Peace Lutheran promotes growth by connecting with students’ parents and families.
- We aim to communicate to parents our dedication, caring, and concern for your child
- We hope to show our joy that you have enrolled your child in our school
- We strive to demonstrate our desire to help your child get a good start in life and in education
- We intend to make clear our program’s goals and curriculum
Our program aims to help children be prepared for all core academic subjects. Children will be taught concepts in math, science, social studies, reading, and language arts. The curriculum is based on our Christian faith, our understanding of child development, current theories in education, and our knowledge of each individual child- his/her interests, needs, abilities, and background. Our curriculum is three-fold, balanced to develop mind, body, and soul. Peace Lutheran will give your child a solid foundation that will last a lifetime – academically and spiritually.
Peace Lutheran School uses the Christ-Light curriculum for Bible lessons and memory verses. Students learn about Jesus through Bible stories, Bible verses, Christian songs, prayer, and devotions. By teaching the Bible through multiple facets, children at Peace Lutheran will discover new light in their life through God’s Word – and will let their light shine in sharing this joy.
Our core subject area curriculum incorporates content from Houghton Mifflin, Saxon, McGraw Hill, Scott Foresman, Superkids, and A Beka.
In Preschool and Kindergarten, specific instructional units include phonics, reading (readiness), numbers, large and small skills, animals, family, health, safety, senses and much more.
Grades 1-8 focus on all subject areas including language arts, math, social studies, science, art, music, and physical education.