Grace Lutheran parents fall into the 90th percentile of satisfaction in Christian Schools nationwide. These are just a small sampling of some of the reasons why they love their child’s school!
What makes Grace a special place for students to grow and learn?
“First and foremost is the Christ-centered education my children receive.
Secondly, it is like a big family at Grace.
Finally, I believe my children are receiving a great education.”
“Christ-centered education, great academics, loving, caring teachers”
“Quality education, small classroom sizes, tutor and helper that has her Master’s Degree, love of our students, Love of Christ, and the integration of Christ in the classroom are reasons to recommend Grace to others.”
—1st Grade Parent
“I feel that my children receive an outstanding education at Grace, but equally important, I feel that they are very save and cared for by their teachers.”
—2nd Grade Parent
“Christian teachers that have love of Jesus and pass this onto their students.
Engaging and challenging curriculum. Friendly!”
—3rd Grade Parent
“Small class sizes, dedicated teachers, parent involvement,
Christian values being taught on a daily basis.”
—4th Grade Parent
“Christian education including morals and values. Small class sizes
(for accountability of student behavior). I trust the staff. High quality education.
My child is doing very well there!”
—5th grade parent
“Small class sizes. Emphasis on the Lutheran faith. Solid education in the core areas. Excellent music program. Inclusive sports program. Great school play.”
—6th Grade Parent
“Teacher dedication, Christ-centered teaching, willingness to help kids and parents. Knowing the cost and having a person willing to work out a payment plan
that is obtainable for a budget. Variety of classes offered.
Good friendships with other students and parents.”
—7th Grade Parent
“Excellent teachers who really care about the children they are in charge of. Children learn God’s Word throughout their years at Grace as well as required subjects, which gives them a firm Christian Foundation to go out into the world we live in.”
—8th Grade Parent