Our school is an institution of Christian learning supported by the members of Christ Lutheran Church and St. John's Lutheran Church . Both congregations, during their early history, were concerned about the Christian education of the children in their congregations. The Christian schools they started had been designed to be an efficient agency by which the congregations sought to meet their obligations, in order to teach and train their children, in accordance with the Savior's command written in Matthew 28:19-20: "Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you," and in John 21:15 when Jesus told Peter, "Feed my lambs (children)."
Our school is a place where children can work and live in the presence of God, and under the influence of His Word during every hour of their school day. By this influence and with the Holy Spirit's help, the children will learn to live a life that is God-pleasing and governed by the Word of God. Since they study all subjects in the light of God's Word, the children learn to know their Creator, their Savior from sin, their Sanctifier, and the kind of life they are expected to live while under the power and influence of God. In this way, children are prepared not only for this life and for this world, but especially for the life and world to come as God has prepared it for them.
We pray that the Lord's blessings would rest upon our school and that another generation might be raised up in order to live in the fear and wisdom of the Lord. We also hope that the parents and children will do all they can to reach this important goal.