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Notes for Prospective Students
- The Christian Faith - Immanuel Lutheran School was established
by a community of believers to spread the faith as taught by Holy
Scripture to children uninitiated in the faith, and to strengthen
the faith of believing children.
The Word of God is a constant
presence in the school; as a regular and daily feature of the life
of the school, prayer, worship, and the proclamation of the Gospel
will frame classroom instruction.
The school considers the Church
of the Unaltered Augsburg Confession to embody the purest
expression of the Gospel, and the school always keeps its mission
and curriculum consonant with the Church's confession of
Academic Instruction - Immanuel Lutheran School's core
curriculum provides for instruction in the liberal arts and
This entails, but is not limited to, literature and
English composition; foreign languages; world, Church and American
history; arithmetic and pre-Algebra; music and fine arts; and the
Each student will be expected to develop an
aptitude in these academic areas.
The school will work with each
student toward achieving mastery in all of these academic areas.
One of the greatest treasures of the Lutheran heritage is its
emphasis upon a rigorous parochial education; Immanuel Lutheran
Church stands within that tradition and seeks to perpetuate it.
Immanuel's parish school has always acknowledged both the intrinsic
merit and usefulness of the liberal arts and sciences.
The study of
these subjects reveals the glory of God to the student, while
enabling the student to glorify God through knowledge, wisdom, and
Christian Character Formation - Immanuel Lutheran School
believes that good deportment completes an education.
To that end,
Immanuel's teachers shall instill in their students an awareness of
the duties of Christian citizenship, especially encouraging
civility and mercy toward one's neighbor.
In addition to requiring
its teachers to lead by example, the School uses Scripture and
literary works to shape the good moral habits of Immanuel's