Excellent school if you are looking for great academics in a christian environment. Smaller class size was a big draw for us because the student-to-teacher ratio was excellent. Some classes are combined but it does not hold the kids back, in fact it pushes them to do even better. The attention given to each student is a lost art at other schools but not here. The children are treated as individuals and taught to learn not to test well for scores for the score-sake. We had two children attend, one finished 3rd grade and the other kindergarten prior to moving out of state. We are sad our youngest won't experience their elementary education. We have high regard for the educators at this school.
- submitted by a
April 12, 2010
There are too few kids enrolled. The grade school has combination classes, some grades only have one or two students. Lutheran doctrine is taught, which is a concern for me because I'm not Lutheran. The largest problem is that there has not been a principal at the school for over 2 years. We won't be returning to this school for many reasons. Make sure you ask to see their academic testing scores before enrolling, you might change your mind.
- submitted by a
May 22, 2007
This school has an incredible love for the well being of every child. Their focus is on every child exceeding, and providing a comfortable and challenging environment for all. The addition of Spanish, Art and Computer classes in the past year has allowed this school to compete with the larger schools extra curriculum programs.
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school, at home and in their community. We are a national non-profit with offices and programs
in Oakland, Milwaukee, Washington D.C. and Indianapolis.