The Christian faith is intentionally taught to enable students to develop their relationships to God, others, and the world in which they live.
- Preschool through Kindergarten children learn basic Christian concepts in “Jesus Time” to nurture their emerging faith and relationship to Jesus, their Savior.
- As students progress through grades 1‐5, they learn Bible stories from the Old and New Testaments to help them understand and apply God’s Word in their lives. They memorize Bible passages and related expressions of faith.
- Students in Grade 6 learn Bible study skills to more deeply examine God’s Word and how it applies to personal faith and life issues. They, too, memorize Bible passages and related expressions of faith.
- Students in Grades 7‐8 explore how the six main Biblical teachings identified in Luther’s Small Catechism have lifetime applications. They memorize Bible passages and basic catechism teachings.
- While religion is taught intentionally through these described means, it is also integrated throughout the curriculum to reveal God’s hand in all areas of life.