A Classical Lutheran education is focused on teaching reading, writing, and arithmetic. All subjects are taught with a Christian worldview.
A Christ-Centered Education
Christian education is the foundation of the curriculum we teach. The subjects we teach encourage our students to learn of the wonders of God’s creation, witness His plans for mankind, rejoice in His gifts of music and art, and learn about His love and plan for salvation.
Each school day begins with a chapel service, held in Good Shepherd Lutheran Church’s sanctuary, and with prayer. We encourage family and friends to worship with us.
Phonics prepares students for reading. The English language is based on the recognition of letters and the pronunciation of sounds. Learning to read phonetically enables children to understand the grammatical aspects of the English language.
Half of all English words have a Latin origin. The study of Latin enables children to develop and understand a wider range of vocabulary in the English language. We begin teaching Latin in 3rd grade.
Music education can unlock a child’s ability to think, reason and learn. Studies have shown that children who learn music at a young age become more proficient in other subjects as well. We provide a music experience which includes performing, listening, and learning about important musical works.