Why Choose Faith Lutheran?

As a parent, you want to give your child everything necessary to lead a joyful and productive life. Because your child is a glorious gift from God, a Christ-centered education provides the essential foundation for that joyful and productive life. The Christ-centered education offered at Faith Lutheran School promotes respect for oneself and for others, and fosters personal responsibility. The Faith Lutheran School staff, working together with students’ families, creates an environment that is safe, nurturing, and fun. Children at Faith Lutheran School discover their individual, unique, God-given talents while learning to participate in and contribute to a larger community.

Let the children come to me, and do not stop them, because the kingom of heaven belongs to such as theses. (Matthew 19:14)

For more information about Faith Lutheran School's excellent academic programs, visit Choosing FLS.

Programming includes:
  • First year Preschool - 3 yr. olds (Full and Part Time)
  • Second year Preschool - 4 yr. olds (Full and Part Time)
  • Kindergarten through Seventh Grade (Before and after school care available)
  • Summer Enrichment Program - 3 yr. olds through sixth grade

History of Faith Lutheran School

March 4, 1972, Faith Lutheran Church congregation voted to establish a school for grades one through eight. In the fall of 1975, the school was expanded to include a three day a week nursery school. In 1985, Kids Korner Daycare opened in the old parsonage adjacent to the church. The ungraded primary school closed and Faith Lutheran continued to build its enrollment in preschool and kindergarten. In 1985, Janie Fouch was hired as teacher and director of the school. In 2002, Faith Lutheran Church dedicated the new addition to the school which included a new church Narthex, three upstairs classrooms, and four downstairs classrooms. The school currently serves students preschool through sixth with an enrollment of 120 students. The program includes four preschool classes, kindergarten, combination first and second grade, a third/fourth grade combined class and a combined fifth/sixth/seventh grade middle school program.