student
March 25, 2007
I have two children at LS. Overall, we are very satified with the cirriculum and the accomplishments of our Kindergartener. The only negative is that they charge for absolutely everything and they don't provide childcare for times of the year when other private schools with day care do. However, in comparison to other facilities we've looked into, the love and care is exceptional.

- submitted by a parent
February 25, 2007
I am extremely satisfied with Loving Savior. The satff is exceptional and very caring. The children are learning at advanced levels and the teachers make learning fun for the children. Mrs. Oaxaca (kindergarten teacher) is the BEST!

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February 06, 2007
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January 21, 2006
Great Academic programs. Parent involvement highly encouraged.

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July 10, 2005
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June 06, 2005
I have two children currently attending at Loving Savior, one is in preschool and the other one is at Infant -Toddler Center. My oldest child teachers have done a good job and my child has been improving in her socio-cognitive skills. My little one has been taken well and seems very happy in that environment. I do recommend the Infant-Toddler Center and the preschool program at Loving Savior.

- submitted by a parent
May 07, 2005
Our experience with Loving Savior this kindergarten year has been horrible. This school feels like a military school. Children are expected to behave like robots and not think for themselves. My child stepped out of the lunch line accidently and was punished by receiving a card. This school is not accredited and much of the curriculum is not age appropriate. Our stressed out five year old had to write pages and pages of reports. I feel it is ridiculous since they do not know what they are even writing about. A lot of work that should have been covered in class was sent home for the parents to deal with. My child will not be returning in the fall.

- submitted by a parent
May 04, 2005
Our experience with Loving Savior this Kindergarten year has been horrible. This school feels more like a military school than a christian school. Children are expected to behave like robots and not think for themselves. My son literally stepped out of line for lunch and was punished by receiving a card. As far as the academics go- rote memorization is not learning! The curriculum for Kindergarteners is ridiculous. These stressed out five year olds are expected to write pages and pages of reports. Needless to say my child will be attending a fine Chino Hills public school next year!

- submitted by a parent
April 02, 2005
Loving Savior is absolutely outstanding. Small class sizes on a traditional schedule. As for academics, my first grader's class is covering things I didn't until 3rd or 4th grade. The basics are all there, and are grounded in a strong faith-based foundation. Our children are taught that this is still one nation under God, and they learn all about the nation - the first graders know who their President, VP, senators, representatives, state senators, and state assembly people are. Math, science, reading, and even Spanish are there in first grade. Great facility with brand new buildings and wonderful church with a relatively small (200?) close-knit congregation.

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March 10, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
March 04, 2005
My daughter has attended Loving Savior Lutheran School since she was 5 years old. We love the everything about it. She is always excited to get up every morning and go to school. The teachers are very dedicated and hard working. They strive to develop the best academics for each and every student in their class. Our Principal is totaly committed to the teachers, staff, and students. The school offers a wide variety of extracurricular activities. Most parents are highly involved in the school events and helping teachers and staff where and when they need it. My wife and I are extremely happy that we chose Loving Savior Lutheran School.

- submitted by a parent
March 03, 2005
This is our third year here at Loving Savior and we are very happy at Loving Savior. I think that the teachers are warm and caring. The academics are of top quality.

- submitted by a parent
March 01, 2005
I have only delt with the school for a short period of time, but I have to be honest and say the other reviewers appear to be correct. I have found some of the teachers to be rude and uncaring when it comes to dealing with parents, while others were pleasant. To sum it up, with a name like Loving Savior, I can t say I have felt the Love of the Savior there.

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February 24, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
September 02, 2004
Our child attended Loving Savior of the Hills Lutheran Elementary School during 2003-2004, and it was our worst experience ever. The ongoing politics and favoritism to other parents and children were too obvious. The principle allowed a few selected parents to run the school and not the administration. The teachers were not supervised and had a close door policy for 1/2 of the year until frustated parents demanded to be allowed in the classrom. The teahers were rude and confrontational when parents had questions or concerns; this includes the new personnel which adjusted well to the ongoing politics of this school. We witnessed a bias parent/teacher relationship in which decisions about other children and parents were manipulated by certain parents and led to false accusations towards innocent individuals. School policies were violated as well as the health department regulations when children were put to eat on the floor as punishment.

- submitted by a parent
no rating August 10, 2004
My children attended Loving Savior Lutheran School in 2004. During that time I learned the following: There are excessive non refundable fees The school is not accredited The curriculum is comparable to Chino Hills Public Schools There is a high teacher turnover rate There is a high student drop rate The principal has a My Teachers are always right policy There is very restricted parent access to class and class work My children were very unhappy while in attendance

- submitted by a parent
August 10, 2004
My contact with Loving Savior Lutheran School began in 2004. During that time I learned of the following: There are excessive non refundable fees. The school is not accredited. There are non credentialed teachers on staff. The curriculum is comparable to Chino Hills Public Schools. There is a high teacher turnover rate. The principal has a My Teachers are always right policy. There is very restricted parent access to class and class work. My children were very sad and unhappy while in attendance at this school.

- submitted by a parent
June 27, 2004
The school is all about politics and small clicks, it's who you know, not what your child knows. Any concerns are not addressed fairly and you better be ready for backlash.

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Loving Savior Lutheran School
14816 Peyton Drive, Chino Hills, CA  91709
(909) 597-2948
Last modified Loving Savior Lutheran School is a Private school that serves grades K-8
Loving Savior Lutheran School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 46 reviews. Top