A child centered education.
Senior Kindergarten at Grace is a perfect transition from a play-based learning environment in PK and JK, to a more structured, academic focus in first grade.
In our full-day kindergarten program, children have opportunities for hands-on learning, free-choice play, and interaction with friends and the environment. Our teachers encourage movement, investigation, and observation to develop problem solving skills. They spend one-on-one time with each child to understand their unique academic and social needs and adapt the curriculum to accommodate specific needs and strengths. Senior kindergarteners may also receive individualized reading instruction from our Reading Specialist.
The curriculum includes reading, language arts, science, math, art, and social studies, along with library, physical education, and music class. Students learn of God’s love and plan for each of us through Bible stories, weekly chapel, and participation in songs and prayers.
Even though we live in a highly regarded public school district, we have never regretted the money we give to send our kids to Grace. My husband and I are both teachers ourselves and can’t say enough about having our kids in an environment that is small enough to individualize instruction, tend to their spiritual selves, and encourage their participation in everything from basketball to handbells. I can’t say enough about the top-notch teachers who set high standards while also loving our kids fiercely.Amy, parent
Grace has been an incredible fit for our family. Our three kids attend Grace and have for the past two years. The teachers and staff are incredible. The community is welcoming, tight-knit, and wonderfully supportive. The homework expectations are age-appropriate. The teachers push the students to be their best selves but never to the point of overwhelm. They are devoted to their students.Christina, parent
Grace offers a loving and nurturing school environment for its students. From faith formation and character development to Christian teaching and challenging academics, we really couldn’t ask for a better school for our kids. The extracurriculars are outstanding as well, with music offerings, no-cut sports and after-school enrichment programs. But probably what we enjoy the most is the family-like community that is Grace.Esther, parent
What is Grace Lutheran’s student-teacher ratio?
Our student-teacher ratio is 9:1. Because of this, our teachers have the opportunity to truly know and understand each child, allowing them to build lasting relationships and help develop each child’s gifts and abilities fully.
How can I see the school?
We want you to see the many things our school has to offer. We are scheduling in-person tours by appointment. Contact us to schedule a personal tour.
When should I begin the admissions process?
We begin accepting applications one year prior to the start of the school year in which the new student will be enrolled. It is best to complete the application process as early as possible, as classes fill quickly. Applications, materials and assessments must be completed and returned at least two weeks before the first day of school.
Where do I begin?
The first step is to schedule a tour. Our Director of Enrollment and Marketing will show you around, answer all your questions, and walk you through the admission process.