WELCOME TO ST.PAUL’S!
Mission Statement: St. Paul’s Lutheran School exists to educate each child in a Christ-centered environment for a life of service to God and man.
We believe that to receive the maximum benefit of St Paul’s educational program, it is imperative that students engage in learning at school, follow through with classroom expectations at home, and carry out all school activities in a respectful manner.
We believe that children have different strengths and weaknesses and develop at different rates. We acknowledge that children have different learning styles and a variety of interests and backgrounds. As such, our teachers strive to understand their students’ diverse talents, providing them with a broad range of learning opportunities through which every child may achieve success and relative growth.
We believe that the parents’ first responsibility is to provide their children with a fundamentally sound Christian education. St Paul’s Lutheran School is a valuable assistant to the parent in this vital work. Parents and school must be mutually supportive partners for the best educational results.
We believe our teachers, who have worked diligently to attain their educational degrees and who have been Called to their vocation in Lutheran education, are to be given the highest regard and respect for their dedication to fulfill our school’s mission. Trusting those to whom we’ve entrusted our children’s care is a vital component of a successful school experience.
We believe that all of us, endowed by our Creator with a body, mind, and soul, should live our lives in response to God’s gifts of grace, forgiveness, and the promise of everlasting life with Him in heaven. Because we are sinful, we need God’s grace which is given freely through faith in Jesus Christ, our Savior. We are assured of His grace and forgiveness as we come to Him, and one another, with a contrite heart. Our children, brought to faith by baptism and God’s Word, will be nurtured as the Holy Spirit works through faithful, meaningful instruction in the Word.